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Kristin

Heep's uppance has come! And Aunt Betsy shook him by his collar, so that was satisfying, while Davy did what he always seems to: stands and gapes innocently.

Yes, Dora is oh-so-conveniently dead. Wish fulfillment on the part of Mr. Dickens?

Was there an implication that Emily had a baby that she left with the nice woman who helped her, or were the men just fervently hoping for her fertility?

V

Maybe Mr. Dick and Mr. Micawber could put their friendship to the test and help each other's writing. Funny how Uriah Heep so quickly points the finger at Davy, when he's leaving documents all over the place. I guess this also explains a lot about Australia.

Amy

Kristin, I hadn't thought about that in terms of Emily's baby. Hmmm.

V, poor Australia, amiright?

bethbabbles

I think this section was a new record for the number of times Dora was called a child wife. Blech.

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