|Reviews for The Three Sisters|
| A Great Admirer chapter 49 . 1/10
previous summer in Surrey - previous summer, in Surrey
hand bold, looping hand - bold, looping hand
complete disinheriting of her son - complete disinheritance of her son
The marriage of Maria and Domingo comes as somewhat of a shock - and very 'out-of-the-blue' - perhaps predictable, but still very abrupt. Perhaps a paragraph inserted at this point detailing the development of attachment between Maria and Domingo - or a love already present but not here-to-fore acknowledged - through Maria's letters to Sophia? - I think might be more satisfying than the single sentence -'...as indeed they did, four months into their own marriage'.
| A Great Admirer chapter 48 . 1/10
You talk very strangely for a man - You are very forward for a man
much to amuse her there - much to amuse herself there
at the opera, none of it - at the opera - none of it
to think of all this fracas - to sort out the confusion of her thoughts
one glorious sight; Diana - one glorious sight - Diana
despite how callously she had treated him - despite the callousness of her treatment of him
| A Great Admirer chapter 47 . 1/10
horrible for the both of them - horrible for both of them
no, not truly - no, truly I do not blame you; it was only...
proud cut of her eyes - proud look of her eyes
Herrera ladies to bow to her - Herrera ladies to curtsy to her
| A Great Admirer chapter 45 . 1/10
lest anyone see her - lest anyone should see her
dove, ticking Sophia - dove, tickling Sophia
he kindly turned it into a cough - what is 'it'?
| A Great Admirer chapter 44 . 1/9
clanked against the try - clinked against the tray
| A Great Admirer chapter 43 . 1/9
I am going to have to re-read the last few chapters again. Somehow I cannot seem to understand the 'bluff' pulled on Mr. Herrera by the others - blank sheets of paper?
their father's infinitesimal questions - questions as to the minutest details pertaining to ?
Is Sophia going to allow Captain Mayfair to find the real documents? Very confused!
| A Great Admirer chapter 42 . 1/8
was used to hosting - were used to hosting
| A Great Admirer chapter 41 . 1/8
As mine were at least - As mine was at least
Without the confrontation, the text is somewhat disjointed, confusing. I thought that what the sisters were referring to was what happened during Diana's interview with her father, not a subsequent conference with both sisters present.
| Guest chapter 40 . 1/8
As it did then - As it did now.
| Guest chapter 39 . 1/7
(as always) we will - we shall
Mr. Matthew Jamesons' - Mr. Matthew Jameson's
| A Great Admirer chapter 38 . 1/7
that pendant I have you last Christmas - that pendant I gave you last Christmas
carefully in a gold of her skirt - carefully in a fold of her skirt
| A Great Admirer chapter 37 . 1/7
invite me to be a bored Rose - invite me to be a bore Rose
would you allow William and I - would you allow William and me
| A Great Admirer chapter 47 . 1/6
galerie des glaces - galerie de miroirs
| A Great Admirer chapter 36 . 1/6
multicolored class - multicolored glass
obscure its seen - obscure its sheen
I am always too kind to the ladies - too Dickensonian!
escort her one more - escort her once more
| Guest chapter 35 . 1/6
One the match was lit - Once the match was lit
Mrs. Bryce startled - Mrs. Bryce started
had nearly to yell - had nearly to shout