Sense and Sensibility

why do the dashwoods think well of edward ?

from the passage "sense and sensibility" by jane austen

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I'm not quite sure where you are in the novel, but he does gains the family's respect (completely) when he forgoes happiness with Elinor, whom he loves, to honor a proposal he made to another girl when he was very, very young. He is the essence of a true gentleman.


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