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'P is able to return Corelli's love with an unconditional love joy she never found with Mandras'
Keen (Pelagia)
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CC: 'Falling in love is shown to make people behave in extravagant, comic and sometimes foolish ways'
Keen
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'The waistcoat divides Pelagia from Mandras and unites her with Corelli'
Found
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Women in CC: 'They become much more independent and break free from the cultural binds that holds them'
Cox
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'All is fair in love and war, Captain Corelli's Mandolin shows nothing is fair in either'
Connelley
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T: 'she's cast out by a morally hypocritical society'
Day
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'Tess is a credible sympathetic creature'
Althenaeum
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'Tess is an emblem of innocence but the world conspires against her'
Day
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'Tess is a seductive object'
Rooney
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'Readers of Tess may at times feel that Tess is responsible for her own suffering as she doesn't seem entirely aware of herself and is not sufficiently careful in her decision making'
unknown
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'Deal with love not as a feeling but with physical desires... which is absolutely against all English traditions of the time'
Schulze
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Keen

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CC: 'Falling in love is shown to make people behave in extravagant, comic and sometimes foolish ways'

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Found

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Cox

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Connelley

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