Elaine, good question. Henry Tilney is the one to come to mind as most like Grandison. Darcy is clearly too proud, Edward and Edmund a little too much chumpsdireynolds21
Thank you for sharing this with us, Diane. As with Burney's Cecilia, to read Grandison is to come upon what feels like the central source for Austen -- atellenmoody
Ann Radcliffe has a real sense of humor, a sardonic wit that is overlooked. What happens with Richardson too is people are so put off by the overt morality (orellenmoody
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