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Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 19:27:12 -0700 (PDT)
From: david@slack.com (David DiGiacomo)
Subject: (urth) Re: PEACE: Smart

>(B) And then there's the question of Olivia's infidelities. How could Weer,
>a boy, be aware that she was having sex with both Peacock and Macafee, and
>Julius not be? When Weer wrote that "--when she was Mrs. Smart--repent three
>or four times a year of her casual connection with Professor Peacock and her
>occasional nights with Mr. Macafee", did he mean that he was present when
>she confessed to Julius?

This is saying that the repentance took place after her marriage, not the
sex.  I don't see any evidence of infidelity in the passage.


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