Annotations for Granby Passages

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Granby Volume II Page 329-330 "make ample provision, out of your personalty, for your natural son" General Granby cares for Tyrell so why doesn’t he remain silent? “impossibility of sacrificing my brother’s rights” "cruel to bring him up with expectations which much eventually be disappointed" ensures that Tyrell will not be under false pretenses perhaps, finding out the truth of his birth has caused him to fall in to carless behavior (gambling) "fully inform him of his real birth and expectations" "his countenance inflaming as he spoke; 'he shall be taught to curse his parents at the proper age'" Lord Malton becoming “inflamed” – because General Granby not only knows refuses to keep silent about the truth but also imposes conditions on how Lord Malton must raise Tyrell "more conditions to impose" "looking so stern, so sad, so pale with agitation" repetition to reinforce Lord Malton’s mood "no more a visitor at Tedsworth" "felt as a restraint, and should recall unpleasant thoughts"
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course ENGLISH 88M taught by Professor Richstad during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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