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In Verona: Chapter 64 - Part Six



"He felt uneasy to wish his daughter had a more neglectful mother. He couldn't make up for that. He wasn't cut out to be a father at all. He didn't know how to raise a girl to be a lady. He didn't have any wit or greatness to impart. In fact, the best thing he could do for her was try to ensure she wouldn't grow up to be like him."

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Last Update: August 31st
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In Verona: Chapter 64 - Part Five



Testimony was to begin, and Juliette was at the top of her own list of witnesses. After the girl's tiresome husband had his turn, Goneril could pull her to pieces and leave the ruins for Lady Iden to examine. There would be an opportunity for Juliette to be repaired by her husband in between, but Goneril intended to so thoroughly eviscerate her niece that there would be nothing left to fix.

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Last Update: August 23, 2017
Goneril-Facepalm

In Verona: Chapter 64 - Part Four



Goneril still held out hope for Miranda. She could never forget holding her for the first time, never forget looking down at the tiny, perfect example of a Capulet she had created. She had promised that babe the world that was her due as the firstborn of the firstborn. What kind of mother overlooked that obligation? Certainly not the kind Goneril wanted to be. There was still time to make it right.

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Last Update: July 4th
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In Verona: Chapter 64 - Part Three



Fitzwilliam expressed all the indignation of a scholar, packed to bursting as he was with information he believed must contradict such an abuse of law. Of course, there would have been no call for indignation if he did not know that facts could be overcome. Facts were the cornerstones of their argument. If facts were overlooked in this trial, Juliette's cause was doomed.

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Last Update: May 6th
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In Verona: Chapter 64 - Parts One & Two



Cordelia's irredeemably spoiled children were now grasping for control of the family, for power they could never understand, much less wield effectively. Juliette was the least shameful of the three, and that ought to have been rewarded by allowing her to live out her dream of being a brood mare for a low-born prig. She should not have had her head filled with other people's machinations, like a calf fattened before the slaughter.

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Last Update: February 19th

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