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I don't know. I always feel sorry for the second group because they have so much less chance of realizing that they need to rely on God. They are really so much poorer than the first group.


Which makes their faults (though not themselves) all the more repellent, surely?

Yes, but having read the book, I think that she was talking about the people that had the faults, although it's been a while and I might be wrong.


Sorry for the silence. I've been travelling and have had only occasional net access. It's true that Caryll H found found it difficult to relate to the people themselves when those faults were involved. I'm sure she would have agreed in the abstract that they deserved pity, but one gets the impression she couldn't muster the actual feeling.

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