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  • Eduard, by contrast, embodies passionate compulsion, and whilst his excesses and enthusiasms are vivid, and his loving loyalty to Ottilie is impressive, he nevertheless starts to look like a weak man, an instrument of doom.

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  • Ottilie is also making a pitch for the game to also be on console systems such as the Nintendo Wii.

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  • Eduard fell head over heels with Ottilie, and Charlotte fell more cautiously in love with the Captain.

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  • In Elective Affinities that title is sort of shared between Charlotte and Ottilie, with Ottilie winning it really, by the end.

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  • Young, beautiful, profoundly attractive to all around her and terribly unformed when the novel starts, Ottilie finds herself the unwitting catalyst for disaster.

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  • This is all the more surprising when Ottilie represents natural goodness, loving kindness and proper, ethical concern.

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  • Charlotte reluctantly agreed, and finding herself summarily neglected by her husband, she chose to invite her young niece, Ottilie, a beautiful adolescent girl whose poor progress at her boarding school indicated she was better suited to domestic service than education.

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  • "We thought it would be neat to build your own little monster and share this with everybody," says Jamie Ottilie, president of Malibu, Calif. -based Abandon Interactive.

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  • Ottilie took Hertha to suffrage meetings where she met the most significant mentor in her career, Barbara Leigh Smith Bodichon (1827 – 1891), the leader of the Langham Place feminist activists.

    Hertha Ayrton.

  • Ottilie encouraged Hertha to study for the Cambridge University Local Examinations for secondary schools, which had been opened to girls in 1865 after a campaign by Emily Davies and Barbara Bodichon.

    Hertha Ayrton.

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