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I think, as Henscher says, that one of the reasons is Lucia’s energy, which sets her apart from most of the other inhabitants of Riseholme and Tilling. But the main reason for my enjoyment, I think, is that I have the great advantage of simply being a spectator. Like the Luciaphiles in London, I can assume an air of superiority and wonder what nonsense she’s going to come up with next.
Most of all, although (in Henscher’s words) the novels contain “hardly one single generous or kind action” and the characters have “hardly one single redeeming quality between them”, we do have one truly fine character in Olga Bracely. Olga could easily expose and possibly destroy Lucia, but she realizes that if she did so she would spoil Lucia’s fun – and by doing that she would obviously spoil life for Mapp and everyone else as well. So if Olga can forgive Lucia, surely I ought to do so as well.
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