Question: English & Literature

How are Dorothea and Aunt Julia similar?

Catherine II was used as an example of how people expand upon stories. The author put forward that she was known to have many lovers, but the actual count of them was less than what people had imagined.

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Dorothea and Aunt Julia are similar because they both choose to marry poor men. The ladies' families believe that Dorothea and Aunt Julia have married beneath them.
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