Question: English & Literature

What is Casaubon's and Dorothea's relationship like?

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Casaubon and Dorothea's relationship is strained because there is very little communication between the two. Casaubon finds marriage stressful and his new bride worrisome. Dorothea does not have the emotional closeness that she believed that she would have with her husband. Casaubon believes that Dorothea and Ladislaw are conspiring against him.
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