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My Writer's Journal

Charley Darwin's Untrue Love

Fanny Owen
The year is 1831, and Charley is preparing to leave on his voyage around the world. He thinks he'll be gone for two years, and he writes a note to Fanny, the girl he loves, expressing his hope that she will not forget him. She writes back: "Wherever I may be and whatever changes may have happen'd, none there will ever be in my opinion of you--so do not, my dear Charles, talk of forgetting."
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