#134 - Enola Holmes (2)
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He tells Miss Harrison that she is “unbroken,” and assures Sherlock that “we need to break her and build her up.” When Enola protests the idea of a Finishing School – having been slapped across the face by Miss Harrison for challenging the idea that she should learn how to use her female form to attract the male gaze – Mycroft argues back.
“You have no hope of making a husband in your current state.”
“I don’t want a husband.”
“And that is another thing you need to have educated out of you.”
For the first time, Enola appeals directly to Sherlock, as the more approachable of the two brothers. She begs him to assume her guardianship in place of Mycroft, but he refuses. He occup...
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