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Tres tacky! So not only did she insert herself into a married man's life and heart, she now is looking to make money off the love letters he wrote to her. Shameful.
And she turned down his proposal most likely because she didn't want a husband 20 years her senior, not to protect his reputation as a cartoonist.
I can't feel sorry for Schulz or his legacy. It sounds like he was the pursuer, his marriage was already gone, and besides, she waited all this time to make the letters public and auction them--after he's long been dead. What's wrong with that?
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