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===Her Parents===
 
===Her Parents===
Rose's relationship with [[Susan MacClare|her mother]] is clearly strained, while h[[Hugh MacClare|er father]] is more understanding. Susan does not approve of Rose's choices in fashion or her behaviour, always responding coldly to Rose's remarks. Rose does appear to love, or at least respect her father, Hugh, not wanting him to know about her affair with Margadale and asking him to stick up for her when Susan disapproves of Rose's dress for a ball, which he does. When Rose decides to marry [[Jack Ross]], she remarks to [[Mary Crawley|Mary]] how she wants to see her mother's face crumble when she announces the news, reaffirming her hatred for Susan. She says to Atticus Aldridge in 1924 that her father is "a darling" whereas her mother is a "nut". The strain in her relationship with her mother is evident when Rose names her daughter in honor of Lady Sinderby and Cora--women with whom she has stronger relationships--over Susan.
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Rose's relationship with [[Susan MacClare|her mother]] is clearly strained, while h[[Hugh MacClare|er father]] is more understanding. Susan does not approve of Rose's choices in fashion or her behaviour, always responding coldly to Rose's remarks. Rose does appear to love, or at least respect her father, Hugh, not wanting him to know about her affair with Margadale and asking him to stick up for her when Susan disapproves of Rose's dress for a ball, which he does. When Rose decides to marry [[Jack Ross]], she remarks to [[Mary Crawley|Mary]] how she wants to see her mother's face crumble when she announces the news, reaffirming her hatred for Susan. She says to Atticus Aldridge in 1924 that her father is "a darling" whereas her mother is a "nut".
 
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===Sam Thawley===
 
===Sam Thawley===

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