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Although he makes a compelling case for his immuring and immured tonics of A-flat and D, the conflicting interpretations among analyists that argue for a primary tonic of A-flat, D minor, or A minor in the first movement might make a reader question whether a primary tonic can be established and whether it is even important to establish one.
Once again, we see a wounded Knightley, whose reaction to his beloved's supposed attachment can only be "silence" and immuring himself in isolation in "the coolness and solitude of Donwell Abbey" (351).