I recently read a text wherein the female protagonist cried:
'You have no care of my tender feelings!'
The preposition 'of' struck me as unusual. Is it wrong, or merely old fashioned?
I am aware of this post, which explains the familiar usage only and is therefore of little help.
I know that we would normally use 'for', or 'about' and no 'have'. That is precisely what prompted my question. I am not asking for help with rephrasing this. I am asking whether or not this particular usage is wrong. If it is correct, I am very much interested in the implications of using 'of', as well as in any flavour (archaic, regional...).