Everyman Jane Austen Collection eBook Ê Everyman Jane

Everyman Jane Austen Collection [Read] ➯ Everyman Jane Austen Collection Author Jane Austen – Thomashillier.co.uk Contents include the complete texts of the following works Sense and Sensibility Persuasion Northanger Abbey Pride and Prejudice Manfield Park Emma Housed in a softboard slipcase Contents include the complete texts of the following works Sense and Sensibility Persuasion Northanger Abbey Pride and Prejudice Manfield Park Emma Housed in a softboard Everyman Jane PDF \ slipcase.


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  1. Carole (in Canada) Carole (in Canada) says:

    Review for Mansfield Park onlyFor me this is a re read, however, it felt like I was reading it for the first time Now that I amcognizant of Jane Austen and her history, I read it with fresh eyes and actually enjoyed itTo me this is definitely amature view on the vagaries of life Yes, Fanny is definitely not an Elizabeth but she has a depth to her that only Edmund is able to see and at times we do too I don t think Edmund would ever be my favourite male character, but he is Review for Mansfield Park onlyFor me this is a re read, however, it felt like I was reading it for the first time Now that I amcognizant of Jane Austen and her history, I read it with fresh eyes and actually enjoyed itTo me this is definitely amature view on the vagaries of life Yes, Fanny is definitely not an Elizabeth but she has a depth to her that only Edmund is able to see and at times we do too I don t think Edmund would ever be my favourite male character, but he is wiser for his experience at the hands of Mary Crawford I do think this story shows that circumstances in life definitely shape you, but they shouldn t define who you are Jane s knowledge of the greater world around her isat play here in this novel We see discussions on the improvement of estates and the mention of Mr Repton We see a slight mention of slavery but still it is there We see aserious look at the clergy as Mary Crawford disparages it and tries to convince Edmund to give it up Not all clergy are self serving and obsequious as Mr Collins or full of themselves like Mr Elton We also get to see the jealousies and secrets that abound in a family.I am glad I have re read it and it reinforces my belief that Jane Austen was nonpariel in observing life around her


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