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Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park - Dent 1923


Title: Mansfield Park
Author: Jane Austen
Publisher: Dent
Publication Date: 1923
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age. The spine is worn and damaed. Stains and markings to the textblock.

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Reader's note

The title Mansfield Park indicates a setting of solid material prosperity; and indeed, Jane Austen introduces almost immediately as her theme a shy homesick little girl transplanted into the chilly air of grandeur, Fanny Price banished from her own dingy over-crowded home to dwell instead with her rich Uncle and Aunt in Northamptonshire. At first a style of living to which she was in no way accustomed can give her no happiness. Later on she grows to love her new home dearly, and is again homesick, but in reverse, longing for the safety of Mansfield Park.