Mansfield Park with illustrations Jane Austen

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Mansfield Park with illustrations  by  Jane Austen

Mansfield Park with illustrations by Jane Austen
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When the novel reached a second edition, its publication was taken over by John Murray, who also published its successor, Emma.Mansfield Park is the most controversial and perhaps the least popular of Austens major novels. Regency critics praised the novels wholesome morality, but many modern readers find Fannys timidity and disapproval of the theatricals difficult to sympathise with and reject the idea (made explicit in the final chapter) that she is a better person for the relative privations of her childhood.

Jane Austens own mother thought Fanny insipid, and many other readers have found her priggish and unlikeable. Other critics point out that she is a complex personality, perceptive yet given to wishful thinking and that she shows courage and grows in self-esteem during the latter part of the story.

Austen biographer Claire Tomalin, who is generally rather critical of Fanny, argues that it is in rejecting obedience in favour of the higher dictate of remaining true to her own conscience that Fanny raises to her moment of heroism. But Tomalin reflects the ambivalence that many readers feel towards Fanny when she also writes: More is made of Fanny Prices faith, which gives her the courage to resist what she thinks is wrong- it also makes her intolerant of sinners, whom she is ready to cast aside.The story contains much social satire, targeted particularly at the two aunts.

It is perhaps the most socially realistic Austen novel, with Fannys family of origin, the Prices, coming from a much lower echelon of society than most Austen characters.FEATURES• Includes beautiful artworks and illustrations• Active Table of Contents for an easy navigation within the book• Saves space and don’t have to carry a hard copy around• Offers an easy access and convenience to this classic literary masterpiece for a reasonable price• Gives a lasting entertainment and values for readers of all ages



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