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Sense and Sensibility (Collins Classics)

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This masterpiece of Jane Austen has been adapted into TV shows and major motion pictures several times. It was penned by Austen under the pseudonym, A Lady. Sense and Sensibility is the story of two gorgeous Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne. It is set in England between 1792 and 1797. Mrs. Dashwood and her three lovely daughters have to leave Norland and move to Barton Park. They have no other choice. Elinor is the eldest of the sisters, who is left lovesick, as she has to live far away from her lover Edward. But the sisters do end up making new friends in Barton Park eventually. Colonel Brandon is a 35 year old bachelor, who is mesmerized by Marianne’s prettiness. Marianne is an impulsive seventeen-year-old, who worships the very existence of romantic idealism. She is captivated by the exceptionally handsome John Willoughby. In the meanwhile, Anne and Lucy Steele come to visit the Dashwoods. The two egocentric sisters tell Elinor that Lucy is covertly engaged to Edward Ferrars. Elinor finds herself inconsolable, but she keeps her misery at guard so that her family isn’t wrecked emotionally even more. Sense and Sensibility describes the profoundest of human emotions intensely.

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This masterpiece of Jane Austen has been adapted into TV shows and major motion pictures several times. It was penned by Austen under the pseudonym, A Lady. Sense and Sensibility is the story of two gorgeous Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne. It is set in England between 1792 and 1797. Mrs. Dashwood and her three lovely daughters have to leave Norland and move to Barton Park. They have no other choice. Elinor is the eldest of the sisters, who is left lovesick, as she has to live far away from her lover Edward. But the sisters do end up making new friends in Barton Park eventually. Colonel Brandon is a 35 year old bachelor, who is mesmerized by Marianne’s prettiness. Marianne is an impulsive seventeen-year-old, who worships the very existence of romantic idealism. She is captivated by the exceptionally handsome John Willoughby. In the meanwhile, Anne and Lucy Steele come to visit the Dashwoods. The two egocentric sisters tell Elinor that Lucy is covertly engaged to Edward Ferrars. Elinor finds herself inconsolable, but she keeps her misery at guard so that her family isn’t wrecked emotionally even more. Sense and Sensibility describes the profoundest of human emotions intensely.
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Title Sense and Sensibility (Collins Classics) Height 3.2
Jane Austen Width 10.8
ISBN-13 9780007350797 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0007350791 Spine Width
Publisher HarperCollins Pages 359
Edition Availability In Stock

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