Sense and Sensibility
A wonderfully entertaining tale revolving around two starkly different sisters . . . When their father dies, leaving his entire estate...
- ISBN: 9788172344511
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- Author Jane Austen
- Publisher Fingerprint Publishing
- Binding Paperback
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A wonderfully entertaining tale revolving around two starkly different sisters . . .
When their father dies, leaving his entire estate to his first wifes son, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, along with their youngest sister, and their mother, the second Mrs Dashwood, are left penniless and homeless. A kind and generous relative, however, offers them a small cottage to live in.
As they all try to settle into their new lives, the wild and impulsive Marianne goes through a whirlwind romance with the gallant and impetuous John Willoughby, and the quiet, reserved Elinor develops an affection for Edward Ferrars, the brother-in-law of her half-brother, John Dashwood.
But love is never easy . . . Caught in the trials and tribulations of love, the two sistersone flamboyant and the other reticentlearn about love, happiness, and life as they try to grapple with their new circumstances. This is a moving story about the emotions and feelings of two young girls trying to find their way through life.
- A story about two sisters, both very different from each other, falling in love and struggling to find happiness.
- A simply written satire on English country life of the 18th century.
- Brilliantly written story with universal appeal.
- A wonderfully penned down historical romance.
About the Author
When Elizabeth Bennet meets Fitzwilliam Darcy for the first time at a ball, she writes him off as an arrogant and obnoxious man. He not only acts like an insufferable snob, but she also overhears him rejecting the very idea of asking her for a dance! As life pits them against each other again and again, Darcy begins to fall for Elizabeths wit and intelligence and Elizabeth begins to question her feelings about Darcy. When Darcy saves her youngest sister, Lydia, from a scandal, Elizabeth starts to wonder if her pride has prejudiced her opinion of Darcy.
Through this tale about two warring hearts, Austen weaves a witty satire about life in eighteenth century England. And though it was published more than two centuries ago, Pride and Prejudice continues to enthrall readers to this very day.