Sense And Sensibility (Novel)

Jane Austen

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  • Year: 2015

  • Binding: Hardback

  • Publisher: Global Vision Press

  • ISBN No: 9789380707907

Sense and Sensibility, published in 1811, was Jane Austen's first published novel, which she wrote under the pseudonym "A Lady".
The story is about Elinor and Marianne, two daughters of Mr Dashwood by his second wife. They have a younger sister, Margaret, and an older half-brother named John. When their father dies, the family estate passes to John, and the Dashwood women are left in reduced circumstances. The novel follows the Dashwood sisters to their new home, a cottage on a distant relative's property, where they experience both romance and heartbreak. The contrast between the sisters' characters is eventually resolved as they each find love and lasting happiness. Through the events in the novel, Elinor and Marianne encounter the sense and sensibility of life and  love.

Jane Austen

JANE AUSTEN
Born To George And Cassandra Austen On December 16, 1775, Jane Lived A Quiet Life. Those Days, Women Were Supposed To 'stay At Home' And Not Dream Of Careers, Go Out Of The House, Involve In Politics, Write Novels, Etc. Through Long Talks With Her Brothers Francis And Charles, She Accessed The Outside World Enthusiastically. 
She Started Writing At A Very Young Age Starting With Comic Stories (Juvenilia). She Wrote Her First Novel Lady Susan When She Was Only 19. The Novels That Followed Were Sense And Sensibility (initially Titled Elinor And Marianne), Pride And Prejudice (initially Titled First Impressions), Susan (later Changed To Catherine), Mansfield Park, Emma And Persuasion. Such Were The Times That She Lived In That Not A Single Novel Had Her Name When First Published. Even When Pride And Prejudice Was First Published, The Name Of The Author On The Book Was 'By The Author Of Sense And Sensibility'.
Austen Lived In The 18th Century, And Her Works Mainly Fell In The Genre Of Romantic Fiction. For A Woman Who Had Mostly Learnt From Reading And Hardly Had Any Formal Education, Austen Was A Creative Genius Who Did Not Just Weave Beautiful Realistic Stories But Understood Her Society And The Factors Contributing To It. She Suffered From Addison's Disease, And Breathed Her Last On July 18, 1817.

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