Mansfield Park (Paperback)
  • Mansfield Park (Paperback)
  • Mansfield Park (Paperback)
  • Mansfield Park (Paperback)
Mansfield Park (Paperback) Mansfield Park (Paperback)

Mansfield Park (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 15/05/2006
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When the gorgeous Henry Crawford and his pretty sister Mary come to Mansfield Park, they've no idea what a disturbance they will cause. There they find the Bertram family, with their beautiful daughters and handsome sons - and Fanny Price. Eighteen-year-old Fanny has grown up in the shadow of her glamorous relations. In fact, no one seems to remember she's there at all, which is why they don't notice that she's gradually been falling in love. But while she hides a secret passion, she has no idea she's become an object of interest herself for another admirer. As a scandal begins to unfold that will have devastating effects on everyone, Fanny discovers that love will blossom in the most unusual of places...

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780755331475

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“A Gentle story full of Interesting Observation”

If your experience of Jane Austen heroines is Elizabeth Bennett then you will find Fanny Price insipid but stick with her. This novel is the transition from Pride and Prejudice to Persuasion. Fanny is the quiet shy... More

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8th December 2010
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“An Austen Fanatic”

At first I had very little that was good to say about Mansfield Park, but as soon as I truly committed myself to the moral, well mannered, but extremely shy character of Fanny Price I could hardly put it down. It is... More

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23rd June 2013
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“So compelling I fell asleep”

I really had to force myself to read this to the end, but it was an experience I wouldn't inflict on anyone. What I do remember of the book - which isn't very vivid, as I often fell asleep reading it - is... More

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16th January 2010
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