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Sense And Sensibility

Jane Austen

Published by Random House India | Language - English | Binding - Paper Back

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About the Book: Sense and Sensibility

A marvellously perceptive portrayal of two young women in love

Sense and Sensibilitys two heroines-so utterly unlike each other-undergo the most violent passions when they are separated from the men they love.What differentiates them, and gives this extraordinary book its complexity and brilliance, is the way each expresses her suffering: Marianne-young, impetuous, ardent-falls into paroxysms of grief when she is rejected by the dashing John Willoughby; while her sister, Elinor-wiser, more sensible, more self-controlled-masks her despair when it appears that Edward Ferrars is to marry the mean-spirited and cunning Lucy Steele. All, of course, ends happily-but not until Elinors sense and Mariannes sensibility have equally worked to reveal the profound emotional life that runs beneath the surface of Austens immaculate art.

About the Author: Jane Austen

Jane Austen (1775-1817) is often regarded as the greatest of English women novelists on the strength of her six completed novels. Noted particularly for their sparkling social comedy and accurate vision of human relationships, they are still as widely read today as they have ever been.

The seventh child of a country parson, Jane Austen was born on 16 December 1775 at Steventon in Hampshire. Her father, the Reverend George Austen, was an intelligent and sensitive man who encouraged Jane in her love of reading. From an early age she was familiar with the works of Henry Fielding, Sir Walter Scott, Richard- son, Frances Burney and the poet George Crabbe. Her early attempts at writing include burlesques of popular romances. When her father retired in 1801 the family moved to Bath, which was later to feature in her novel Northanger Abbey (published posthumously in 1818). After his death in 1805 the family moved first to Southampton and then in 1809 to Chawton in Hampshire, where Jane Austen is known to have written her last three novels, Mansfield Park (1814), Emma (1816) and Persuasion (also published posthumously in 1818). Although her other novels were written considerably earlier, it was not until 1811 that Sense and Sensibility was first published. Pride and Prejudice, which followed in 1813, features Jane Austens own favourite heroine, Elizabeth Bennet.

Surrounded by her lively and affectionate family and wholly immersed in her writing and domestic chores, Jane Austen led a life often noted for its lack of events. She did, however, attract several suitors and even accepted a proposal of marriage from one admirer-only to change her mind the following morning. Jane Austens self-contained life often seems reflected in her novels, which, peopled as they are by impoverished clerical families, eligible country squires, foolish snobs and husband-hunting women, seem to portray the world in miniature. Sir Walter Scott praised Jane Austen for that exquisite touch which renders ordinary commonplace things and characters interesting, while Somerset Maugham claimed that she had at her command the most precious gift a novelist can possess, that of keeping the readers interest. Jane Austen died in 1817.


Book: Sense And Sensibility
ISBN-13: 9780143426998
Product Code EBK0390980
Binding: Paper Back
Publishing Date: 2016-11-01
Publisher: Random House India
Number of Pages: 336
Language: English

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