anonymous
  • anonymous
Which Jane Austen book gives the most insight of life at her time?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
price and prejudice.. the only book that i have read of j.austen ! so,for me.. it is !
anonymous
  • anonymous
i love that book. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
I love it as well! I am currently reading her first book Sense and Sensibility.

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That's an interesting question . . . a book such as Mansfield Park provides a more sobering look at the plight of a young girl made dependent by a lack of "fortune" (as having any money at your disposal was called then). That was a difficult time to live in for women not born into well-to-do families. A woman's only means of setting up a life for herself then was pretty much marriage. The right marriage meant everything in this case -- not only happiness, but even being spared a life of poverty. It's still that way today in some parts of the world.

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