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I believe that Jane Austen was way ahead of her time in a literary sense when Scrivere her novels, especially "Sense and Sensibility." After Leggere the book and seeing the movie a billion times I have had plenty of opportunities to study and analyze (yes, I'm an analyzer) Elinor, Marianne, and their suitors.

In high school British literature, I chose to do a project on "Sense and Sensibility" and the più i broke the characters down, the più I began to see the differences between Elinor and Marianne and see how much they are a representation of realism and romanticism. (Both would later become...
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"SHIFTING HEIRS AND THE FERRARS ESTATE"

I have been a fan of Jane Austen's 1811 novel, "Sense and Sensibility" ever since I saw Ang Lee's 1995 adaptation. In fact, the 1995 movie initiated my appreciation of Austen's novel and other works. But there is a certain aspect of Austen's tale that has confused me for years. And it has to do with Edward and Robert Ferrars and their family's fortune.

"Sense and Sensibility" told the story of Elinor and Marianne Dashwood - the older two of three sisters that encountered love, heartache and romantic obstacles when their father's death and half-brother's...
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