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"It is not by equality of merit that you can be won."

“You are infinitely my superior in merit; all that I know – You have qualities which I had not supposed to exist in such a degree in any human creature.

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Fanny Price as a Student of Shakespeare

Twenty-eighth in a series of posts celebrating 200 years of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. For more details, open Your Invitation to Mansfield Park. 1,649 more words

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Worn Out with Civility at Mansfield Park

Today I am writing about Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park over at Sarah Emsley’s blog. Mine is the twenty-seventh in a series of guest posts celebrating 200 years of… 91 more words

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Worn Out with Civility at Mansfield Park

Twenty-seventh in a series of guest posts celebrating 200 years of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. For more details, open Your Invitation to Mansfield Park… 1,353 more words

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We can't all be Elizabeth Bennet

I have been rereading Pride and Prejudice lately and that has led me to reread other Jane Austen books. Mansfield Park is not my favorite Austen novel – I still get a little wigged about first cousins marrying, although I know it’s legal in most places, etc., and Fanny Price is not as fun as Elizabeth Bennet. 146 more words

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Fanny Price, Mind Reader

Twenty-sixth in a series of guest posts celebrating 200 years of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. For more details, open Your Invitation to Mansfield Park… 1,371 more words

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On Turning Down Marriage Proposals

Twenty-fifth in a series of posts celebrating 200 years of Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park. For more details, open Your Invitation to Mansfield Park. 1,600 more words

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