Jane Austen 's Mansfield Park

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Jane Austen’s Novel, Mansfield Park, published in 1814, has caught the eyes of many readers after being published. It had many different themes that depict different aspects of a society. The focal point of this novel is on a character named Fanny Price, who is conflicted from two different societies. At the beginning of the story, Fanny heads off to live with the Bertrams family. As she is living with the Bertrams, she encounters another family who has different perspectives on life and morals Published in 1814, Jane Austen’s novel Mansfield Park caught the eyes of many readers. This novel focuses on the character Fanny Price. She is faced to experience two opposing societies. From the beginning of the story, she is headed off to live with the Bertrams in Mansfield Park and then she finds herself in an opposing society of the Crawfords. These two opposing societies are shown differently by differing their morals. With seeing how these two different societies differ from each other, makes this novel an interesting reading to see the transition from the Romantic era to the Victorian era. As the story places its focus on Fanny Price who is considered to be the main character, she is considered to be the heroine of Mansfield Park. Fanny Price is the eldest daughter of a mother from a wealthy family but her mother chose to marry for love and is dealing with living in poverty with her siblings. From the young age of 10, Franny is sent to live with her mother 's wealthy sister
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