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Mansfield Park is the story of Fanny Price, a young woman taken from her humble home to be brought up with her rich cousins. With their father absent on business her cousins and their mother bathe in the glamour of the visiting Mary Crawford and her brother Henry. Fanny is the only member of the family to have her doubts about the influence of the Crawfords. Throughout the book Fanny, a woman of humble origins, maintains her integrity and morality. Mansfield Park is a subtle examination of social status and morality and is considered by many critics to be one of Jane Austen’s profoundest novels.

Mansfield Park was published in May 1814.

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