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Mansfield Park [abridged]

Mansfield Park is the chronicle of the trials of Fanny Price. Sweet, innocent, sensitive, and thoroughly proper, Fanny is taken from her family and raised by wealthy, but selfish relatives. All her qualities are tested when she becomes the object of the unwanted attentions of an insincere rake.

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  • "Mansfield Park is the chronicle of the trials of Fanny Price. Sweet, innocent, sensitive, and thoroughly proper, Fanny is taken from her family and raised by wealthy, but selfish relatives. All her qualities are tested when she becomes the object of the unwanted attentions of an insincere rake."
  • "Mansfield Park is the chronicle of the trials of Fanny Price. Sweet, innocent, sensitive, and thoroughly proper, Fanny is taken from her family and raised by wealthy, but selfish relatives. All her qualities are tested when she becomes the object of the unwanted attentions of an insincere rake."@en
  • "Ten-year-old Fanny Price, the child of a poor family, is sent to be raised by her wealthy uncle and his wife at their grand country manor, Mansfield Park."@en
  • "Ten-year-old Fanny Price, the child of a poor family, is sent to be raised by her wealthy uncle and his wife at their grand country manor, Mansfield Park."
  • "Mansfield Park is the study of three families: the Bertrams, the Crawfords, and the Prices. At its center is Fanny Price, a poor relation adopted into the family of her rich uncle Thomas Bertram, and condescendingly treated. Only her cousin Edmund, a young clergyman, appreciates her fine qualities, and Fanny falls in love with him. Unfortunately, he is drawn to the shallow and worldly Mary Crawford. Fanny's quiet passivity, steadfast loyalty, and natural goodness are matched against the wit and brilliance of her lovely rival. Jane Austen skillfully uses her characters' emotional relationships to explore the social and moral values by which they attempt to order their lives."@en
  • "Mansfield Park is the study of three families: the Bertrams, the Crawfords, and the Prices. At its center is Fanny Price, a poor relation adopted into the family of her rich uncle Thomas Bertram, and condescendingly treated. Only her cousin Edmund, a young clergyman, appreciates her fine qualities, and Fanny falls in love with him. Unfortunately, he is drawn to the shallow and worldly Mary Crawford. Fanny's quiet passivity, steadfast loyalty, and natural goodness are matched against the wit and brilliance of her lovely rival. Jane Austen skillfully uses her characters' emotional relationships to explore the social and moral values by which they attempt to order their lives."
  • "At the tender age of ten, Fanny Price is 'adopted' by her rich relations and is removed from the povorty of her home in Portsmouth to the opulence of Mansfield Park. The transplantation is not a happy one. Dependent, neglected and forgotten, Fanny struggles to come to terms with her new life until, tested almost to the limits of endurance, she assumes her rightful role."@en
  • "First published in 1814, this novel tells of Sir Thomas Bertram's family of Mansfield Park, consisting of his selfish and indolent wife and his two sons and two daughters. The Bertrams undertake the charge of Fanny Price, a girl of nine, who, comes from a large and impecunious household. Fanny, by her modesty and honest disposition, becomes an indespensable member of the group."
  • "Fanny Price, brought as a child to Mansfield Park, matures into a young woman of modesty, firm principles and a loving heart."@en
  • "At 10, Fanny Price, a poor relation, goes to live at Mansfield Park, the estate of her aunt's husband, Sir Thomas. Clever, studious, and a writer with an ironic imagination and fine moral compass, she becomes especially close to Edmund, Thomas's younger son. Fanny is soon possessed of beauty as well as a keen mind and comes to the attention of a neighbor, Henry Crawford. Thomas promotes this match, but to his displeasure, Fanny has a mind of her own, asking Henry to prove himself worthy. As Edmund courts Henry's sister and as light shines on the link between Thomas's fortunes and New World slavery, Fanny must assess Henry's character and assert her heart as well as her wit."@en
  • ""At the tender age of ten, Fanny Price is 'adopted' by her rich relations"--Container."@en
  • "Een timide en kwetsbaar meisje groeit begin 19e eeuw op bij haar rijke oom."
  • "Hannah Gordon is the narrator with Amanda Root as Fanny Price, Jane Lapotaire as Mrs. Norris and Michael Williams as Sir Thomas Bertram in this full-cast BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of Jane Austen's perceptive study of middle class morals and mores in the nineteenth century."@en
  • "Sweet, innocent, sensitive and thoroughly proper, Fanny Price is taken from her family and raised by wealthy but selfish relatives. All her qualities are tested when she becomes the object of the unwanted attentions of an insincere rake."
  • "When ten-year-old Fanny Price is sent to live with her wealthy uncle in Mansfield Park, she struggles to adapt to the privileged life. Life in the English countryside is shaken up even more, though, when two flirtatious Londoners come to visit Mansfield Park as well."@en
  • "At the age of 9 Fanny Price goes to live with her kind but indifferent aunts and cousins. Her strength of character and resilience enable her to overcome social humiliations and her true worth is appreciated by at least one of her male cousins."
  • "Fanny Price becomes the object of the unwanted attentions of an insincere rake."@en
  • "Read by Juliet Stevenson."
  • "Fanny's arrival at her wealthy relatives' estate creates a conflict of class and virtue."@en
  • "Fanny's arrival at her wealthy relatives' estate creates a conflict of class and virtue."
  • "A novel of satire and romance, about true love and nobility. Chronicles the troubles of Fanny Price, a sweet, innocent, and sensitive girl taken from her family and raised by wealthy but selfish relatives."@en
  • "Mansfield Park is named for the magnificent, idyllic estate that is home to the wealthy Bertram family and a powerful symbol of tradition and stability. When Sir Thomas Bertram decides to bring up his poor niece Fanny with his own children, he introduces into Mansfield Park a strong character of good sense. Fanny is acutely aware of her inferior status, yet she dares to love Edmund Bertram from afar. But with five marriageable young people on the premises, the peace at Mansfield cannot last. Courtships, parties, and intrigues throw the place into turmoil, and Fanny finds herself unwillingly competing with a dazzlingly witty and lovely rival."@en
  • "Jane Austen views the social mores of her day through Fanny Price, a shy and sweet-tempered girl adopted by wealthy relations. An outsider looking in on an unfamiliar and often inhospitable world, Fanny eventually wins the affection of her benefactors, endearing herself to the Bertram family and the audience alike."
  • "When Fanny Price is sent to live with her wealthy relations at Mansfield Park, she seems shy and withdrawn beside her witty and vivacious cousins. As the others become tangled in a web of flirtation and intrigue, it is Fanny whose deep but secret love for Edmund Bertram remains true despite his fascination with her brilliant but frivolous cousin Mary."@en
  • "Fanny Price, a girl from a poor home, is brought up by her wealthy uncle at Mansfield Park. By her modesty and honest disposition, Fanny becomes an indispensable member of the household."@en
  • ""Mansfield Park, the idyllic Bertram family estate, becomes home to a poor young relative, Fanny. In this wealthy world of social accomplishments and flirtations, the sensible Fanny finds herself out of place, yet secretly in love with her cousin, Edmund. Jane Austen employs her unerring wit to brilliantly capture the social and moral values of an English society at a time of great upheaval."--Container."
  • "When timid, ten-year-old Fanny Price is plucked from her large, raucous and somewhat impoverished family in Portsmouth to live with wealthy relatives in Mansfield Park her life is changed for ever. Immediately forming a strong attraction for her cousin Edmund, she develops into a genteel and mature young woman, whose love for him remains undimmed despite the diversion brought into both their lives by the attractive but morally bankrupt Crawfords..."
  • "A young, impoverished woman arrives at her uncle's country estate, and is snubbed by everyone except her cousin, whom she soon grows to love."@en
  • "Sweet, innocent, and thoroughly proper Fanny Price is taken from her family and raised by wealthy, but selfish, relatives. All of Fanny's qualities are tested when she becomes the object of unwanted attentions from an insincere rake."@en
  • "Mansfield Park is the study of three families--the Bertrams, the Crawfords, and the Prices. The story's heroine, Fanny Price, is at its center. She is adopted into the family of her rich uncle Thomas Bertram, and is condescendingly treated as a poor relation by "Aunt Norris." Of her cousins, only Edmund, a young clergyman, appreciates her fine qualities, and she falls in love with him. Unfortunately, however, he is drawn to the shallow and worldly Mary Crawford. Fanny's quiet passivity, steadfast loyalty, and natural goodness are matched against the wit and brilliance of her lovely rival. Jane Austen skillfully uses her characters' emotional relationships to explore the social and moral values by which they attempt to order their lives."@en
  • "Chronicles the troubles of Fanny Price who was taken from her family and raised by wealthy but selfish relatives."@en
  • "When Fanny Price is sent to live with her wealthy relations at Mansfield Park she seems shy and withdrawn beside her witty and vivacious cousins. But Fanny's steadfast and purposeful character makes her an indispensable part of the household. As the others become entangled in a maze of flirtation and intrigue, it is only Fanny whose deep but secret love for Edmund Bertram remains true despite his fascination with her brilliant but frivolous cousin Mary."@en
  • "When she is ten years old, Fanny Price is brought to live with her rich relations at Mansfield Park. Only her cousin Edmund is kind to her and, as she grows up, she finds herself falling in love with him. But when Fanny is eighteen, the arrival of the glamorous Crawfords shakes the foundations of her world."
  • "Young, impoverished Fanny Price arrives at the elegant country estate of her uncle and must struggle for acceptance by her shallow relatives who believe wealth means quality. Set in 18th century England."
  • "At the age of ten, Fanny Price leaves the poverty of her Portsmouth home to be brought up among the family of her wealthy uncle, Sir Thomas Bertram, in the chilly grandeur of Mansfield Park. She gradually falls in love with her cousin Edmund, but when the dazzling and sophisticated Crawfords arrive, and amateur theatricals unleash rivalry and sexual jealousy, Fanny has to fight to retain her independence."@en
  • "The story of Fanny Price, the earnest, gentle girl of humble origins sent to live with Sir Thomas Bertram and his family in Mansfield Park. There she discovers a world of flirtation, betrayal, and prejudice -- but she also finds love. Fanny is often thought of as Austen's most difficult heroine to warm to, but her quiet, serious nature hides a loyal and loving heart, and her patient devotion is ultimately rewarded."

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