Mansfield Park Volume Ii EasyRead Editio
ReadHowYouWant.com, Nov 1, 2006 - 264 pages
This is a straitlaced novel by the most celebrated novelist. It gives us the story of a poor woman Fanny Price who is sent to live with her aristocratic uncle and aunt. Her life takes a new turn as Henry and his sister visit the neighborhood. The discriminating attitude of the patricians with underprivileged is highlighted in this magnum-opus. The work is rife with gentle satire and mild comedy.
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