Sense And Sensibility
Young women who have no economic or political power must attend to the serious business of contriving material security'. Jane Austen's sardonic humour lays bare the stratagems, the hypocrisy and the poignancy inherent in the struggle of two very different sisters to achieve respectability.
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Review: Sense and SensibilityUser Review - Sarah - Goodreads
Meh. Old books usually aren't my cup of tea. Austen did a good job depicting female characters, though, despite the strict gender roles of this time period. All I can say for the ending is deus ex ... Read full review
Review: Sense and SensibilityUser Review - Thomas - Goodreads
My new favorite Jane Austen - Pride and Prejudice still has my favorite romance, but Sense and Sensibility wins in terms of character and plot. I loved the sassy dialogue and the petty drama, the ... Read full review