Sense and Sensibility
Random House, Incorporated, Nov 1, 1995 - 380 pages
Austen's classic tale of two temperamental sisters--Elinor, the practical embodiment of sense, and Marrianne, a free-spirit who loses her sensibility to the scoundrel Willoughby--is now a major motion picture from Columbia starring Emma Thompson and Hugh Grant.
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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