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    Mansfield Park

    by Jane Austen

    Book Description

    Jane Austen’s sparkling and witty novels continue to entrance readers today, as proven by the rapturous reception of the many film and TV adaptations of her works. Here are three of her best: Pride and Prejudice, Austen’s best-loved story; Mansfield Park; and Persuasion, her final novel. Delightfully illustrated with delicate line drawings.

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    The book has its slow parts, but all in all is a very satisfying read.
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    on January 06, 2011
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