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“Persuasion was written by Jane Austen in the latter...”

Written on: 23/10/2007 by anna0520 (3 reviews written)

Persuasion was written by Jane Austen in the latter months of her short life. This was most likely the reason why Anne Elliot's character is the way it is, which is so very different from Ms. Austen's other, more lively heroines. Anne is a young woman of perfect breeding, integrity and maturity in spite of being born to a bankrupt but proud family. The family, to settle their financial problems discreetly, relocated to Bath and let their country estate to an admiral and his wife… Read Full Review

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“Jane Austen, Persuasion is an unusual novel for Austen...”

Written on: 16/02/2005 by PixieOfDoom (104 reviews written)

Jane Austen, Persuasion is an unusual novel for Austen but definitely one of my favourites. It depicts the tale of a woman convinced to jilt her only suitor, the man she loves, because he is penniless and beneath her station. 27 years later she is still unmarried and he returns from service in the British navy and she finds she still loves him, but he seems less than interested.

It's a beautiful tale told with Austen's wonderful talent for language and fans of Victorian love stories should… Read Full Review

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