Mansfield Park (Macmillan Popular Classics)

One of Austen’s most complex novels, Mansfield Park has been acclaimed for its depiction of inequality and poverty. Belonging to an
impoverished family, Fanny Price is sent to reside with her wealthy uncle and aunt at age ten. Living amongst people who constantly remind her of the lowliness of her class and circumstance, she grows up to be a diffident young woman, struggling to find acceptance on the basis of her virtues.

Hugely successful upon publication, Mansfield Park has since been adapted frequently on film, stage, radio, and television.

Weight 0.440 kg
Format

Paperback

Pages

416

Author

Jane Austen

Publisher

Pan Macmillan

Series

Macmillan Popular Classics

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