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MANSFIELD PARK NCE PA

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ISBN13:

9780393967913

ISBN10:
0393967913
Format:
Textbook Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/17/1998
Publisher(s):
W W NORTON
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Summary

Through Fanny Price, the heroine of Mansfield Park, Jane Austen views the social mores of her day and contemplates human nature itself. A shy and sweet-tempered girl adopted by wealthy relations, Fanny is an outsider looking in on an unfamiliar, and often inhospitable, world. But Fanny eventually wins the affection of her benefactors, endearing herself to the Bertram family and the reader alike. In her Introduction, Carol Shields writes, [Mansfield Park's] overriding theme is difficult to isolate, since the novel is about everything it touches upon: nurturing, steadfastness, belonging and not belonging, about fine gradations of moral persuasion, about human noise and silence, and about action and stillness.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix(2)
Introduction xi
Jane Austen and Mansfield Park xi(2)
A Note on Money in Austen's Novels xiii(3)
A Note on Austen and the Text of Mansfield Park xvi
The Text of Mansfield Park
1(326)
Map of England
2(1)
Facsimile title page
3(2)
Mansfield Park
5(318)
Textual Notes
323(4)
Contexts
327(86)
Elizabeth Inchbald
Lovers' Vows (1798)
329(46)
Jane Austen
Opinions of Mansfield Park (1814, 1815)
375(4)
Evening Prayer No. I
379(1)
A Companion to the Altar
380(2)
On Family Prayer
380(2)
Humphrey Repton
Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening (1795)
382(4)
From Chapter III. Proper Situations for a House
382(4)
Observations on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening (1803)
386(1)
From Chapter VII. Farm and Park Distinct Objects
386(1)
William Cowper
The Task (1785)
387(4)
From Book I. The Sofa
387(1)
From Book III. The Garden
388(3)
John Gregory
A Father's Legacy to His Daughter (1774)
391(2)
From Conduct and Behaviour
391(2)
From Amusements
393(1)
Mary Wollstonecraft
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792)
393(5)
From Chapter II. The Prevailing Opinion of a Sexual Character Discussed
393(4)
From Chapter III. The Same Subject Continued
397(1)
Thomas Gisborne
An Enquiry into the Duties of Men in the Higher and Middle Classes of Society in Great Britain (1794)
398(3)
From Chapter XI. On the Duties of the Clerical Profession
398(3)
An Enquiry into the Duties of the Female Sex (1797)
401(3)
From Chapter IX. On Amusements in General
401(1)
From Chapter X. On the Employment of Time
402(2)
Hannah More
Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education (1799)
404(2)
From Chapter VI. Filial Obedience Not the Character of the Age
404(2)
Parliamentary Debates (1806)
406(3)
From Abolition of the Slave Trade
406(3)
Thomas Clarkson
From History of the... Abolition of the African Slave Trade... (1808)
409(1)
Elizabeth Inchbald
Remarks on Shakespeare's King Henry VIII (1806-09)
410(3)
Criticism
413(98)
Jan Fergus
Power and Mansfield Park
415(8)
Lionel Trilling
Mansfield Park
423(11)
Alistair Duckworth
Mansfield Park: Jane Austen's Grounds of Being
434(11)
Nina Auerbach
Jane Austen's Dangerous Charm: Feeling as One Ought about Fanny Price
445(13)
Claudia L. Johnson
Mansfield Park: Confusions of Guilt and Revolutions of Mind
458(18)
Joseph Litvak
The Infection of Acting: Theatricals and Theatricality in Mansfield Park
476(14)
Edward Said
Jane Austen and Empire
490(3)
Brian Southam
The Silence of the Bertrams
493(5)
Joseph Lew
"That Abominable Traffic": Mansfield Park and the Dynamics of Slavery
498(13)
Jane Austen: A Chronology 511(2)
Selected Bibliography 513


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