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Publisher:Plympton, 2016Note: This book was purchased with support from the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program - Disability Component.
Long download timeVoix de: Multiple ReadersPublisher:Crane Library, 2015
Voix de: Karen SavagePublisher:Association for the Blind of Western Australia, 2012
- Author: Austen, JaneContributor: Rugers, ScarlettDate:Created2016Summary:
Fanny Price, is a young girl from a large and relatively poor family, who is taken from them at age 10 to be raised by her rich uncle and aunt, Sir Thomas, a baronet, and Lady Bertram, of Mansfield Park. She had previously lived with her own parents, Lieut. Price and his wife, Frances (Fanny), Lady Bertram's sister. She is the second child and eldest daughter, with 7 siblings born after her. She has a firm attachment to her older brother, William, who at the age of 12 has followed his father into the navy. With so many mouths to feed on a limited income, Fanny's mother is grateful for the opportunity to send Fanny away to live with her fine relatives. At Mansfield Park, Fanny grows up with her four older cousins, Tom Bertram, Edmund Bertram, Maria Bertram and Julia, but is always treated as something of a poor relation. Only Edmund, the second son, shows her real kindness. He is also the most good-natured of the siblings: Maria and Julia are vain and spoiled, while Tom is an irresponsible gambler. Over time, Fanny's gratitude for Edmund's thoughtfulness secretly grows into romantic love. Her other maternal aunt, Mrs. Norris, the local parson's wife, showers attention and affection on her Bertram nieces, particularly Maria, but is frequently unpleasant and mean-spirited toward Fanny.Sujets: England | Adoptees | Children of the rich | Country homes | Cousins | Manners and customs | Uncles | Young womenOriginal Publisher: San Francisco, CA, PlymptonLanguage(s): EnglishISBN: 9781682280935