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Sense and Sensibility
Jane Austen
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Relegated to a small cottage by the death of their aristocratic father, passionate Marianne (sensibility) and practical Elinor (sense) are as vulnerable in love as they are in fortune. Toyed with by unscrupulous men, snubbed by wealthy relatives, the sisters must each learn a little from the other in order to regain their footing.

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Not my favorite of Austen's, but it's still worth the read if you like her writing.
 
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I liked this book. I feel it did pale in comparison to Pride and Prejudice however. I mistakenly read P&P first, therefore making this book a bit less enjoyable. Had I read it before P&P I feel I would have enjoyed it much more. The characters and the story are wonderful and kept my interest throughout the book. I LOVE Jane Austen, this book is truly a work of art in my opinion and absolutely worth reading....just read it BEFORE Pride and Predjudice. :)
 
Nov. 7, 2013
I love this book. Love, love, love, love. Opposites always seem to compliment each other so well, whether it's in books, movies, or TV. And I love how the girls' attributes turn out to be switched at the end. It's clever. Several snarky passages on society, a really well-drawn plot (like seriously...I don't know how you keep all that stuff straight), and a colorful group of characters turned this into a book I couldn't put down. <br/><br/>So yeah, I don't think I have anything bad to say about this book...though reading Austen's novels in succession, you could kind of tell that this was her first one. Still an awesome story. I particularly liked Elinor's character.
 
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I liked this one a lot more than I liked Emma (even after my second reading of said book completed just two days ago). It is, perhaps, unfair to compare the two, since Emma is the wealthiest of all Jane Austen's heroines and the Dashwoods are well off, but not really rich. I found several characters within the book to hate, but (unlike some of the char in Emma) I didn't hate any of the main characters.
 
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