EngM98T Week 9 - EngM98T Week 9 Jane Austen Reading Sense...

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EngM98T – Week 9 05/03/2008 13:18:00 Jane Austen Reading: Sense and Sensibility Sense/Feeling – Elinor Sensibility/Rationality – Marianne  As the main heroine, there isn’t only one – does Austen relate to one or the  other?  The older sister – because she’s older because she gets back to reality; maturity The younger sister – the flirt and some sort of a drama queen; relies on her  feelings rather than her head (Marianne wore her heart on her sleeve) The author’s values – Austen is showing the two extremes, where one woman is  completely outgoing and emotional, but the other is “cold” and head strong; Austen  makes a hint that there needs to be a compromise and a middle ground that you should  be in Chapter 7   Marianne is performing on the piano
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