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Does Austen make it possible for you to feel any sympathy for Julia Bertram? A dramatic flair Is Maria’s shadow but Competes with Maria for male attention Gets upset when she does get the part in the play and does not participate Elopes with Mr. Yates Selfish Quick Temper Recovered from henry’s heart break faster than Maria Hates to be in Mansfield She has some untapped potential ‘Mansfield Park’ by Jane Austen was published in 1814, this was her third book. The book explores Fanny Price’s, the protagonist, life from the age of ten in Mansfield Park. Mansfield Park being the luxurious residence of her wealthy relatives, where she is obliged to them to help her climb up the social mobility rank. Julia Bertram is the youngest daughter of her affluent aunt and uncle - Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram. Austen has portrayed Julia as a round character, one that has a dramatic flair, is selfish with a quick temper and above all has a resilient nature. Austen has created the character Julia as such that the readers do feel sympathy for her to a certain extent. The author has

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