mansfield park.docx - Mansfield Park answer Chapter 7 \u201cEdmund said no more\u2026\u2026\u2026\u2026.how to support herself\u201d Question How did the extract of

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Mansfield Park answer Chapter 7 “Edmund said no more………….how to support herself” Question : How did the extract of Mansfield park show fanny’s view of social mobility? Ans This extract from chapter 7 is when Edmund feels guilty for leaving Fanny neglected for four days, when he saw her sad, lonely and tired. Fanny did not like her social mobility when she moved from Northampton to Mansfield because she was overworked and had no entertainment in Mansfield Park; she was lonely she was entrapped in Mansfield park. Jane Austen shows this through diction, mood, tone and imagery. Fanny was overworked by her ‘unrelated aunts’, fanny’s aunts made her work so much that she called them unrelated aunts. Fanny was worked by Mrs Norris in the heat all day, that gave a headache. This makes Fanny very depressed. The theme of duty is used at this time as Fanny was overworked by her ‘unrelated aunts’, Fanny was expected to work and was not able to go

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