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Sense and Sensibility

Summary: A review of the novel Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen, a classic work that brings together the issues of the role of women and finding the true meaning behind the title of the work.
Sense and Sensibility

"Sense and Sensibility was the first novel Jane Austen ever wrote to be published" (Gale 1). Although it was quite similar to her other novels in that instead of one hero there are two. "Austen began writing the story in 1795 at the age of twenty one" (Gale 1). After Austen finished the novel her eldest brother who assisted in the publishing of her books was unsure whether to publish the book or not. He thought it would cost more money than would be returned. It turned out that Jane Austen had managed to save some money and managed to help pay for the publishing of the book after convincing her brother that it would sell. Thankfully she did publish the story which is now regarded as a classic bringing together the issues of the role of woman and finding the true meaning behind the title Sense...

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