Longbourn Setting

Jo Baker
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Longbourn House

Longbourn is the name of the manor in which the Bennet family and their servants live. It is a small estate outside of the village of Meryton. The bedrooms in the house are not very large but the home overall is always well kept. The main setting within the house in terms of the servants is the kitchen and the scullery, the small storage space beside the kitchen. For scenes involving the Bennet family, a good deal of the actions occur within the Bennets dressing rooms. There is an occasional dialogue within the Bennet library, as Mr. Bennet spends most of his day there. Not much is divulged in the description of the rest of the manor. As the Bennet family are secretly not financially stable and there is no male heir, the estate will be turned over to Mr. Bennet's cousin, Mr. Collins. Mrs. Hill worries...

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