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Mansfield Park Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Mansfield Park

Mansfield Park is the home of the Bertram family. It is a country estate, one of the premier estates in the area.

The Parsonage

The Parsonage is the home at Mansfield Park where the parson lives. For most of the novel, the Parsonage is occupied by Dr. and Mrs. Grant. Mrs. Grant is the older sister of Henry and Mary Crawford, and the Crawfords often stay with the Grants.

Sotherton

Sotherton is the estate of Mr. Rushworth. It is the scene of Henry Crawford's and Maria's first serious flirtation, and it becomes Maria's home after she marries.

Portsmouth

Portsmouth is the town Fanny grew up in before she went to live at Mansfield Park. She spends several months in Portsmouth after she refuses Mr. Crawford's proposal.

Cross

William Price, Fanny's favorite brother, gives her a cross to wear around her neck while he's out to sea...

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