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Sense and Sensibility [abridged - Macmillan…

Sense and Sensibility [abridged - Macmillan Readers]

by Jane Austen

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"'Dear, dear Norland, how sad I am to leave you!' Marianne said on their last evening in Norland Park. 'I love every room in this wonderful house! Every tree in the park is beautiful. Shall I ever be happy again?' After the sudden death of her husband, Mrs Dashwood and her daughters, Elinor, Marianne and Margaret, must leave their family home, the beautiful Norland Park. They must move to a small cottage in Devon. There Marianne falls in love with the handsome John Willoughby and Elinor misses Edward Ferrars, the man she had to leave behind." -- back cover.… (more)

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