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When Jane Austen wrote Sense and Sensibility it was this that she had in mind :
Marianne ' s abilities were , in many respects , quite equal to Elinor ' s . She was
sensible and clever , but eager in everything : her sorrows , her joys , could have
It is in the light of this change that we see Jane Austen as a modern novelist as
we do not Scott . The nature of the change may be indicated in a remark Robert
Liddell makes on Miss Compton - Burnett in his A Treatise on the Novel .
215 Clarendon , Earl of , 16 on Jane Austen , 124 - 126 Clarissa , 34 - 35 , 37 - 41
, 43 , 73 Shirley , 214 , 218 - 220 Clark , Sir Kenneth , 89 Jane Eyre , 215 - 218 ,
220 - 221 , 222 Clayhanger Family , The , 358 , 360 , Villette , 220 - 221 , 222 ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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