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Summary of Jane Austen’s “Sense and Sensibility”

In this lecture, I discuss Jane Austen’s critique of the possible dangers of romanticism in Sense and Sensibility. Through contrasting Marianne and Elinor, we see the dialectical contrast and development between romantic sensibility and romantic sense in their character progressions and how the story develops and concludes.


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