Raised at Mansfield Park by her rich aunt and uncle, Fanny Price does not have high hopes or great marital prospects.
When the fashionable and exciting siblings Henry and Mary Crawford arrive to stay near Mansfield Park, Fanny and her cousins lives are thrown into disarray with romantic entanglements and personal jealousies.
Published in 1814, Mansfield Park is considered to be the most controversial of Jane Austens novels, as Fanny Price is a less sympathetic character and Fannys family is depicted as coming from a lower social class than is typical in Austens other works.
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