By Julie Anne Long
Unique booklet: 2006
SHOCKING! London's belle of the ball, Susannah Makepeace, is the final one who should still by surprise be caught within the sleepy village of Barnstable. on the town, she might by no means have visible a guy swimming bare in a pond. and he or she definitely might have resisted the urge to attract each little bit of him in wonderful aspect! hot! only a few humans understand that Viscount equipment Whitelaw is the simplest undercover agent in His Majesty's mystery carrier. yet his high-flying lifestyles has ultimately banished him from London. to not worry#151;if Susannah's erotic sketches are any indication of her nature, she'll be a scrumptious stand-in for the fun of espionage. SCANDALOUS! while atypical injuries persist with in Susannah's wake, Kit's secret agent senses begin tingling. For what higher secret is there for England's maximum undercover agent than the secrets and techniques of the delectable puzzle that's Susannah?
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Elinor, once alone, runs over the evidence like a lawyer and sees in this summation nothing to comfort her. She must believe. She knows. Yet her mind begins to comfort her, almost at once, with the sort of certainties she rejects when proffered by her mother or by Marianne. 'His [Edward's] affection was all her [Elinor's] own. She could not be deceived in that' (p. 103). Elinor has no better reason to believe this, strictly speaking, than her own sensibility, her wishes, her own love. She cannot argue from her knowledge of Edward, for she has just learned that she really did not know him.
23 Johnson, Jane Austen: Women, Politics and the Novel, 62. xxx Introduction Austen's comic examples: when a visitor in London supposes that Elinor and Marianne must be residing with their brother, Austen mockingly comments that 'the imaginations of other people will carry them away to form wrong judgments of our conduct' (p. 186)— an ironic reproof of the acquaintance's flight in 'imagining' that John Dashwood would show ordinary kindness and hospitality to his orphaned sisters. The friend reasoned on the basis of a probability that is always fictional.
288). Hearts mend; life moves. Flexibility and grace are needed, not hopeless ideal constancy. The knowing sense that sees the inadequacy of human society and the terrible greed evoked by many of its institutions and practices must be tempered by the sensibility that can appreciate the opportunity of loving—even of loving again. M. A. D. NOTE ON THE TEXT Sense and Sensibility, first drafted in epistolary form as Elinor and Marianne, began to take its final shape in November 1797. It was published at the author's expense by Thomas Egerton, Whitehall, in November 1811 (Jane Austen was reading proofs in April 1811; the novel was advertised between 31 October and 28 November).