September 2012
Overland;Spring2012, Issue 208, p40
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights concerning the novels and writing styles of author Jane Austen. The author says that books of Austen are comedies and deals with money or the economic status of the characters. She states the Protestant virtues of Austen's books including modesty, intelligence, and prudence. She comments on several books of Austen including "Pride and Prejudice," "Persuasion," and "Mansfield Park."


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