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Winter Book Sale

This month, I went to a book sale at the library. I got several books of art, a few children’s books, a dictionary, and some novels. My library’s book sales are almost certain to offer a few Webster’s dictionaries, which … Continue reading

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Mansfield Park Bicentennial!

On May 9, 1814, Mansfield Park by the “Author of ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice’” was advertised in The Star. It was published in three volumes and sold for 18 shillings. Mansfield Park was the third of Jane … Continue reading

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The East Room

In Mansfield Park by Jane Austen, the East room is the room that the heroine, Fanny Price, artlessly works herself into.1 Her own room, the little white attic, is too small to accommodate her plants and her books, and she … Continue reading

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