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Mansfield Park is the third novel byJaneAusten, written between February 1811 and 1813. It waspublished inMay 1814 by Thomas Egerton, who published Jane Austen'stwo earliernovels, Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice.The eventsof the story are put in motion by the marriages of threesisters.Lady Bertram married extremely well to the wealthy baronetSirThomas Bertram, while Mrs. Norris married a clergyman, whowasgiven the living at the local parsonage by Sir Thomas; thisallowsthe Norrises to live comfortably, yet far below the opulenceof theBertrams. The third sister, Mrs. Price, married a navallieutenantwho was shortly afterwards wounded in battle and leftwith a meagerpension, scarcely enough to support their eventualhousehold ofnine children. Mrs. Norris, always wishing to appearvirtuous,proposes that Lady Bertram take one of the children tolive withher at Mansfield Park. They choose the eldest daughterFanny Price,who is the protagonist of the novel.


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