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Fanny Price is just a child when her aunt and uncle take her to live with them at their mansion in Mansfield Park, rescuing her from a life full of hardship. In this place, she will live a life of leisure and refinement in which the innocent games will feed seductive plans and strategies. This new world hides a dangerous truth in which only Fanny is capable to discern its consequences and threats. Mansfield Park is probably the most complex of Austen’s works, described as a lavish narrative with psychological depth.
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