Mansfield Park

Mansfield Park cover artFrom the Classics Series

Mansfield Park
by Jane Austen

with an introduction by Kerry van der Vinne

“My dear Miss Price,” said Miss Crawford, “Selfishness must always be forgiven, because there is no hope of a cure.”

FANNY PRICE has grown up as a “charity child” on her uncle’s estate and in the midst of her mother’s relations. In spite of many snubs, she finds great comfort in her friendship with her cousin Edward… until it threatens to be disrupted by the arrival of charismatic siblings Henry and Mary Crawford. Will Fanny yield to the wishes of her relations in accepting the attentions of Henry or listen to the warnings and promptings of her own heart?

JANE AUSTEN (best known for writing Pride and Prejudice) continues to delight readers with her witty and perceptive take on the role of women and class in late eighteenth century British society. In recent years her novels have been adapted and reinterpreted for film and television many times.

Complete and unabridged.


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Mansfield Park