Jane Austen, one of my favorite writers, began writing as a child, did it for her family. Some of his early works, written since 1790, were published in the book Love and Friendship in 1922.
Her great works include Sense and Sensibility (1811), story of two sisters and their love affairs, Pride and Prejudice (1813), his most famous novel, chronicles the relationships of the five Bennett sisters and their search for a suitable husband; The Northanger Abbey (1818), a satire on the Gothic novels so popular in the late eighteenth century, Mansfield Park (1814), Emma (1816) and Persuasion (1818).
Personally my favorite is Pride and Prejudice, do not know how I laughed with the lifestyle of the mother and how moved me the patience and love of Mr. Bennet. The only novel that I have not got yet is Mansfield Park, is actually a little hard to get, but I’ll keep trying.
But back to my novel in question, I would say that this novel evaluates and analyzes the lifestyle and the rules and laws that are used to in British society in the nineteenth century.
The whole story takes place in an English town and tells the adventures, dreams, loves, qualities, strengths, penalties and how approach life the sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, who live with her mother Mrs. Dashwood and her younger sister, Margaret. After the death of their father the family estate passed to his half-brother John Dashwood, the only male offspring and son from his first marriage, the family is left with almost nothing and moved to a house in the field that provides a relative.
Because these sisters are very different, each has a different way of dealing with life: Elinor does so with seriousness and decorum while Marianne unleashes thrilling.
Elinor examine very well the situation before making a decision, before getting involved romantically. Her decisions put the safety and welfare of her mother and sister. Always look for what she thinks is best for both, although she has to sacrifice.
Instead Marianne believes that life must be lived as it comes, live for the moment, she likes to learn new things, new people, experience, dance, loves music and loves to read. Read a lot and would like to introduce herself into every of those wonderful worlds found in her books.
The lives of both sisters will change with a sudden invitation to London, where surprises will teach them some lessons that can never forget. Lessons that will allow each of them, to analyze things from the viewpoint of the other. They experience both romance and heartbreak and meet three men: Edward Ferrars, Willoughby and Colonel Brandon, who will change their lives.
Well I do not tell you more, read it, is beautiful, you do not regret.
I leave you images of the film adaptation …