Jane Austen 's Life And Life Essay

1463 Words Oct 13th, 2015 6 Pages
Life long efforts only lead to success so big. Such successes are then loved and cherished by people from all over the globe. These masterpieces were left in the form of a series of written treasures that are still vividly alive in the hearts of the reader. Jane Austen, a woman who expressed writing in such a way that created, left and till date leaves the reader in the midst of a magical aura. She is known to publish the Holy Bible of romance. From subliminal messages in her dialogues to substantial marks of chivalry that were embed in to the pages of her beloved manuscripts. She was a person considered to live and lead a narrow, inhibited life and who rarely traveled. These assertions are far from the truth. Unlike many women of the time, Jane Austen was fully aware of the evils of the world and all of her novels had aspects that did centre Jane 's personal life. Jane was considered a fantasist and visionary, thus drew on her experiences and her dreams for the future and incorporated them into her writing. Her characters reflect the people around her but the protagonists of her beloved novels reflect parts of herself most. In Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, and Mansfield Park, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, Elizabeth Bennet, and Fanny Price all emulate aspects of Jane Austen and dreams she had that were never fulfilled.

Sense and sensibility, a story of unlucky fate that became a hurdle for two hopelessly romantic sisters. Sense and sensibilities, Elinor…

Related Documents