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  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 10

    23-06-26 CHAPTER X A quarter of an hour, twenty minutes, passed away, and Fanny was still thinking of Edmund, Miss Crawford, and herself, without interruption from any one. She began to be surprised at being left so long, and to listen with an anxious desire...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 9

    23-06-26 CHAPTER IX Mr. Rushworth was at the door to receive his fair lady; and the whole party were welcomed by him with due attention. In the drawing-room they were met with equal cordiality by the mother, and Miss Bertram had all the distinction with each...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 8

    23-06-26 CHAPTER VIII Fannys rides recommenced the very next day; and as it was a pleasant fresh-feeling morning, less hot than the weather had lately been, Edmund trusted that her losses, both of health and pleasure, would be soon made good. While she was g...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 7

    23-06-26 CHAPTER VII Well, Fanny, and how do you like Miss Crawford _now_? said Edmund the next day, after thinking some time on the subject himself. How did you like her yesterday? Very well--very much. I like to hear her talk. She entertains me; and she is...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 6

    23-06-26 CHAPTER VI Mr. Bertram set off for--------, and Miss Crawford was prepared to find a great chasm in their society, and to miss him decidedly in the meetings which were now becoming almost daily between the families; and on their all dining together...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 5

    23-06-26 CHAPTER V The young people were pleased with each other from the first. On each side there was much to attract, and their acquaintance soon promised as early an intimacy as good manners would warrant. Miss Crawfords beauty did her no disservice with...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 4

    23-06-26 CHAPTER IV Tom Bertram had of late spent so little of his time at home that he could be only nominally missed; and Lady Bertram was soon astonished to find how very well they did even without his father, how well Edmund could supply his place in car...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 3

    23-06-26 CHAPTER III The first event of any importance in the family was the death of Mr. Norris, which happened when Fanny was about fifteen, and necessarily introduced alterations and novelties. Mrs. Norris, on quitting the Parsonage, removed first to the...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 2

    23-06-26 CHAPTER II The little girl performed her long journey in safety; and at Northampton was met by Mrs. Norris, who thus regaled in the credit of being foremost to welcome her, and in the importance of leading her in to the others, and recommending her...

  • ˹ƶׯ԰ Chapter 1

    23-06-26 CHAPTER I About thirty years ago Miss Maria Ward, of Huntingdon, with only seven thousand pounds, had the good luck to captivate Sir Thomas Bertram, of Mansfield Park, in the county of Northampton, and to be thereby raised to the rank of a baronets...