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      • "Sense and Sensibility" is a novel by Jane Austen, and was her first published work when it appeared in 1811 under the pseudonym "A Lady". A work of romantic fiction, better known as a comedy of manners, Sense and Sensibility is set in southwest England, London and Kent between 1792 and 1797.
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  2. Sense and Sensibility - Wikipedia › wiki › Sense_and_Sensibility

    Sense and Sensibility is a novel by Jane Austen, published in 1811. It was published anonymously; By A Lady appears on the title page where the author's name might have been. It tells the story of the Dashwood sisters, Elinor (age 19) and Marianne (age 16½) as they come of age.

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    Sense and Sensibility is a novel by Jane Austen. It was her first novel, and was published in 1811. The novel is mostly about two sisters, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood, and their life and loves. The story takes place in southern England in the 1790s. Austen paid to have the book published. The publisher got a commission on sales.

  4. Sense and Sensibility (film) - Wikipedia › wiki › Sense_and_Sensibility_(film)

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sense and Sensibility is a 1995 period drama film directed by Ang Lee and based on Jane Austen 's 1811 novel of the same name. Emma Thompson wrote the screenplay and stars as Elinor Dashwood, while Kate Winslet plays Elinor's younger sister Marianne.

  5. Sense and Sensibility (2008 TV series) - Wikipedia › wiki › Sense_and_Sensibility
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    Sense and Sensibility DVD cover GenreCostume drama Based onSense and Sensibility by Jane Austen Screenplay byAndrew Davies Directed byJohn Alexander Starring Hattie Morahan Charity Wakefield Dan Stevens David Morrissey Dominic Cooper Theme music composerMartin Phipps Country of originUnited Kingdom Original languageEnglish No. of episodes3 Production ProducerAnne Pivcevic CinematographySean Bobbitt EditorRoy Sharman Running time174 minutes Production companies BBC WGBH Boston Release Original ne

    When Henry Dashwood dies, he leaves his entire fortune and his home, Norland Park, to his son John. John promises that he will provide for his stepmother, Mary Dashwood, and half-sisters Elinor, Marianne, and Margaret. However, John's wife, Fanny, convinces him to make a much smaller provision than he had originally intended. In addition, they will have to leave Norland Park as it now belongs to John Dashwood. Fanny's brother, Edward Ferrars, comes to visit, and he quickly befriends Elinor. Whil

    On 5 October 2005, a reporter for the BBC News revealed that writer Andrew Davies was planning to adapt Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility into a major television drama due to be broadcast on the BBC in two years. Davies commented, "When they are great stories, you keep on comin

    Davies commented that he would have liked to have been in charge of the casting. He revealed that he had initially objected to Hattie Morahan being cast in the role of the eldest Dashwood sister, Elinor. However, he was glad that his objections were ignored, because he fell in lo

    Sense and Sensibility was shot entirely on location within England, mostly in the counties of Berkshire, Surrey, Buckinghamshire, and Devon. Filming began in April 2007 and lasted until early June. Blackpool Mill, a fifteenth-century cottage in north Devon, was turned into Barton

    Sense and Sensibility was aired in the UK in three parts, with the first shown on 1 January 2008. The other two episodes were broadcast on 6 and 13 January. The first episode of Sense and Sensibility became one of the top ten streamed programmes on the BBC iPlayer following its broadcast. In the United States, Sense and Sensibility was broadcast on PBS, as part of their Austen Masterpiece Theatre series. The drama was split into two episodes, which aired on 30 March and 6 April 2008. Sense and S

    The first episode of Sense and Sensibility attracted 5.54 million viewers upon its first broadcast in the United Kingdom, giving it twenty per cent of the audience share for its broadcast time. The second episode posted a small increase of 5.74 million viewers, while the concludi

    Sense and Sensibility received mostly positive reviews from critics. Melinda Houston, writing for The Age, called Sense and Sensibility "a gorgeous adaptation of her most frivolous work" and added, "It's all beautifully made, beautifully cast, and the script snaps and crackles. M

    The crew of Sense and Sensibility garnered several award nominations for their work on the drama. At the 14th Shanghai Television Festival, the series was nominated for Magnolia Award for Best Television Film or Miniseries, Alexander won the Best Television Film Director award, w

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  6. Sense and Sensibility - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre › wiki › Sense_and_Sensibility

    Sense and Sensibility, título original en inglés, también conocida como Sensatez y sentimientos, Juicio y sentimiento, Juicio y sensibilidad o Sentido y sensibilidad, es una novela de la escritora británica Jane Austen publicada en 1811. Fue la primera de las novelas de Austen en ser publicadas, bajo el seudónimo de "A Lady

  7. Jane Austen - Wikipedia › wiki › Jane_Austen

    Austen made £140 from Sense and Sensibility, which provided her with some financial and psychological independence. After the success of Sense and Sensibility, all of Austen's subsequent books were billed as written "By the author of Sense and Sensibility" and Austen's name never appeared on her books during her lifetime.

  8. Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters - Wikipedia › wiki › Sense_and_Sensibility_and

    Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters is a parody novel by Ben H. Winters, with Jane Austen credited as co-author. It is a mashup story containing elements from Jane Austen's 1811 novel Sense and Sensibility and common tropes from sea monster stories. It is the thematic sequel to another 2009 novel from the same publisher called Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It was first published by Quirk Books on September 15, 2009. Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters First Edition Cover, 2009 AuthorBen

  9. Sense and Sensibility | The Jane Austen Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Sense_and_Sensibility
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    When Henry Dashwood dies, his house, Norland Park, passes directly to his only son John, the child of his first wife. His second wife, Mrs. Dashwood, and their daughters, Elinor, Marianne and Margaret are left only a small income. On his deathbed, Mr. Dashwood extracts a promise from his son, that he will take care of his half-sisters; however, John's selfish wife Fanny, soon persuades him to renege. John and Fanny immediately take up their place as the new owners of Norland, while the Dashwood women are reduced to the position of unwelcome guests. Mrs. Dashwood begins looking for somewhere else to live. In the meantime, Fanny's brother, Edward Ferrars, a pleasant, unassuming, intelligent but reserved young man, visits Norland and soon forms an attachment to Elinor. Fanny disapproves the match and offends Mrs. Dashwood with the implication that Elinor is motivated by money rather than love. Mrs. Dashwood indignantly speeds her search for a new home. Mrs. Dashwood moves her family to...

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    1. Marianne Dashwood, a protagonist and the second of the sisters. 2. Elinor Dashwood, a protagonist and the older sister. 3. Edward Ferrars 4. Colonel Brandon

    Supporting Characters

    1. John Willoughby 2. Margaret Dashwood, the youngest of the Dashwood sisters. 3. Mrs. Dashwood, the mother of the Dashwood sisters. 4. Lucy Steele 5. Mrs. Jennings 6. Sir John Middleton 7. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer

    Several adaptations exist of Austen's first novel. The most famous of these is the adaptation by Emma Thompson directed by Ang Lee, released in 1995, starring Thompson as Elinor, Kate Winslet as Marianne, Greg Wise as Willoughby, Hugh Grant as Edward, and Alan Rickman as Brandon. The BBC produced a three episode miniseries adaptation scripted by Andrew Davies, starring Hattie Morahan as Elinor, Charity Wakefield as Marianne, Dominic Cooper as Willoughby, Dan Stevens as Edward, and David Morrisey as Brandon. Kate Hamill adapted the novel for the stage in 2014, and starred as Marianne in an off-Broadway production directed by Eric Tucker that ran for several years. The script was also produced at the Guthrie Theatre in Minnesota, and the Folger Theatre in Washington D.C. in 2016. A few modernized adaptations exist, including Scents and Sensibility and From Prada to Nada, as well as a Bollywood adaptation. A comic book adaptation was published by Marvel Comics in 2010, scripted by Nanc...

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