Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility is a well-loved classic that doesn’t get nearly enough hype. This book has some serious drama!
I discuss Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility in-depth over on the Barely Bookish podcast. If you would like to hear this book with play-by-play plot points and discussions, please listen to the first episode using the podcast play below.
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More Jane Austen! More Jane Austen! You know we love a good Jane Austen novel on this podcast, so there’s no way I could say no when Allison asked to do Sense and Sensibility. I know you all are going to love this episode because we are diving headfirst into this world once again.
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Dashwood Family Tree
Alright, the Dashwood family tree can get incredibly complicated, so I made this to help you out. Without any spoilers, this is the family you need to know from the get-go.
So, we’ve got three sisters, Elinor Dashwood, Marianne Dashwood, and Margaret Dashwood. They have an older brother, John Dashwood, who’s from their father, Henry Dashwood’s, previous marriage. John Dashwood marries Fanny Dashwood (previous Fanny Ferrars) and has Henry Dashwood.
Fanny Ferrars also has two brothers, Robert Ferrars and Edward Ferrars who we get to see quite a bit of throughout the novel.