Yes, the story has drama and angst, defined and developed characters. The setting, the time period, the mores of the time all come together to draw you in and become involved in what happens to the characters. I found myself angry at Marianne, sorry for Eleanor and happy for them both at the end.
I think the correct answer would be Eleanor, because she is the voice of reason, even though her heart is breaking. Eleanor is level headed and has common sense and is a woman who reflects all the qualities we admire in women of today. However, I think my favorite character would be Lucy, because she is so deceitful and manipulating. She gives the characters of todays stories a run for their money and that would include the women of the Real Housewives franchise.
Crisp, level, detached
no extreme reaction. This is one of my favorite Austen books.
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