Sense and Sensibility (Barnes & Noble Single Volume Leatherbound Classics) Leather / fine binding
by JANE AUSTEN
Part of the Barnes & Noble Leatherbound Classic Collection series
This is an exquisitely designed edition of Jane Austen's first novel, a classic romance of manners.
It features a satin-ribbon bookmark, distinctive stained edging and decorative marbled endpapers.
After moving to a cottage in Devonshire, the women of the Dashwood family begin adjusting to a new life and a new social circle.
Soon, Elinor is being courted by the gentlemanly Edward Ferrars and Marianne finds herself torn between two suitors, the brooding Colonel Brandon and social-climbing scoundrel John Willoughby.
The love and heartbreaks that they all endure are shaped by the temperament of their time and place and the sense and sensibility of their society. Originally published in 1811, Jane Austen's first published novel is revered as a classic romance of manners.
This exquisite collectible edition features an elegant bonded-leather binding, a satin-ribbon bookmark, distinctive stained edging and decorative marbled endpapers.
It's the perfect gift for book-lovers and an artful addition to any home library.
- Format: Leather / fine binding
- Pages: 344 pages, b/w throughout, includes illustrations
- Publisher: Barnes & Noble Inc
- Publication Date: 01/07/2011
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9781435131804
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Review by lauraodom
This was the final novel of the Jane Austen’s I read in 2014, although technically I did not finish it until two days into the new year. As are her other novels, this one is a favorite. I do love Marianne’s passion and Elinor’s sensibility and good nature. I don’t know why Austen’s books appeal to me so much, other than they are a window into a simpler, much romanticized time. This book can be judged on it’s own merit, though and not just on being one the Austen romances. I love the twists and turns. There are quite a few shocking twists to the first time reader, and all the plots are interwoven so well. The storyline of Lucy is especially heart-wrenching. It’s certainly worth the read if you’ve never read it before.<br/><br/>Would I recommend this to a fellow book lover? Absolutely.<br/>Would I recommend this to my teen daughter? Sure. Although the old English may make it a bit hard to follow.