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PersuasionSten once compared her writing to painting on a little bit of ivory inches suare Readers of Persuasion will discover that neither her skill for delicate ironic observations on social custom love and marriage nor her ability to apply a sharp focus lens to English manners and morals has deserted her in her final finished work Are second chances possible Readers of this marvelous book by Jane Austen her last completed will find outAnne Elliot 19 tense and insecure had broken an engagement to Frederick Wentworth 23 the family objected to the poor sailor with no apparent prospects her father Sir Walter Elliot baronet a proud man with a luxury loving streak his late wife had kept him in check living in Kellynch Hall Somersetshire the widower was greatly supported by his eldest daughter selfish Elizabeth now 29 the two are very much alike handsome arrogant cold looking down at people they think are beneath them she is the prettiest of his three children the youngest Mary freuently claiming illness to get attention would marry easy going Charles Musgrove scolding him for his perceived neglect and be unable to control the children Even Anne's only friend intelligent influential Lady Russell had not looked kindly to the marriage Eight years have passed the then teenager is now 27 much sure of herself and her emotions Anne is nevertheless always ignored by others regrets turning down Wentworth who has become a captain with his own ship war spoils have made him rich when peace is finally declared Napoleon in exile he is free to come homeExtravagant Sir Walter just can't stop himself from spending all his money a position to maintain in society dignity demands living like the superior being he thinks he is the baronet believes and is entitled to this But going broke fast Lady Russell and his lawyer friend Mr Sheperd urges something to fix the problem swiftly or ruined soon Mr Elliot; the haughty man refuses at first however reality finally sets in Sir Walter has to rent Kellynch Hall uietly to pay the creditors the shame must be hidden though Moving to the elegant resort town of Bath with Elizabeth the most famous in England seeing important members of the upper class his style and enjoys it immensely Admiral Croft Captain Wentworth's wise brother in law his pleasant sister Sophia as bright as her husband married the now retired naval officer courageously following him from ship to ship takes ironically Sir Walter's the insolvent baronet fabulous mansion with war's end there are a lot of unemployed sailors around The meetings between Anne she stayed behind for a few months and Frederick are uite uncomfortable you can imagine but with their families and friends so entangled it can not be avoided The former couple are nervous what can they talk about at dinners and parties traveling to visit a friend living by the riveting sea their eyes pretending not to notice each other which is silly both are tongue tied and embarrassed speak very little between themselves afraid to make the the first move but in a room full of noisy interesting people many are admirers of Frederick and Anne still only the two are important to the duo Will the Captain and Anne forget the painful past and be persuaded to resume their love can the future bring happiness that has been denied the pair for too many years Wasted by unperceptive family and friends who never knew their real feelings This brilliant novel asks that uestion and the answer while not a surprise makes for a splendid reading experience

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Ep and long lasting regret When later Wentworth returns from sea a rich and successful captain he finds Anne's family on the brink of financial ruin and his own sister a tenant in Kellynch Hall the Elliot estate All the tension of the novel revolves around one uestion Will Anne and Wentworth be reunited in their loveJane Au 933 From 1001 Persuasion Jane AustenPersuasion is the last novel fully completed by Jane Austen It was published at the end of 1817 six months after her death The story concerns Anne Elliot a young Englishwoman of 27 years whose family is moving to lower their expenses and get out of debt They rent their home to an Admiral and his wife The wife’s brother Navy Captain Frederick Wentworth had been engaged to Anne in 1806 and now they meet again both single and unattached after no contact in than seven years This sets the scene for many humorous encounters as well as a second well considered chance at love and marriage for Anne in her second bloomعنوانها «وسوسه»، «اغوا»؛ «ترغیب»؛ اثر جین اوستین آستن؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز بیست و دوم ماه آوریل سال 1989میلادیعنوان یک وسوسه، اثر جین اوستین آستن؛ برگردان شهریار ضرغام، تهران، انتشارت اکباتان، 1368؛ چاپ دیگر سمیر، 1390؛ 312ص؛ موضوع داستان‌های نویسندگان بریتانیایی سده 19معنوان دوم اغوا، همراه با سرگذشتی از جین آستین، نویسنده جین آستن؛ مترجم سارا برمخشاد؛ تهران، ابر سفید مهتاب‏‫، 1391، در 310ص، شابک 9786009254514؛عنوان سوم ترغیب؛ اثر جین آستن؛ مترجم رضا رضایی؛ تهران، نشر نی‏‫‬، 1388، در ‏308ص، شابک 9789641850250؛ چاپ دوم 1388؛ چاپ سوم 1389؛ چاپ ششم 1392؛داستان در باره ی «آن الیوت»، یک زن بیست و هفت ساله ی انگلیسی ست، که خانواده اش به خاطر بدهی، تصمیم به نقل مکان، به جای ارزانتری دارند در همین زمان، جنگ نیز پایان میابد؛ آنها خانه ی خود را، به یک فرد از خانواده ادمیرال، و همسرش اجاره میدهند برادر خانم صاحبخانه تازه ی ایشان، کاپیتان نیروی دریایی «فردریک ونت وورث» است، که در سال 1806میلادی، با «آن» نامزد بوده، و حالا آنها باز هم با هم دیدار میکنند؛ هر دو مجرد هستند، و در طول هشت سال بگذشته نیز، هیچگونه رابطه ی دیگری نداشته اند؛ و ؛تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 31061399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی

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ePub ↠ mobi Persuasion ☆ Free Ü eyltransferservices ´ ❰Reading❯ ➺ Persuasion Author Jane Austen – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Twenty seven year old Anne Elliot is Austen's most adult heroine Eight years before the story proper begins she is happily betrothed to a naval officer FrTwenty seven year old Anne Elliot is Austen's most adult heroine Eight years before the story proper begins she is happily betrothed to a naval officer Frederick Wentworth but she precipitously breaks off the engagement when persuaded by her friend Lady Russell that such a match is unworthy The breakup produces in Anne a de One of the major sources of contention and strife in my marriage is the disagreement between my wife and me over what is the best Jane Austen novel yes we are both than a bit geekish in our love of words and literature our second biggest ongoing uarrel is about the merits of the serial comma For my money there are three of Austen's six finished novels that one can make a good argument for being her best Pride and Prejudice the popular choice and my wife's Emma the educated choice most lit profs go with this one Persuasion the truly refined choice Harrold Bloom in The Western Canon calls it perhaps a perfect novel and while I disagree with some of his interpretations of the characters yes blasphemy I know I wholeheartedly concur with his overal assessment While all of Austen's novels are generally comic Persuasion is the most nuanced It's been described as autumnal and that word suits it There's a bittersweetness to it that you just don't get in Austen's other work The novel it comes closest to in terms of character and plot is probably one of her earliest novels Sense and Sensibility Like Eleanor in that novel Anne is older and mature than the typical Austen heroine In fact she's dangerously close to being over the hill at the age of 27 Love has passed her by apparently But unlike Eleanor who one always feels will muddle through even if she ends up disappointed in affairs of the heart there's something dramatically at stake with Anne She is in great danger of ceasing to exist not physically but socially When we meet her she's barely there at all Although a woman of strong feelings she is ignored and literally overlooked by most of the other characters In the universe of Austen's novels the individual doesn't truly exist unless connected with the social world and while Anne has a stoic strength we understand that she is in some senses doomed if things don't change for her This is where we see what the mature Austen can do with a character type that she couldn't when she was younger This edition also has the original ending of the novel included as an appendix which gives us a rare and fascinating look in to Austen as a technical artist I read this novel as an undergraduate and have reread it several times since I even took the novel with me to Bath on a trip to England and spent a wonderful summer evening reading it while sitting in Sidney Gardens across the street from one of the homes Austen lived in during her time in Bath listening to Mozart's Piano Concerto #27 It's one of my favorite memories More than any other of her novels Persuasion shows how Austen dealt with profound existential uestions within the confines of her deceptively limited setting and cast of characters Those who think Austen is simply a highbrow precursor to contemporary romance novels or social comedies are missing the colossal depth of thought that is beneath the surface of any of her novels this one most of all Austen is nearly uniue in the history of the novel for the consistency of her excellence While most novelists have a clear masterpiece that stands out among their work and usually a fairly sizable number of works that are adeuate but not enduring all of Austen's novels stand up to repeated readings and deserve a wide audience among today's readers Having said that Persuasion is simply the best of the best