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Mansfield Park : (tagged version) / compiled by J.F. Burrows

dc.contributor Burrows, John D of English U of Newcastle Austen, Jane, 1775-1817 2018-07-27 2019-07-04T09:53:02Z 2019-07-04T09:53:02Z 1814 1988
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dc.description.abstract In English Title from University of Oxford Text Archive records Publication based on this text: "Nothing out of the ordinary way" : differentiation of character in the twelve most common words of Northanger Abbey, Mansfield Park, and Emma. -- p. 17-41 In British Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies. -- Vol. 6 (1983). Publication based on this text: Computation into criticism : a study of Jane Austen's novels and an experiment in method / J.F. Burrows. -- Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1987. -- ISBN 0-19-812856-8. Novels of Jane Austen ; 3 Oxford illustrated Jane Austen
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dc.subject.lcsh Novels -- Great Britain -- 19th century
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dc.title Mansfield Park : (tagged version) / compiled by J.F. Burrows
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101: 3, 1' !| About$4$ thirty years ago, $MP#F$Miss*Maria*Ward of Huntingdon, 101: 3, 2' !| with only seven thousand pounds, had the good luck 101: 3, 3' !| to$9$ captivate $MP#E$Sir*Thomas*Bertram, of Mansfield*Park, in 101: 3, 4' !| the county of Northampton, and to$9$ be thereby raised to$4$ 101: 3, 5' !| the rank$0$ of a baronet's lady, with all the comforts and 101: 3, 6' !| consequences of an handsome house and large income. 101: 3, 7' !| All Huntingdon exclaimed on$4$ the greatness of the match$0$, 101: 3, 8' !| and her uncle, the lawyer, himself, allowed her to$9$ be at 101: 3, 9' !| least three thousand pounds short$2$ of any equitable claim$0$ 101: 3,10' !| to$4$ it. She had two sisters to$9$ be benefited by$4$ her elevation; 101: 3,11' !| and such of their acquaintance as thought$1$ $MP#J$Miss*Ward 101: 3,12' !| and $MP#P$Miss*Frances quite as handsome as $MP#F$Miss*Maria, 101: 3,13' !| did not scruple$1$ to$9$ predict their marrying with almost 101 . . .

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