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Jane Austen's Families
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'Jane Austen's Families' focuses on family dynamics in Jane Austen's six novels. After a general introduction, which places its approach in the context of ethical criticism, it divides into two sections. The first, 'Family Dynamics' consists of three chapters; 'The Function of the Dysfunctional Family', 'Spoilt Children' and 'Usefulness and Exertion'. The three chapters of section two, 'Fathers and Daughters' look at father and daughter relationships in 'Mansfield Park', 'Emma' and 'Persuasion'.

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