Jane Austen’s first major novel that was published, Sense and Sensibility, exemplifies the shifting perspectives in religion during the Georgian period by exploring the virtues of its title through the lenses of the Anglicanism of Georgian England. This paper argues that Sense and Sensibility reflects Jane Austen’s worldview and identifies how it stems from the Neoclassical and Romantic fusion present in her religious belief.
Toal, Erin R.
"Religion in Sense and Sensibility,"
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Toal, Erin R. (2016) "Religion in Sense and Sensibility" The Kabod 3( 1 (2016)), Article 6. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/kabod/vol3/iss1/6
Toal, Erin R. "Religion in Sense and Sensibility" The Kabod 3 , no. 1 2016 (2016) Accessed [Month x, xxxx]. Liberty University Digital Commons.