Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Sense and Sensibility
Because their father has died.
|Which describes the Margaret character in the movie (but is *not* true in the book)?||Sense and Sensibility
She loves geography.. When they were looking for an actor to play Hermione in the Harry Potter movie, I thought the girl who played Margaret in 'S and S' would be good--but alas, she had gotten too old.
Willoughby comes to Cleveland while Marianne is ill.. In the book, there's an intense night-time scene at Cleveland. Willoughby rides over from his country house to find out whether Marianne is dying. Elinor chews him out, and he explains why he jilted poor Marianne.
sardonic. Mr. Palmer is married to his opposite: the silly chatterbox Charlotte.
Lady Middleton and Charlotte Palmer. Mrs. Jennings is Sir John Middleton's mother-in-law. She's also Mr. Palmer's mother-in-law.
Willoughby seduces Brandon's ward.. Brandon was in love with his brother's wife. She ran away and had a child out of wedlock. The baby girl became Brandon's ward. When she grew up, Willoughby seduced her and she became pregnant.
selfish and proud. Mrs. John Dashwood doesn't want her husband to keep his promise to his dying father, so their half-brother ends up giving his half-sisters and step-mother no money at all.
|Edward Ferrars seems to fall in love with Elinor soon after they meet. Why doesn't he propose to her?||Sense and Sensibility
He's engaged to someone else.. Edward is engaged to Lucy Steele.
|Which of her daughters does Mrs. Dashwood most closely resemble, in terms of temperament?||Sense and Sensibility
Marianne. Elinor is the sensible one. Marianne and Mrs. Dashwood show their emotions more openly.
Elinor, Marianne, Margaret. In my opinion, the Margaret in the movie was more interesting than the book character.
Kate Winslet. She's the same one who starred in 'Titanic,' remember?
Marianne. Marianne is certainly emotional, whereas the rest are quite logical and prudent. Marianne, however, changes significantly by the end of the novel from being emotional to being more prudent.
Elinor. Elinor is the prudent type, whereas the rest are all emotional.