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I am going to discuss in relation to this question Jane Austens work both book and film Sense and Sensibility Both of them in different ways examine the story of two sisters and their love affairs They also show us with a trenchant observation and in meticulous detail which Jane Austen possesses the quiet day-to-day country life of the upper-middle-class English For in parallel with the two these specific works I will try to present my opinion according to how Sense is a plus and Sensibility a minus Moreover I can say that Jane Austen is an astute observer of human life and that it refers to this excellent treatment of the complex relationship between Sense and Sensibility in the novel and the filmIn Sense and Sensibility we see a contrary between two sisters Elinor and Marianne Elinor is the embodiment of sense who loves a man but she never comes to terms with it and Marianne who is openly expressed enthusiastic and infatuated with a man who afterwards ignores her without a word To begin with in the novel we do see Marianne very much romantic sixteen-year-old girl governed by her feelings not by reason unlike Elinor Passionate in her opinions and certain of their morality Marianne lacks prudence and relies on instinct Her opinion about love is At first sight and we can see that when Marianne meets Willoughby it was like a hero rescuing his princess She is fall in love with him immediately and she does not hide her feelings Moreover in the film this particular scene is showed much more lively than the book We can see their expression on their face and immediately understand that these two young people will without doubt fall in love Also Marianne is so alive when Willoughby comes to see her and express that with her actions smiling loudly and running Furthermore Marianne smiles her perfect happiness at him and he whips up
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