This elegantly designed hardcover edition of Jane Austen’s Persuasion offers a portable tale of love, loss, and redemption and a stirring critique of the rigid social barriers of Regency-era Britain.
Published after Jane Austen’s death in 1817, Persuasion tells the story of twenty-seven-year-old Anne Elliot, who is resigned to an unhappy fate and forced to move with her family to humbler lodgings when an old, lost love reenters her life.
The handsome young naval officer, whose marriage proposal she was persuaded to reject seven years prior, has moved up in the world, and now she has a second chance at love. Presenting a heroine who is older and wiser than those in her other books, Jane Austen’s final novel is now available in this beautiful collector’s edition.
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