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Eight years earlier, Anne Elliot and Frederick Wentworth fell in love, but Anne allowed herself to be persuaded that the young man wasnt an adequate match. Anne soon realized this to be a terrible mistake. Then Captain Wentworth walks back into her life. Can he forgive her? Does he still love her? By turns achingly sad and intensely romantic, this is a timeless tale of love lost and regained.
From the youthful energy of Northanger Abbey to the subtle art of Persuasion, these works reveal the breadth and artistry of one of the most beloved novelists of all time. Now, these timeless novels of manners, morals, and love have been beautifully repackaged to appeal to a new generation of readers. A strikingly designed collection, featuring new introductions as well as reading group guides.
Eight years ago, Anne Elliot and Frederick Wentworth fell head over heels in love. But Anne's family put a stop to their engagement, believing he wasn't good enough for her. Pretty Anne soon realises she's made a terrible mistake. Then Captain Wentworth walks back into her life again. Can he forgive her? This is a novel of love lost and regained.
The most comprehensive scholarly edition available of Jane Austen's innovative final novel.