Joseph AndrewsBook - 1977
Dependent on the benevolence of her aristocratic relatives, young Fanny Price develops into the moral center of a family gone astray and restores the tranquility of her adoptive home. Written in the full flower of Austen's maturity, this work offers an entertaining study of the interplay between manners, education, and ethics -- enlivened by an amusing cast of busybodies, never-do-wells, and social climbers.
Publisher: Harmondsworth, Eng. ; New York [etc.] : Penguin Books, 1977
Branch Call Number: FIE
Characteristics: 343 p. ;,19 cm