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Welcome to Mansfield Park in Massapequa Park, New York. A sanctuary of peace-lovers, this park is frequented by nature enthusiasts, joggers and hikers. There are well-paved trails as well as mud trails, thus making it perfect for everyone. A twisting, bubbling stream that passes through this park adds to the charm of this place.
In recent years, Mansfield Park has come to be regarded as Austen's most controversial novel. It was published in two editions in her lifetime and the 1814 and ... Jane Austen's most modern and controversial novel, Mansfield Park, illustrated by the award-winning Darya Shnykina and introduced by Lucy Worsley, ...
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Mansfield Park is the third published novel by Jane Austen, first published in 1814 by Thomas Egerton. A second edition was published in 1816 by John Murray, still within Austen's lifetime. The novel did not receive any public reviews until 1821. Her family living under the heavy burden of poverty, 10 year old Fanny Price is sent to live with her more affluent uncle and aunt, Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram of Mansfield Park. Growing up, she is treated as an inferior relation by all but her best friend and cousin Edmund.