S&S Saturday– Viper in My Bosom

You can view previous discussions about Sense and Sensibility here: https://rosefairbanks.com/category/s-s-saturday/ Last time I posted about Sense and Sensibility, I compared Marianne meeting Willoughby to the "Second Thoughts" moment in a Three-Act Structure. The next plot point in the diagram is the climax of Act One. Conveniently, Jane Austen's novel is broken down into three … Continue reading S&S Saturday– Viper in My Bosom

S&S Saturday– Mrs. Dashwood’s imagination

In Pride and Prejudice, Mr. Darcy says a lady's imagination is very rapid. It goes from admiration to love to matrimony. It seems Mrs. Dashwood might fit this mold.   The contempt which she had, very early in their acquaintance, felt for her daughter-in-law, was very much increased by the farther knowledge of her character, … Continue reading S&S Saturday– Mrs. Dashwood’s imagination