Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen (Everyman's Library)
Hardcover. Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket: Good. 1941. J.M. Dent. Everyman's Library #21
Introduced by R. Brimley Johnson.
Dust Jacket has chips and tears along edges, but nothing that obscures or obstructs text. Interior is clean, well bound.
Marianne Dashwood can’t understand her sister. How could the attractive, witty, and charming Elinor fall for the quiet, self-effacing, and rather dull Edward Ferrars? Meanwhile, Elinor worries that Marianne’s heart-first approach to life will hurt her, especially when it comes to the dashing John Willoughby. Meanwhile, both Edward and Willoughby harbor secrets that will force these women to doubt their philosophies, their judgment, and their chances for happiness.