Chapter 25
Title page
Chapter 2
Frontispiece
“I told a man mending a hedge that it was Thornton Lacey.”
(ch. 25)
Title Page (facing)
In vain were the well-meant condescensions of Sir Thomas. (ch. 2)

   
Chapter 3
Chapter 7, #1
Chapter 7, #2
“The kind pains you took to persuade me out of my fears.”
(ch. 3)
Indulged with his favourite instrument. (ch. 7)
While Fanny cut the roses. (ch. 7)
     
Chapter 8
Chapter 10
Chapter 12
Her prospect always ended in Mr. Crawford and her sister sitting side-by-side. (ch. 8)
He walked to the gate and stood there without seeming to know what to do. (ch. 10)
“It would give me the greatest pleasure, but that I am this moment going to dance.” (ch. 12)
     
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
She worked very diligently under her aunt's directions. (ch 18)
A ranting young man who appeared likely to knock him down backwards. (ch. 19)
Mr. Yates felt it acutely. (ch. 20)
     
Chapter 22
Chapter 24
Chapter 27
Dr. Grant himself went out
with an umbrella. (ch. 22)
William was often called on by his uncle to be the talker. (ch. 24)
“Oh, this is beautiful, indeed!”
(ch. 27)
     
Chapter 28
Chapter 31
Chapter 32
Conducted by Mr. Crawford to the top of the room. (ch. 28)
“No, no, no!” she cried,
hiding her face . (ch. 31)
“Am I to understand,” said Sir Thomas, “that you mean to refuse Mr. Crawford?” (ch. 32)
     
Chapter 34
Chapter 36
Chapter 38
His reading was capital. (ch. 34)
“Good, gentle Fanny!” (ch. 36)
Looked at him for a moment in speechless admiration. (ch. 38)
     
Chapter 41
Chapter 46
Chapter 48
Fanny was obliged to introduce him. (ch. 41)
“There! Much good may such fine relations do you.” (ch. 46)
The joyful consent which met Edmund's application. (ch. 48)
Mansfield Park

About the illustrations

Twenty-four watercolor illustrations
by Charles Edmund (“C.E.”) Brock for Jane Austen's Mansfield Park .

Wikipedia entry for C.E. Brock

“Austen Illustrated” by Deb Williams for the Jane Austen Society of Australia (JASA), September 2004.

This particular edition of Mansfield Park was published in 1908 as part of the Series of English Idylls, published by J.M Dent & Co. (London) and E.P. Dutton & Co. (New York).

Twelve additional tinted line drawings by H.M. Brock, drawn in 1898. Thanks to Mandy N. for sharing her illustrations!

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