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Immediately, Fanny designated herself as the mistress of Norland, degrading her husband's family to mere visitors . She disguised this as concern for her son, which she was, of course, but mostly it was for herself.
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She convinced him that his father didn't mean that his son should give them monetary gifts instead of occasional good will. John readily agreed with her, but allowed his family to live at Norland until they found a suitable home . Fanny invited her brother, Edward Ferrars , to stay at Norland  , and he formed an attachment with Elinor , the eldest Miss Dashwood.
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Fanny and John were surprised when informed that Mrs. Dashwood's relative . She couldn't help be a little bit of a gloat when she watched the women's small number of packages of furniture leave Norland, because their income would be so much less than hers . Fanny is vain, selfish, and snobby. When her husband means to help his stepmother and half-sisters, she convinces him to let them live in poverty, using manipulation.
She went out of her way to separate Edward from Elinor, knowing that they shared mutual affection. Sign In Don't have an account?
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