Sense and Sensibility and Accidental(?) Feminism

Sense and Sensibility and Accidental(?) Feminism

In other Sense and Sensibility news, Devoney Looser has published an in-depth article that explores how he feels Ang Lee's 1996 film adaptation brought out the novel's feminist roots. Looser believes that Ang Lee built on Austen's Sense and Sensibility by adding new egalitarian attitudes toward women to Colonel Brandon and Edward Ferrars.
"The masculinity portrayed ... embraces women’s desires, independence, and wellbeing."
The full article can be found here.
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