- Jane Austen
- Learning Resources
- Fun Stuff
Skip to content »
Lesley Castle February the 16th [In response to February 12th]
. . . if by this second Marriage Sir George should have a second family, our fortunes must be considerably diminushed—that if his Wife should . . . encourage him to persevere in that gay and Dissipated way of Life . . . she would now become Mistress of those Jewels which once adorned our Mother, and which Sir George had always promised us—
In which of these Austen works is a set of jewels featured in relation to a marriage?