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6th Oct '14 8:55:25 PM nombretomado
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Our good old narrator (a middle-aged NiceGirl AbsentMindedProfessor who is a practizer of SesquipedalianLoquaciousness), is trying to tell you what happened in MansfieldPark, when [[THeHero Fanny Price]], a young, [[NiceGirl compassionate]], [[UndyingLoyalty devoted]], but far too [[ExtremeDoormat submissive]] heroine found herself coping with the abuse most of the rich relatives who took her in, [[AllTakeAndNoGive the Bertram family]], exerted on her, and the abuse ''Edwardian society'' exerted on its members. She begins pointing out that Fanny bore all this kindly, while dreaming about winning the heart of the TokenGoodTeammate of her rich relatives's household, the well-intentioned and morally righteous [[KnightInShiningArmor Edmund Bertram]]. It could be [[LighterAndSofter a nice, peaceful ride, about a love story, a fearful young lady discovering the dreams which await to be realized, and a time and place which were]] NotSoDifferent...

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Our good old narrator (a middle-aged NiceGirl AbsentMindedProfessor who is a practizer of SesquipedalianLoquaciousness), is trying to tell you what happened in MansfieldPark, ''Literature/MansfieldPark'', when [[THeHero Fanny Price]], a young, [[NiceGirl compassionate]], [[UndyingLoyalty devoted]], but far too [[ExtremeDoormat submissive]] heroine found herself coping with the abuse most of the rich relatives who took her in, [[AllTakeAndNoGive the Bertram family]], exerted on her, and the abuse ''Edwardian society'' exerted on its members. She begins pointing out that Fanny bore all this kindly, while dreaming about winning the heart of the TokenGoodTeammate of her rich relatives's household, the well-intentioned and morally righteous [[KnightInShiningArmor Edmund Bertram]]. It could be [[LighterAndSofter a nice, peaceful ride, about a love story, a fearful young lady discovering the dreams which await to be realized, and a time and place which were]] NotSoDifferent...
11th Jan '13 1:50:12 PM SeptimusHeap
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But the Modern Narrator comes in and [[MoodWhiplash hits the older narrator with a showel, knocking her out]]. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she thinks that she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is what she supposes to be an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.

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But the Modern Narrator comes in and [[MoodWhiplash hits the older narrator with a showel, knocking her out]]. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} {{SatelliteLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she thinks that she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is what she supposes to be an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.
6th Jul '12 9:06:02 AM Lorialet
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Oh, did I mention poor Edmund is still in love with a GoldDigger who may or may not return his feelings, Fanny is living under the menace of being thrown out back to her dysfunctionnal and dangerous family, and Henry Crawford is still flirting with everyone and considering to go too far, despite the fact that his victims will be considered by most of their surroundings as DefiledForever ? This is going to be an enormous mess...

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Oh, did I mention poor Edmund is still in love with a GoldDigger who may or may not return his feelings, Fanny is living under the menace of being thrown out back to her dysfunctionnal and dangerous family, and Henry Crawford is still flirting with everyone and considering to go too far, despite the fact that his victims will be considered by most of their surroundings as DefiledForever ? This is going to be an enormous mess...mess...

This is mainly an idea of a work, and I won't publish it so, if you want to write it yourself, go on !
6th Jul '12 8:56:46 AM Lorialet
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Our good old narrator (a middle-aged NiceGirl AbsentMindedProfessor who is a practizer of SesquipedalianLoquaciousness), is trying to tell you what happened in MansfieldPark, when [[THeHero Fanny Price]], a young, [[NiceGirl compassionate]], [[UndyingLoyalty devoted]], but far too [[ExtremeDoormat submissive]] heroine found herself coping with the abuse most of the rich relatives who took her in, [[AllTakeAndNoGive the Bertram family]], exerted on her, and the abuse ''Edwardian society'' exerted on its members. After her, Fanny bore all this kindly, while dreaming about winning the heart of the TokenGoodTeammate of her rich relatives's household, the well-intentioned and morally righteous [[KnightInShiningArmor Edmund Bertram]]. It could be [[LighterAndSofter a nice, peaceful ride, about a love story, a fearful young lady discovering the dreams which await to be realized, and a time and place which were]] NotSoDifferent...

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Our good old narrator (a middle-aged NiceGirl AbsentMindedProfessor who is a practizer of SesquipedalianLoquaciousness), is trying to tell you what happened in MansfieldPark, when [[THeHero Fanny Price]], a young, [[NiceGirl compassionate]], [[UndyingLoyalty devoted]], but far too [[ExtremeDoormat submissive]] heroine found herself coping with the abuse most of the rich relatives who took her in, [[AllTakeAndNoGive the Bertram family]], exerted on her, and the abuse ''Edwardian society'' exerted on its members. After her, She begins pointing out that Fanny bore all this kindly, while dreaming about winning the heart of the TokenGoodTeammate of her rich relatives's household, the well-intentioned and morally righteous [[KnightInShiningArmor Edmund Bertram]]. It could be [[LighterAndSofter a nice, peaceful ride, about a love story, a fearful young lady discovering the dreams which await to be realized, and a time and place which were]] NotSoDifferent...
6th Jul '12 8:55:11 AM Lorialet
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But the Modern Narrator comes in and [[MoodWhiplash hits the older narrator with a showel, knocking her out]]. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is what she supposes to be an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.

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But the Modern Narrator comes in and [[MoodWhiplash hits the older narrator with a showel, knocking her out]]. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she thinks that she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is what she supposes to be an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.
6th Jul '12 8:52:24 AM Lorialet
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But the Modern Narrator comes in and [[MoodWhiplash hits the older narrator with a showel, knocking her out]]. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is supposed to be considered an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.

to:

But the Modern Narrator comes in and [[MoodWhiplash hits the older narrator with a showel, knocking her out]]. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is supposed what she supposes to be considered an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.
6th Jul '12 8:51:40 AM Lorialet
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Meanwhile, [[KnightOfCerebus a dark force]] works in the shadows : the Eldest narrator (an unstable and possibly evil RacistGrandma who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : she didn't refuse explicitly enough Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that she is a qualmless, depraved, evil, and irredeemable villain in the story. [[KnightTemplar Thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !]]

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Meanwhile, [[KnightOfCerebus a dark force]] works in the shadows : the Eldest narrator (an unstable and possibly evil RacistGrandma PoliticallyIncorrectVillain who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : she didn't refuse explicitly enough Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that she is a qualmless, depraved, evil, and irredeemable villain in the story. [[KnightTemplar Thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !]]
6th Jul '12 6:15:39 AM Lorialet
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Our good old narrator (a middle-aged NiceGirl AbsentMindedProfessor who is a practizer of SesquipedalianLoquaciousness), is trying to tell you what happened in MansfieldPark, when Fanny Price, a young, compassionate, devoted, but far too submissive heroine found herself coping with the abuse most of the rich relatives who took her in, the Bertram family, exerted on her, and the abuse ''Edwardian society'' exerted on its members. After her, Fanny bore all this kindly, while dreaming about winning the heart of the TokenGoodTeammate of her rich relatives's household, the well-intentioned and morally righteous Edmund Bertram. It could be a nice, peaceful ride, about a love story, a fearful young lady discovering the dreams which await to be realized, and a time and place which were NotSoDifferent...

But the Modern Narrator comes in and hits the older narrator with a showel. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is supposed to be considered an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.

Meanwhile, a dark force works in the shadows : the Eldest narrator (an unstable and possibly evil RacistGrandma who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : she didn't refuse explicitly enough Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that she is a qualmless, depraved, evil, and irredeemable villain in the story. As thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !

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Our good old narrator (a middle-aged NiceGirl AbsentMindedProfessor who is a practizer of SesquipedalianLoquaciousness), is trying to tell you what happened in MansfieldPark, when [[THeHero Fanny Price, Price]], a young, compassionate, devoted, [[NiceGirl compassionate]], [[UndyingLoyalty devoted]], but far too submissive [[ExtremeDoormat submissive]] heroine found herself coping with the abuse most of the rich relatives who took her in, [[AllTakeAndNoGive the Bertram family, family]], exerted on her, and the abuse ''Edwardian society'' exerted on its members. After her, Fanny bore all this kindly, while dreaming about winning the heart of the TokenGoodTeammate of her rich relatives's household, the well-intentioned and morally righteous [[KnightInShiningArmor Edmund Bertram. Bertram]]. It could be [[LighterAndSofter a nice, peaceful ride, about a love story, a fearful young lady discovering the dreams which await to be realized, and a time and place which were were]] NotSoDifferent...

But the Modern Narrator comes in and [[MoodWhiplash hits the older narrator with a showel.showel, knocking her out]]. She is a barely grown-up BrattyTeenageDaughter, is SophisticatedAsHell, not even a ChivalrousPervert, and her goal is to use her sociology master degree to attack notions about morality and say "it is NeverMyFault" to everyone. Her subsidiary goal is to viciously deconstruct the novel, and to turn it into a GreyAndGreyMorality tale of money, power, and many a {{ShallowLoveInterest}} obsessing over one another. She picks a new protagonist, Mary Crawford, because she is "beautifuler", "inteligenter", "kewler", and after her, just as decent as everyone because being an [[ItsAllAboutMe egoistical]] GoldDigger is supposed to be considered an ethical no-no only because of societal expectations. She even tries to influence the story in her favour, but happily, she fails.

Meanwhile, [[KnightOfCerebus a dark force force]] works in the shadows : the Eldest narrator (an unstable and possibly evil RacistGrandma who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : she didn't refuse explicitly enough Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that she is a qualmless, depraved, evil, and irredeemable villain in the story. As thus, [[KnightTemplar Thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !
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6th Jul '12 5:40:06 AM Lorialet
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Meanwhile, a dark force works in the shadows : the Eldest narrator (an unstable and possibly evil RacistGrandma who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : after all, she didn't refuse Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that "she is a qualmless, depravated, evil, and irredeemable villain" in the story. As thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !

Oh, did I mention poor Edmund is still in love with a GoldDigger who may or may not return his feelings, Fanny is living under the menace of being thrown out to her old poor, dysfunctionnal and dangerous family home, and Henry Crawford is still flirting with everyone and considering to go too far, despite the fact that his victims will be considered by most of their surroundings as DefiledForever ? This is going to be an enormous mess...

to:

Meanwhile, a dark force works in the shadows : the Eldest narrator (an unstable and possibly evil RacistGrandma who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : after all, she didn't refuse explicitly enough Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that "she she is a qualmless, depravated, depraved, evil, and irredeemable villain" villain in the story. As thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !

Oh, did I mention poor Edmund is still in love with a GoldDigger who may or may not return his feelings, Fanny is living under the menace of being thrown out back to her old poor, dysfunctionnal and dangerous family home, family, and Henry Crawford is still flirting with everyone and considering to go too far, despite the fact that his victims will be considered by most of their surroundings as DefiledForever ? This is going to be an enormous mess...mess...
6th Jul '12 5:36:26 AM Lorialet
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Meanwhile, a dark force works in the shadows : the Oldest narrator (an unstable and evil RacistGrandma who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : after all, she didn't refuse Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that "she is a qualmless, depravated, evil, and irredeemable villain" in the story. As thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !

to:

Meanwhile, a dark force works in the shadows : the Oldest Eldest narrator (an unstable and possibly evil RacistGrandma who proves that you should NeverMessWithGranny and does about everything a PoliticallyIncorrectVillain can accomplish, and brings it UpToEleven) tries much more efficently to make the story fit her edwardian-era opinions about everything. Not even Fanny is safe : after all, she didn't refuse Henry Crawford's attentions, which, after the oldest narrator, means that "she is a qualmless, depravated, evil, and irredeemable villain" in the story. As thus, with all of them, she must EXPIATE !
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