Characters: Mansfield Park The Epic Clash Of Narrators
Beware the Nice Ones: She won't hurt you, but she can thwart your plans, if she thinks they are self-serving or insensitive.
Establishing Character Moment: When Edmund, with whom she is in love, announces her that he is completely fascinated by Mary Crawford, and asks her what she thinks, she pauses, thinks... and says that she was very polite to her and is very beautiful.
The Fettered: Others must always feel their importance and know that there is somewhere they can go to when in need, no matter how much it costs to her... or how much she wants to put them in orbit around Mars.
No Social Skills: Miss Crawford has very beautiful things on her ears, oh, yes this is how it is called... Well and her hair is very, very...
Not so Above It All: She is very flattered by Miss Crawford's friendship and Henry Crawford's admiration, and even more because she thinks that their motives are at least partly shallow: it proves that she, too, must have gifts which attract even shallow people. She also depsises most of her birth family despite her best efforts to hide it, though it has nothing to do with their social status
Never My Fault: Subverted : she tries to deconstruct these stories because they make her feel guilty for having abandonned the family buisness of narrating classics and narrating young adult vampire novels.