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Elinor is always willing to apply a cautionary hand and command others to hold for some time. Elinor does not express her emotions fully and fails to allow personal troubles and frustrations affect how she behaves towards others. She is a stoical personality; whereby after suffering from realizing about Edward’s engagement to Lucy continues befriending Lucy irrespective the heartbreak. Elinor demonstrates how sense guides emotions. Is the character a vehicle for Austen’s social satire and the narrator’s biting social commentary? Is the character a foil to one the main characters and if so, to what end? Does the character advance the plot in crucial ways? Or perhaps the character embodies a set of social pressures, expectations or values and brings them to bear on a central character and story line? What work does the character do in and for the novel? Reference .

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