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Monaghan, David, ed. Jane Austen in a Social Context. Barnes & Noble Books, Totowa, NJ, 1981.
Simons, Judy, ed. Mansfield Park and Persuasion. St. Martin's Press, New York, 1997. (A particularly good collection of essays.)
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Regarding Maria Bertram and Mrs. Norris in the last chapter, neither leaves England. When Austen writes that "an establishment [is] being formed for them in another country," she does not mean continental Europe. Here, "country" simply means another part of the same country (most likely somewhere in the countryside). They are still in England.
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