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Could you please check these sentences, please? Thank you.


1) Jane Austen appeared on the literary scene with her novel of manners based on the premise (synonym?) that there is (was?) a vital relationship between manners, social behavior and character.
2) They are usually set in the upper and middle levels of society, usually in the country.
3) They mainly deal with personal relationships, class distinctions and their effect on character and behavior.
4) She is partly justified because Mr Bennet’s estate is entailed so that, on his death, it will pass to his cousin, Mr Collins and his daughters will inherit nothing.
5) A rich young bachelor, Mr Bingley, takes up residence at Netherfield, a nearby estate, bringing with him his two sisters and his wealthy friend, Fitzwilliam Darcy

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  1. 1) Jane Austen appeared on the literary scene with her novel of manners based on the idea that there is a vital relationship among manners, social behavior, and character.

    2) Her novels are usually set in the upper and middle levels of society, usually in the country.

    3) They mainly deal with personal relationships, as well as class distinctions and their effects on character and behavior.

    4) She is partly justified because Mr Bennet’s estate is set up so that, on his death, it will pass to his cousin, Mr Collins, and his daughters will inherit nothing.

    5) A rich young bachelor, Mr Bingley, takes up residence at Netherfield, a nearby estate, bringing with him his two sisters and his wealthy friend, Fitzwilliam Darcy.

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