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Fanny between chains and roses fabric by dinorahdesign on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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The note "My very dear Fanny" written by Edmund, is a treasure for Fanny, even more than an object... "... she seized the scrap of paper on which Edmund had begun writing to her, as a treasure beyond all her hopes, and reading with the tenderest emotion these words, “My very dear Fanny, you must do me the favour to accept” locked it up with the chain, as the dearest part of the gift. It was the only thing approaching to a letter which she had ever received from him; she might never receive another; it was impossible that she ever should receive another so perfectly gratifying in the occasion and the style."

Fanny between chains and roses

By: dinorahdesign
This design is inspired by Fanny Price character in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park novel. The chains represents the choice between two men. However, Fanny does not have the possibility to make a concrete choice in the matter: for a time, she wears both...
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