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Throughout the novelette there are narrative markers that allow the reader to trace changes in the protagonist and that indicate Brontë’s efforts to convey a greater psychological realism. The focus of Caroline Vernon is on puberty and the disastrous results of an impassioned imagination and lack of parental modeling. Caroline is eventually seduced by her guardian the Duke of Zamorna, a man married to her sister and with a bevy of mistresses. She is just another pawn in the power play between Zamorna and Northangerland.
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