How does the series convey a view of the monstrosities of family life?
The series conveys a view of the monstrosities of family life in several different ways. The series adopts a rather negative towards the monstrosities of family life, where it mainly focuses on their reactions towards death, their treatment and mistreatment of others and the way they love their family only as much as they can use them, which ties in with the
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Amelia and her marriage to George, where she marries him because she loves him and not his money. This is made particularly obvious when the men are at war. Amelia is genuinely frightened and worried about George, displayed through her constant grieving and the effective use of silence. However Becky seems to carry on, without any worry for Rawdon and his safety, as she does not love him, but only needs him for his money.