Need online help Sense And Sensibility: One of the tenets

One of the tenets of Romanticism is that instinct and emotion are better moral guides than reason. At one point in the book, Marianne tells Elinor that if she (Marianne) were doing anything wrong, she (Marianne) would know it.

Do people usually know when they’re doing something wrong?

Do you think Austen thinks so?

Does Marianne do anything wrong?

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