From a distance, everything in the painting seems well and fun. But when you zoom into the painting, you will find more details that contradict what you originally thought. There are many details like this. In one part of the background, there is a canoe that a few men are rowing. They seem extremely tired from this work. Although the Dashwood's situation may seem pleasant and stress-free, upon closer examination, you can see that it is not that simple.
This book has many tones. Ignorance and love are the two most prominent tones in this book. Love is what drive this characters to make their decisions. With love comes ignorance. At times, Elinor and Marianne were ignorant to what was really happening. As a result, the girls felt both heartbreak and love.