The heroine of Mansfield Park is Fanny Price. She's been raised by her wealthy aunt and uncle, but has no money and no real marital prospects herself. When family friends, the lively and appealing siblings Henry and Mary Crawford, come to stay, Mansfield Park is transformed into a different place. Henry takes an interest in Fanny, and so begins a series of romantic entanglements between Fanny, her cousins, and the Crawfords. It has been argued that this is the most controversial of Austen's novels, and Fanny is a much discussed character. She is perhaps one of the more prominent Austen characters that is least relateable today.