In "Sense and Sensibility" there are two sisters Marianne and Elinor that are the complete opposite when it comes to their mindset. Throughout the novel you can see Marianne as "sensibility" as she is more sensitive and utilizes empathy to control her decisions. Marianne is known as headstrong and does not use logic, and tackles situations headlong as said by her sister Elinor. On the contrary, Elinor is the older sister and is the "Sense" in "Sense and Sensibility". Elinor is the more responsible and logical sister, She utilizes logic to control her decisions rather than her emotions.
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The novel sense and sensibility focused on the dichotomy of the Dashwood Sister, even the title showing the dichotomy. One was "sense" and the other was "sensibility". The older sister, Elinor Dashwood represent the "sense". She deals with reason. She was was responsible. She also shows care for the welfare of others. While the younger sister, Marianne Dashwood, shows the "sensible". Characterized by her emotions and her amorous passion. She was spontaneous as well as impulsive. This can be seen in their love affairs, while the older sister shows restraint in showing her emotion to Edward Ferrars. Her sister had no regard for restraint whatsoever, and was vocal on her feeling for John Willoughby.
<span>I Got You means that whatever happens, having someone with you is enough, and you'd be willing to sacrifice to save that person from suffering. In the second verse of the song, it shows that even how much you plan things, everything won't just work out right. So, just be with the one who will also choose to stay with you for better or worse. </span>