Jane Austen's Letters Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Letters 1-10 dated January 9th, 1796 to October 28th, 1798

• Jane Austen writes to her sister, Cassandra, and recounts the previous night's ball, including information about Jane's love, Tom Lefroy, their brother Charles, and Cassandra's fianc√©, Tom Fowle.

• In her next letter, Jane thanks Cassandra for the letters she has received from her sister and Mary and wishes to see them sooner.

• Jane laments over Tom Lefroy's upcoming marriage to another.

• In her letter Jane discusses everything from her sister's writing, to her brother's health, to her opinion of popular gowns and other gossip.
• Jane continues to talk about balls and those in the community and gives advice to her sister.

• Jane writes to her cousin, Miss Walter Seal, in American to offer her condolences on the loss of Miss Seal's father.

• Jane writes to Cassandra that Jane and their parents have arrived in Rochester; she discusses the journey, books...

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