Jane Austen's Letters - Study Guide Letters 11-20 dated November 17th, 1798 to June 2nd, 1799 Summary & Analysis

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Jane is pleased to tell Cassandra that their mother has not had a relapse and is doing much better. Mrs. Lefroy visits but does not mention Tom. When Mr. Austen enquires about Tom, she tells him that her nephew is studying for the bar in London and sends his regrets to Mrs. Austen on her illness. Jane anticipates a mutual indifferent between Tom and her. Mrs. Austen praises Jane for being a good housekeeper. Christian is consumptive, Mary has rheumatism and a son, and Mrs. Coulthard and Anne both died in childbirth. Jane calls on Betty Londe, who misses Cassandra and sends her greetings. Jane informs Cassandra that Mrs. Austen and Mary are both doing much better. Jane plans to attend a small ball on Thursday. Jane is glad that Henry's...

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