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Jane Austen's Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Letters 41-50 dated January 22nd, 1805 to February 9th, 1807 Summary

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Letters 41-50 dated January 22nd, 1805 to February 9th, 1807 Summary and Analysis

Jane learns from Cassandra that Frank may be at Portsmouth by now and rewrites her previous later concerning her father's death, adding her praise of the serenity of the corpse and directing it to Portsmouth. Mrs. Austen finds her deceased husband's compass, sun-dial and scissors and wants Frank to accept them. Jane writes her brother to ask him where he wants them sent. Jane enjoys the nice weather and hopes Cassandra profits by it as well. She visits Miss Irvine in the evening and sees Miss Chamberlayne perform on horseback, which reminds her of Miss Lefroy's performance on horseback. Jane fears that Cassandra will relapse and does not believe her sister's report that she is already much better. Jane sees the Bullers and Mr. Buller is very sick and plans to...

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