Jane Austen's Letters - Letters 51-60 dated February 20th, 1807 to October 25th, 1808 Summary & Analysis

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Jane is disappointed that Cassandra is staying away from home longer. The Austens' journey to Kent will include Frank if he is not employed at the time. Martha visits on Tuesday. Jane is reading Joseph Barretti's "Account of the Manners and Customs of Italy" and refers to Anne Grant's "Letters from the Mountains". Jane's quarters in Bath are not comfortable, and she travels to Godmersham, but that is also uncomfortable without Cassandra. She describes her nephews and nieces, saying Fanny grows well. Her visit is going to be rather short, but Jane is enjoying the beauty of Southampton despite her languor and illness. She reads "Two Sermons" by Rev. T. Jefferson to Edward and visits Miss Maria. Jane visits Canterbury where she receives an affectionate welcome from Harriet. Edward still intends...

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