Jane Austen's Letters - Letters 61-70 dated November 20th, 1808 to April 20th, 1811 Summary & Analysis

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Frank plans to go to Godmersham while Cassandra visits Goodnestone. Edward hires a new manservant. Jane's aunt expects some sort of evil to occur in the family. Jane quotes Hester Piozzi in "Letters to and from the late Samuel Johnson" in praise of Mr. Deedes' writing abilities. Mrs. Knight promotes a match between Jane and Mr. Papillon, and Jane jokes that she will marry him despite his or her own reluctance because of the good lady's interest in the matter. Jane means to go to as many balls as possible this season and describes one that is comprised of thirty couples where she is asked to dance. Her aunt and uncle offer James an allowance of one hundred pounds a year, and James plans to keep two more horses. Mrs. Austen...

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