Jane Austen's Letters - Study Guide Letters 71-80 dated April 25th, 1811 to February 4th, 1813 Summary & Analysis

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Jane is thrilled with her and Cassandra's newest nephew. She describes her plans for "Sense and Sensibility" for the first time, and she believes that Mrs. Knight will like Elinor. She enjoys the party and praises one female singer particularly. A rumor circulates that Charles is bringing the 'Cleopatra' home. Jane sees Isaac Bickerstaffe's play, "The Hypocrite", which is taken from Moliere's "Tartuffe". Jane mentions Mary Brunton's "Self-Controul", and sends her poetry to Edward and his daughter, reminding Edward of his promise to escort Cassandra to town. Jane's aunt has never gotten rid of her winter disorder. Jane updates Cassandra on their plans for the garden and livestock. She also relates Anna's social engagements and is excited that Miss Benn is supposed to visit her. She provides details of Miss Sharp's...

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