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Jane Austen's Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Letters 81-90 dated February 9th, 1813 to September 25th, 1813 Summary

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Letters 81-90 dated February 9th, 1813 to September 25th, 1813 Summary and Analysis

Fanny Knight praises Elizabeth Bennett and Mr. Darcy's characters. Jane decides to tell Anna that she is the anonymous author of "Pride and Prejudice" and "Sense and Sensibility". She mentions reading Maria Edgeworth's "Tale from Fashionable Life". Jane writes to Martha Lloyd that Mrs. Austen has been ill, and Jane will be busy for the next few days. Miss Benn is driven from Old Philmore's house. Charles is the most comfortable and successful member of the family. This perhaps alludes to Charles supporting Mrs. Austen, Jane and Cassandra. Cassy plans to go to Chawton. Jane discusses her rainy journey and her plans to visit friends and family while she is away. Henry takes Jane to see the Exhibition in Spring Gardens, and Jane is pleased at a small portrait of "Mrs...

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