Jane Austen's Letters - Letters 91-100 dated October 11th, 1813 to March 21st, 1814 Summary & Analysis

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Jane tells Cassandra that not much is going on, but her visits are pleasurable and she plans to attend a ball but does not. Jane plans to read Robert Southey's "Life of Nelson" because Frank is mentioned in it. She visits the Fagg family and describes the plain daughters. She suspects that Charles will arrive today and he arrives at seven in the evening. Jane jokes that she is "rather in love" with Mr. Lushington. She also states that she just found out that Mr. Crabbe was married when his wife died. She quips that she will comfort him but not his children. Cassy does not look well when she arrives, but she recovers her looks somewhat until the weather makes her sick again. Jane finds nothing in Mr. Moore's manners...

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