Jane Austen's Letters - Letters 101-110 dated June 14th, 1814 to November 22nd, 1814 Summary & Analysis

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Jane spends a comfortable hour at Grafton House. She accepts an invitation to visit the Cookes and wants Cassandra to join her there. She is pleased that the Cookes admire "Mansfield Park". Frank's visit is delayed by naval business. Jane does not want Henry to take her to town but admits that she cannot say "no" if he offers because it is a thoughtful offer. She hopes that Sir William will marry Miss Sharpe. Jane describes the balls she attends and the visits she pays. She plans to visit Henrietta Street soon. James and Edward are due to arrive on Wednesday. Jane believes that Henry will marry his Hanwell favorite soon, and she may travel to Chawton with Henry. She tells Martha Lloyd that Henry is taking Jane through Chawton on...

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