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Jane Austen's Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Letters 111-120 dated November 24th, 1814 to September 29th, 1815 Summary

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Letters 111-120 dated November 24th, 1814 to September 29th, 1815 Summary and Analysis

Jane writes to Anna Lefroy nee Austen that Mrs. Creed's opinion is now less important to her because of her disapprobation of "Mansfield Park". Jane threatens to write an imitation of "Self-Controul" in retaliation. She regrets that she is unlikely to visit Hendon, Anna's new home. She would like to visit but is just too busy. Jane goes to see the play "Isabella, or the Fatal Marriage" by David Garrick but is not pleased with the actors; however, she admits that she is seldom satisfied with acting. Jane praises Anna's book and her speed in writing. Based on the plot in Anna's book, Jane jokes that Ben, Anna's husband, was in love with Aunt Jane first. Jane enjoys Anna's description of her visit to town, but is unable to accept her...

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