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Jane Austen's Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Letters 131-140 dated December 11th, 1815 to April 21st, 1816 Summary

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Letters 131-140 dated December 11th, 1815 to April 21st, 1816 Summary and Analysis

John Murray advises Jane of the proper place to situate a dedication in a book, and she thanks him for the correction. Jane writes James Stanier Clarke advising that a copy of "Emma" is to be sent to the prince regent, care of James Stanier Clarke. She thanks him for his praise of her writing but fears that her fourth novel will dishonor her first three novels. He responds that he read only a few pages of "Emma" before passing it on to the prince regent. He praises Jane's writing and begs her to continue to write. He offers his library to her pleasure and promises to send her a copy of the second edition of his book, "Of Life of King James II"; unfortunately, it never made it to a...

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