Jane Austen's Letters - Letters 141-150 dated June 25th, 1816 to January 24th, 1817 Summary & Analysis

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Cassy thanks Anna for sending her a book and Jane tells Anna that she left her gloves by the piano. Jane tells James-Edward Austen that his mother is invited to visit when she is well again. She praises Caroline's handwriting and her story, "Carolina". Jane tells Caroline that Mary Jane passed her time at Chawton pleasantly and is surprised that she does not miss Cassy as much as she expected she would. Edward visits, which is a great pleasure to Jane, especially as he is writing a clever novel. She also looks forward to Henry visiting soon. Once Cassandra returns home, Charles and his family are supposed to visit as well. She fills Cassandra in on what is going on with the rest of their family. Jane is unable to write...

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