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Jane Austen's Letters Chapter Summary & Analysis - Letters 159-161 and CEAs 1-3 dated May 22nd, 1817 to July 29th, 1817 Summary

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Letters 159-161 and CEAs 1-3 dated May 22nd, 1817 to July 29th, 1817 Summary and Analysis

Jane writes to Anne Sharp that she has been very ill but is feeling better. She is touched by the kindness of her family and praises Cassandra's nursing. Jane goes to Winchester to improve her health. She writes James-Edward Austen that their lodgings at Winchester are comfortable and she is gaining strength very fast. Her final letter is to Frances Tilson, stating that her attendant is encouraging and talks of making her well. Jane believes she could not ask for a better nurse than Cassandra.

Cassandra writes Fanny Knight to tell her that their loss is sad. She assures Fanny that Jane loved her very much and Fanny's letters gave Jane much pleasure during her illness. Jane's complaint returned on Tuesday and she was barely...

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