Jane Austen's Letters Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Jane writes to James Stanier Clarke, asking permission to do what? (from Letters 121-130 dated October 17th, 1815 to December 11th, 1815)

2.

Jane praises Eaton Stannard Barrett's "The Heroine" as being amusingly written in what style? (from Letters 91-100 dated October 11th, 1813 to March 21st, 1814)

3.

Why does Jane lament Fanny's pending marriage? (from Letters 151-158 dated February 20th, 1817 to April 27th, 1817)

4.

Jane's reference to Methuselah in her letter to Fanny Knight proves her familiarity with what? (from Letters 151-158 dated February 20th, 1817 to April 27th, 1817)

5.

Jane is also displeased with the final chapter and advises her niece to stick to what she knows. What does she believe her niece knows? (from Letters 101-110 dated June 14th, 1814 to November 22nd, 1814)

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