Jane Austen's Letters Setting & Symbolism

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Steventon

Steventon, Hants is the village where the Austens lived and where Rev. George Austen was the rectory.

Kintbury

Kintbury, Berks is the Fowles' home which is situated across the river from Rev. John Craven.

Rowling

Rowling, Kent is the Bridges' small country home.

Dartford

Dartford, Kent is a marketing and manufacturing town which Jane and Cassandra Austen passed through several times on their journeys.

Godmersham Park

Godmersham Park, Kent is Edward Austen-Knight's main estate that he inherited from his distant cousin.

Bath

Bath, Somerset is a fashionable inland spa city that many people visited to improve their health. The Austens retired and moved to Bath, where they lived from 1801-1806. Rev. George Austen died in Bath.

Manydown

Manydown, Hants is the Bigg-Withers' home where Jane and Cassandra Austen visited frequently.

Ibthorpe

Ibthorpe, Hants is the Lloyds' home. Martha Lloyd remained living with her mother in Ibthorpe after...

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