Jane Austen's Letters Topics for Discussion

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How do you think that the lack of letters to Jane Austen helps or hurts the collection?

Why does Jane Austen put such an emphasis on her reading and theatre attendance?

What is the significance of Jane Austen's excitement concerning the approbation of her novels, specifically by her brothers?

Given the social standards of the time, how would it be viewed that Jane Austen was an unmarried novelist?

What characteristics does Jane Austen seem to value in women? In men?

Why do Jane and Cassandra Austen travel so much?

What is your opinion of Jane Austen's learning and intellect?

What increases your opinion of Jane Austen as a novelist?

What detracts from your opinion of Jane Austen as a novelist?

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