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Jane Austen

By Jane Austen
Jane Austen by Jane Austen digital book - Fable

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Jane Austen was born in Hampshire in 1775. Best known for her six highly-acclaimed - and enduringly popular - novels, she was also a respected, witty and insightful poet. Her poems, like her novels, often reflect the themes of a woman's dependence on marriage in order to secure a settled future although she herself never married and as such was an independent woman. Much of her work was originally published anonymously, so her widespread fame came largely after her death in 1817.

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“I used this edition to read Mansfield Park as I surprisingly don't own the book as a single edition. After finishing I am sure not to buy one in the future either as it is my least favourite Austen so far. I just can't shake the feeling of Fanny being an afterthought which depressed me greatly while reading.”

About Jane Austen

Jane Austen was born in Hampshire in 1775. Best known for her six highly-acclaimed - and enduringly popular - novels, she was also a respected, witty and insightful poet. Her poems, like her novels, often reflect the themes of a woman's dependence on marriage in order to secure a settled future although she herself never married and as such was an independent woman. Much of her work was originally published anonymously, so her widespread fame came largely after her death in 1817.

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