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Becoming Jane Austen Summary í 104 Â [Read] ➱ Becoming Jane Austen By Jon Spence – Goproled.co.uk Jon Spence's fascinating biography of Jane Austen paints an intimate portrait of the much loved novelist Spence's meticulous research has perhaps most notably uncovered evidence that Austen and the ch Jon Spence's fascinating biography Jon Spence's fascinating biography of Jane Austen paints an intimate portrait of the much loved novelist Spence's meticulous research has perhaps most notably uncovered evidence that Austen and the charming young Irishman Tom Lefroy fell in love at the age of twenty and that the relationship inspired Pride and Prejudice one of the most celebrated works of fiction. Very enjoyable and interesting especially about Jane's father and his two sisters and half brother and how Jane's cousin Eliza was born in India Eliza was very well educated as a child by private tutors in London and spoke fluent French I don't understand why most of Eliza's letters have not survived only some to her cousin Philly the daughter of her mother and Mr Austen's half brother She must have written to uite a few people including Jane and Jane to her Also poetry by Jane's mother and some of her brothers has survived but nothing by Eliza Eliza's first husband died by guillotine in France and she later married Jane's brother her cousin Henry Eliza died in 1813 in London and Jane was with her when she died Did Henry and Cassandra destroy Eliza's letters and those sent to her and if so why I have read a few books about Jane Austen but none have really speculated about this I enjoyed this book as it gives detail about Eliza who really deserves a full biography of her own

Becoming Jane AustenJon Spence's fascinating biography of Jane Austen paints an intimate portrait of the much loved novelist Spence's meticulous research has perhaps most notably uncovered evidence that Austen and the charming young Irishman Tom Lefroy fell in love at the age of twenty and that the relationship inspired Pride and Prejudice one of the most celebrated works of fiction. Very enjoyable and interesting especially about Jane's father and his two sisters and half brother and how Jane's cousin Eliza was born in India Eliza was very well educated as a child by private tutors in London and spoke fluent French I don't understand why most of Eliza's letters have not survived only some to her cousin Philly the daughter of her mother and Mr Austen's half brother She must have written to uite a few people including Jane and Jane to her Also poetry by Jane's mother and some of her brothers has survived but nothing by Eliza Eliza's first husband died by guillotine in France and she later married Jane's brother her cousin Henry Eliza died in 1813 in London and Jane was with her when she died Did Henry and Cassandra destroy Eliza's letters and those sent to her and if so why I have read a few books about Jane Austen but none have really speculated about this I enjoyed this book as it gives detail about Eliza who really deserves a full biography of her own

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Becoming Jane Austen ò And with an attentive eye for detail Spence explores Jane Austen's emotional attachments and the personal influences that shaped her as a novelist His elegant narrative provides a point of entry into Jane Austen's world as she herself perceived and experienced it It is a world familiar to us from her novels but in Becoming Jane Austen Austen herself is the heroin. Some new insights into Jane Austen's life for me in any case characters ß PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Jon Spence

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Jon Spence ✓ 4 Summary Ever written Becoming Jane Becoming Jane PDF Austen gives the fullest account we have of the romance which wasserious andenduring than previously believed Seeing this love story in the context of Jane Austen's whole life enables us to appreciate the profound effect the relationship had on her art and on subseuent choices that she made in her lifeFull of insight. My wife is very pleased with this book