In Jane Austen’s Persuasion love and family is a major thing I learned to see and control just

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In Jane Austen’s Persuasion love and family is a major thing I learned to see and control just because of this book. Jane Austen is a very interesting woman. She is 7 out of 8 kids. Her sister and her Cassandra were very close. Both had plenty of chances of marring and having a family. By 25, she had written 3 books, Persuasion not being one of them. She had written her last book in 1818, Persuasion. In my eyes Jane was a normal England girl. She was homed school, had a big loving family, and perused her dream. She didn’t get the respect she deserved, but did write pretty good books. Jane passed away July 18. 1817, she died of Addison’s disease which is a deadly disease. Jane Austen was one of England’s foremost novelists. She had one…show more content…
In 1815 “Emma” was published then Austen began Persuasion and finished the following year. Soon her health became bad; she had gotten Addison’s disease. Henery bought “Susan” back, and Jane renamed it to “Catherine.” She soon wrote her will, and Cassandra and Jane moved to Winchester. July 18, 1817 Jane passed away she was 41. Her grave site never gave her props of being an author. Persuasion and Northanger Abby were published in December 1817. Henery gave her a “biographical notice” saying she was the author of all these great books. (Sutherland) Some love her some hate her, but Jane Austen is actually loved by many. Some call her a heroine and a heroine is a woman admired of idealized for her courage, outstand achievements, or noble qualities. She just might be a hero to some people. She is very relevant because she talks about stuff that people go through till this day. Like love, money, friendship, and family. I’ve read a lot of websites and they all say she writes with a great sense of irony, humor, and realism. She had real life characters, and real life situations. Who wouldn’t love an author like that who talks about stuff that we are going through, plus she died in 1817. Like people went through what we did almost 200 hundred years ago! You also have people who didn’t like Jane they think she was dull and boring. They claim they cannot get past the first chapter. I think they just said

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