Living in Social Classes in Jane Austin's Novels

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Jane Austin is a great author from the 1800s. I really enjoyed the few books of hers, that I did get around to reading .I enjoyed the movie adaptions even more, Jane focused on things she thought about and used humor to point out the lives of the middle class, the wealthy, nobility, and families in different financial standings, battling to keep up or with their social status. Jane puts most of her focus and writing into the importance of marriage." She lived with her family her entire life and she did not get married. Jane began writing stories as a kid to entertain her friends. In spite of the fact that she had finished writing Pride and Prejudice in 1798, she published her first book, Sense and Sensibility, in 1811. Mansfield Park and Emma came soon after in a couple of years. Austen published her books anonymously. Northanger Abbey and Persuasion were published in 1818, after she died. Jane was a respected as author. In 1925, Sanditon, a book that Jane was in the middle of writing, before she had died was published. In many authors and readers opinions, she was one the best English authors ever. The main line in Pride and Prejudice is "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a wife". This one line says everything; it shows her level of intelligence she used in writing this novel by taking customary subjects, for example, wooing and marriage and cleverly writing about them. Pride and

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