ABOUT JANE AUSTEN

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(See also the diagram of Jane Austen's literary influences). See the Index of allusions to books and authors in Jane Austen's writings. In 1782 and 1784, plays were staged by the Austen family at Steventon rectory, and in 1787-1788 more elaborate productions were put on there under the influence of Jane's sophisticated grown-up cousin Eliza de Feuillide (to whom Love and Freindship is dedicated)...
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This throws an interesting light on Jane Austen's apparent disapproval of such amateur theatricals in her novel Mansfield Park (though Mansfield Park was written over twenty years afterwards, in a moral climate closer to the Victorian era; also, in 1788 one Charlotte Anne Frances Wattell eloped to Scotland with a son of the scandal-plagued Twistleton family, remotely connected by marriage with Jane Austen's family -- Mr...
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