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This is mearly an Example of a Student work. An acutal work should be longer, and more indepth.
There should be several references
Jane Austen<br />Mara Fox<br />
Early Life<br />Born: December 16, 1775 to George and Cassandra Leigh Austen<br />Father was a cergyman<br />Mother was of minor gentry class, related distantly to titled people<br />6 brothers<br />1 sister<br />
George Austen<br />Educated at Oxford and Tonbridge<br />Was cleric because of wealthy family member, Thomas Knight of Godmersham Park, Kent<br />The Knights later adopted Edward Austen as their son and heir<br />
Elizabeth (Eliza) Hancock <br />Cousin to Jane<br />Married Jean Capotte, French aristocrat<br />Married Henry Austen when Capotte was beheaded during French Revolution<br />
Madam Lefroy<br />Sister of Kentish squire Sir Samuel EgertonBrydges<br />‘Took up’ Austen and encouraged her intellectual growth.<br />
Pride and Prejudice: A Novel<br />The story of Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, one of Austens best known books, in which two people who seem to hate each other, fall in love despite the help and interference of those around them, as well as themselves.<br />
Sense and Sensibility: A Novel<br />The story of the courtship of two sisters, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood<br />
Northanger Abbey<br />Considered Austen’s earlietssubstancial work<br />Story of Christine Morland, a young woman thrown into a semblance of a courtship who is noticed by the youngest son of General.<br />
Mansfeild Park: A novel<br />Story of Fanny Price, who is removed from her family and treated like an outcast.<br />
Austen become seriously ill in March 1817 and dies on July 18, 1817 before Northanger Abbey is published<br />
Works Cited<br />Lady,, By A. "Jane Austen Biography." UNet Users' Home Pages. Web. 11 Dec. 2010. <http://people.brandeis.edu/~teuber/austenbio.html><br />