The year was 1787. Delegates were gathering up in Philadelphia to draw up the US constitution, Russia had declared war on Turkey, and an 11-year-old Jane Austen had just begun writing poems and stories for her family’s entertainment. Years later, somewhere around 1796, Austen wrote her first full-length novel, Elinor and Marianne, which was published […]jane austen: The witty feminist — International Journal of Research (IJR)
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Jane Austen! The personality you cannot ignore. So your post is absolutely concurrent.
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