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Jane Austen Fun Facts

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Jane Austen had two novels published together in 1817, after her death.
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While helping to define the novel of manners that were popular during her life, Jane Austen's books remained popular for two centuries after her death.
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Jane Austen's father was the rector in the village where she was born. She was the seventh child out of eight, and the second girl.
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Neither Jane nor her sister Cassandra ever married. Their father encouraged a love of learning.
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When Pride and Prejudice was submitted for publishing, it was turned down at first. It is now Jane Austen's most famous work.
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All of Jane's novels were published anonymously between 1811 and 1817, with Northanger Abby being published posthumously.
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Emma was the last novel published (in 1815) before Jane Austen's death.
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Jane's sister destroyed many of Jane's letters after her death, so it is difficult to piece together Jane's romantic life.
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George IV, then the prince regent, enjoyed Jane Austen's novels so much that he kept a full set of the works at each of his residences.
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Jane Austen was 41 when she died. It was thought at the time she had bile, or an imbalance of the humors.