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Late eighteenth and twenty-first-century literary styles are well combined, and lively characterisation provides an engaging text which creates a typical Austen short novel around Jenny�s whirlwind romance. Sigmund Freud (Alan Arkin) in Vienna; also with Robert Duvall as Dr. Unfortunately, we don't know what exactly happened at Milvan Bridge, because the dear Emperor kept changing his story and telling different versions of the events to different people. Illustrated with delightful and informative pen and ink images, this is a recreation of the home life of the fifteen-year-old Jane Austen, seen through the fictional diary entries of her cousin Jane (Jenny) Cooper.

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Publisher: Warner Books, Incorporated (2002)

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