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Scraps - To Miss FANNY CATHERINE AUSTEN Post by :runtonk Category :Nonfictions Author :Jane Austen Date :May 2011 Read :1113

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To Miss FANNY CATHERINE AUSTEN

MY Dear Neice
As I am prevented by the great distance between Rowling and
Steventon from superintending your Education myself, the care of
which will probably on that account devolve on your Father and
Mother, I think it is my particular Duty to Prevent your feeling
as much as possible the want of my personal instructions, by
addressing to you on paper my Opinions and Admonitions on the
conduct of Young Women, which you will find expressed in the
following pages.--
I am my dear Neice
Your affectionate Aunt
The Author.

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