Apr 21, 2021
The Watsons by Jane Austen and Another Lady
Posted by HelenBaker

Miss Austen, at the height of her powers, wrote eighteen thousand words of a delightful story and then abandoned her attempt Everyone who read the fragment regretted her decision Now, every word has been incorporated into a complete novel which, it is to be hoped, should give pleasure to many.

  • Title: The Watsons by Jane Austen and Another Lady
  • Author: HelenBaker
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  • Page: 138
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  • The Watsons by Jane Austen and Another Lady Miss Austen at the height of her powers wrote eighteen thousand words of a delightful story and then abandoned her attempt Everyone who read the fragment regretted her decision Now every word has b

    Teresa

    This is only a fragment of a novel she was working on It had such great promise I read it in one sitting Be warned Don t start this unless you re prepared to be frustrated or sad that there IS no end to be enjoyed However, some consolation, Ann Mychal wrote two books based on and around The Watson s and Sanditon I enjoyed them both immensely If you like this piece, then you will enjoy Ann s books.


    Hafsat(حفصة)

    I liked the story, even though it was a fragment of a novel I wish Austen had completed the novel but all in all,its always an honour to read a piece by a true storyteller I wonder what happened to Tom Musgrave Oh well, I guess I ll never know but i would like to believe that he ended up happy.


    Alexa Adams

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    Helen Baker



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