Jane Austen is an 18th-century English writer known for her major six novels. Her ideas were very revolutionary. Much has been written about women’s freedom in her novels. Her novels are well combined with humor and social commentary.
Not much information has been received about Jane Austen’s life and the information that has been received is from letters written by her family. Austen wrote 3,000 letters in his life but only 161 have been received. In this post, we see some Jane Austen Quotes and about her life.
Who Is Jane Austen?
Jane Austen’s real name is Janus George Austen. She was an English novelist best known for his 6 major novels, Thereby interpreting, criticizing and commenting on the Gentry of the British.
She was born on December 16, 1775 in Steventon Village, Hampshire, England. His father’s name was Reverend George Austen, a scholar. And her mother Cassandra Austen was a poet and writer famous for her verses and stories.
Jane Austen Education :
In 1783, Austen and her sister went to Oxford with Mrs. Ann Kavale to study. But she came back soon. After that, in 1785, they studied at Abbey Girls’ Boarding School, but after a few days, they were forced to leave school due to the family’s poverty.
After that, further studies were done by her father and brothers James and Henry. Jane was more into interested in writing and drawing. His father helps him with all kinds of expensive paper and other materials.
She gradually developed the skill of writing and Her writings first appeared in 1787. After that, she has written many books until 1793.
But unfortunately, there are only three books left of him which are written in the manuscript. Which are Volume the First, Volume the Second, and Volume Third. These include plays, verses, short novels and other prose that have a particularly passionate novel and comedy style.
Among them, she has written very extraordinarily about Lady Susan, which is about a woman with a powerful personality. This is extraordinary because, in the time of 1793, women had no special place in society.
Austen’s novel is written very deeply about love and marriage. Also, Jane’s plot frequently explores women’s dependence on marriage in search of favorable social stability and economic security.
Jane introduced Watson in 1804 but soon left. In 1804 her dearest friend, Mrs. Anne Lefroy died suddenly, and in January 1805 her father died in Bath. Critics praised the novels for their morality, romantic sweetness and entertainment.
Why Did Jane Austen Not Finish Sanditon :
In the last 18 months of her life, she was busy writing. She had a fatal disease. She proceeded to write “Sanditon” but due to his ill health, the novel remained incomplete.
How Did Jane Austen Die?
In her poor condition, she was placed under the supervision of a specialist in Winchester. She died of a rare illness called Addison’s disease on 18 July and was buried six days later at Winchester Cathedral.
She’s compositions criticize sensibility novels of the late 19th century and are part of the transition to literary realism of the 19th century. She is inspired by many complex essays and literary works. Austen’s novels have inspired many films.
We know a lot about Jane, in the last let’s see some Jane Austen quotes about love, friendship and life.
Jane Austen Quotes With Images :
I will do anything for the people who are really my friends.
The imagination of a woman is very fast; It goes from admiration to love and from love in a moment to marriage.
A person can be proud without being wasted.
Angry people are not always wise.
I could easily forgive his pride if he had not insulted me.
Friendship is definitely the best balm for the agony of unsuccessful love.
I don’t want people to agree more with me, because it saves me from the trouble of liking them a lot.
I have no desire to love people because it is not my nature.
I have not had the pleasure of understanding you properly.
I may have lost my heart in love, but not my self-control.
We must learn to be content with the happiness we want to win.
Our emotions should not be suppressed.
It is not what we speak or thinks that defines us, but what we do that defines us.
Silly things stop being silly if sensible people do it.
Laugh as much as you want, but I think you will not laugh.
When I fall in love, this love will last forever.
The more we know the world, the more we are convinced from inside.
You are very generous to talk small things with me.
The more we see and understand the world, the more we become dissatisfied with it.
There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.
My heart has been pounding since the first moment I saw him.
Vanity and pride are different things, though often everyone finds these words synonymous.
There is no enjoyment like reading!
You have pierced my soul. I am half suffering, half hope… I have not loved anyone but you.