JUVENILIA

When a young girl, Jane Austen’s father gave her three notebooks, each with a cover of vellum, leather for binding books. Jane made a fair copy—a neat handwritten copy—of over 25 stories into these notebooks Volume the First, Volume the Second, and Volume the Third. These are her Juvenilia—stories, poems, and scraps written while growing up.

Click below to download and print a summary and laughable quotes from Jane Austen’s Juvenilia piece, “THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND”

Jane Austen’s The History of England Summary

CLICK HERE to read Jane Austen’s “The History of England” online.
(When you get to that site, follow the link at the bottom of the page to visit the British Library’s site called TURNING THE PAGES. Once on that site, choose to click on Jane Austen’s virtual book “The History of England.”)

Click below to download and print a summary and laughable quotes from Jane Austen’s Juvenilia piece, “LOVE AND FREINDSHIP”

Jane Austen’s Love and Freindship Summary

CLICK HERE to read Jane Austen’s “Love and Freindship” online
(Jane misspelled “friendship” in this piece just as she did most words that had an “ie” in the middle.)

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