Jane Austen

Jane Austin's first literary attempts date from 1787 (she was 12 years old at the time).

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Between 1787 and 1793, she wrote stories and farces (including humorous short stories and a history of England, illustrated by her sister Cassandra), which initially provided entertainment only for her family. Her early works were characterized by the eloquence and keen observation. Between 1795 and 1799, the first drafts of her novels "First Impressions" and "Lady Susan" were written and eventually published many years later as "Pride and Prejudice" and "Northanger Abbey."
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