English author to Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma and Persuasion, was Jane Austen who was born on December 6th, 1775 in Steventon, Hampshire, England. Jane was the seventh child out of eight children of the Rev George Austen, a clergyman of the England Church, and Cassandra Austen. Austen was educated at home, but obtained a broader education then many women at her time, and never dwelled apart from her family. Jane lived quite a remarkably quiet and domestic childhood amid her brothers and other boys whom her father tutored. Her writing took effect early in her childhood when the children would perform plays and charades or even write. Jane’s’ interest in reading started right in her fathers library, which provided textile to the sketches she would write as a little girl. It is said the she even authored her first novel, Love and Friendship, at age 14. Austen also educated herself by doing a lot of reading both deep and well-known writings.
Mr. Austen encourage his daughter Jane so, that he even bought her paper
and a writing desk and on top of that tried to her get a publisher for her writing. He kept supporting Austen’s dreams until his death in 1805. Jane ended up living with her sister and her health-obsessed mother in Southampton. Jane Austen although wrote many of her novels based on love she near did get married herself, even though she had suitors and romantic dreams. Even her sister Cassandra never wed as well and her brother became a clergyman and two other were in the navy and sadly one was mentally retarded so he had to be taken of a local family.
Jane’s novels were writing with a sense of wittiness,...