Autograph note, [1816-1817].


Autograph note, [1816-1817].

Concerning the dates of composition for three of her novels, Mansfield Park (Feb. 1811-June 1813), Persuasion (8 Aug. 1815-6 Aug. 1816), and Emma (21 Jan. 1814-29 Mar. 1815).

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