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Persuasion Illustrated - Jane Austen



Publisher: Pan Macmillan

Persuasion Illustrated

Jane Austen's final novel, 'Persuasion', is the story of Anne Elliot, intelligent daughter of a spendthrift baronet, and her love for Frederick Wentworth. Persuaded to refuse his proposition of marriage, Anne spends seven years unhappy until he re-enters her life.

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Jane Austen's final novel, her most mature and wickedly satirical, is the story of Anne Elliott, a woman who gets a second chance at love. To achieve happiness she must learn to trust her own feelings and resist the social pressures of family and friends.Illustrated by Hugh Thomson, with an Afterword by Henry Hitchings.

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Number of Pages 312