Sanditon: Easyread Large Bold Edition

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Createspace Independent Pub, Mar 14, 2009 - Fiction - 112 pages
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Jane Austen wrote Sanditon (1817) while she was extremely ill, and the novel was left incomplete at her death. A modern and ideal town is set up by some people who have moved out of their ancestral homes to form a community of their own liking. Austen also intertwines the attitudes of hypochondriac patients and studies their weaknesses.

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User Review  - Bernie McBear - Goodreads

I read Sanditon knowing ahead of time that it was incomplete but I didn't know how long it was. However when I reached the end it seemed complete. I appear to have read a version completed by someone ... Read full review

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User Review  - JJ Howard - Goodreads

How does one write a review of an unfinished work? Well, one might as well write a partial review, I suppose. The denizens of Sanditon, both the long-settled and newly imported, are an intriguing lot ... Read full review

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