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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Review: Sanditon: Jane Austen's Last Novel CompletedUser Review - Kressel Housman - Goodreads
If you're a Jane Austen fan, you may already know about “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries,” a retelling of Pride and Prejudice as a 21st century vlog. The characters even have Facebook and Twitter accounts ... Read full review
Review: Sanditon: Jane Austen's Last Novel CompletedUser Review - April - Goodreads
I really enjoyed this book. Anne Telscombe managed to sound similar to Austen. The plot and characters were well-developed, and the ending didn't feel rushed as Julia Barrett's did. I particularly enjoyed Telscombe's portrayal of Sydney. I would highly recommend this to all Austen fans. Read full review
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