Best Quotes by Jane Austen, Top Famous Jane Austen Quotes
Nationality: England Profession: Author, Novelist and Writer From: December 16, 1775 To July 18, 1817 42 Years
Jane Austen was born in 16 December 1775 at Hampshire England. She was born in a wealthy, respected and an educated family her family was the well known because of his respect in whole the Merchants.
She gained her early education from the Reading Abbey Girls High school in the 1785.
A famous English novelist who is well known because of her six major novels that she writes on dependence of the woman on marriage in the pursuit of favorable social standings and economic security. She achieved herself as a great writer and the famous author she writes a numbers of the novels. She writes two additional novels named Northanger Abbey and other one is Persuasion both are published in 1818. There are not much biographical information’s about the life of Jane Austen there are few letters written to her family members and from her notes that shows her biography. In her whole life she writes 3,000 letters and only 160 words she writes about survive. In 1804 she wants to write a novel but she did not complete it this novel name was Watsons. When she was in chaw ton Jane Austen writes four novels that were published by a publisher Thomas Edgerton. Jane Austen’s these novels became so famous and gave her great popularity in public she was an extensive writer she writes many books, novels, screen plays and quotes about every field of life she writes many quotes in every categories ‘like love, life, positive, inspiring and motive she said in her famous positive quote:
“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves; vanity, to what we would have others think of us”
This great writer was the queen of her profession she was the need of the time but know she is not with us she goes from this world in 18 July 1817 at the age 41 years at Hampshire England.