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Jane Austen died on 18 July, 1817

So Jane: Crafts and Recipes for an Austen-Inspired LifeJane Austen died on 18 July 1817 in Winchester, England. She was 41 years old. Jane Austen is considered to be one of England's greatest authors.

A news article published in November 2011 revealed that Jane Austen might have died of arsenic poisoning. Arsenic was a common ingredient in medicines of the time.

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A news article published in November 2011 revealed that Jane Austen might have died of arsenic poisoning. Arsenic was a common ingredient in medicines of the time.

Follow our pinterest board ALL THINGS JANE AUSTEN

- See more at: http://www.hamdenlibrary.org/node/505#sthash.NbOh1BXj.dpuf

The British Library has put together a website with information on Jane Austen. This website includes links to digitized manuscripts, and pictures of objects once owned by Jane Austen.

You can also visit our pinterest board ALL THINGS JANE AUSTEN. New items are added frequently.

If you would like to put a hold on the book "So Jane: Crafts and Recipes for an Austen-Inspired Life", you can also click on the image of the bookcover.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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