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In Jane Austen’s Persuasion love and family is a major thing I learned to see and control just because of this book. Jane Austen is a very interesting woman. She is 7 out of 8 kids. Her sister and her Cassandra were very close. Both had plenty of chances of marring and having a family. By 25, she had written 3 books, Persuasion not being one of them. She had written her last book in 1818, Persuasion. In my eyes Jane was a normal England girl. She was homed school, had a big loving family, and perused her dream. She didn’t get the respect she deserved, but did write pretty good books. Jane passed away July 18. 1817, she died of Addison’s disease which is a deadly disease.
Jane Austen was one of England’s foremost novelists. She had one best friend who was her sister; she lived a quiet life, but wasn’t completely shut off from the world. Her brothers, Francis and Charles, were officers in the Royal Navy. Another brother, Henry, became a clergyman like his father. He moved to London, and Jane visited him then she attended the theater, art exhibition, and social events. Edward, another brother, got adopted by knights, and Jane took part in the privilege. As a child Jane wrote comic books, at the age of 19 she had her first mature works’. It was a novella, Lady Susan, she wrote this novella as a series of letters. In her twenties Jane wrote novels, “Elinor and Marianne”, and “First Impressions.” These books soon became Sense and Sensibility, and Pride and Prejudice. She tried publishing “First Impressions”, but it got rejected. Jane began revising “Elinor and Marianne”, and soon came up with “Susan” (later to become Northanger Abbey). In 1803 she sold the book to a gentleman who promised it would be published. Jane’s farther retire...

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...e actual websites how to persuade someone. Anonymous said "Persuasion is the art of letting people have it your way." (Booher)
There are different ways you can use persuasion. You can use it for work, a mean way, nice, or just straight up evil. It all depends how you approach the situation.
“Such as have reason, understanding, or common sense, will, and ought to make use of it in those things that concern themselves and their posterity, and suspect the words of such as are interested in deceiving or persuading them not to see with their own eyes.”
This book taught me to be free, and don’t let someone to persuade me from doing something I love or want. It taught me to be my own person. I will never let anyone tell me what to do and how to live my life. It also taught me that I’m not alone out there. That people go through the same stuff I go through.

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