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Jane Austen

"Oh! Who can be ever tired of Bath?" From 1801 to 1806 Bath was Jane Austen's home. It provided the backdrop for her first novel, Northanger Abbey and her last, Persuasion. In fact all of Austen's...

"Oh! Who can be ever tired of Bath?" From 1801 to 1806 Bath was Jane Austen's home. It provided the backdrop for her first novel, Northanger Abbey and her last, Persuasion. In fact all of Austen's novels mention the city. She already knew Bath before the move in 1801, as her parents had married here and she had relatives who had made the city their home. 

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"Oh! Who can be ever tired of Bath?" From 1801 to 1806 Bath was Jane Austen's home. It provided the backdrop for her first novel, Northanger Abbey and her last, Persuasion. In fact all of Austen's novels mention the city. She already knew Bath before the move in 1801, as her parents had married here and she had relatives who had made the city their home. 

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