Love and Friendship

Author: Jane Austen



MY Dear Neice As I am prevented by the great distance between Rowling and Steventon from superintending your Education myself, the care of which will probably on that account devolve on your Father and Mother, I think it is my particular Duty to Prevent your feeling as much as possible the want of my personal instructions, by addressing to you on paper my Opinions and Admonitions on the conduct of Young Women, which you will find expressed in the following pages.— I am my dear Neice Your affectionate Aunt The Author.


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Chicago: Jane Austen, "Dedication," Love and Friendship, trans. Evans, Sebastian in Love and Friendship Original Sources, accessed March 19, 2019,

MLA: Austen, Jane. "Dedication." Love and Friendship, translted by Evans, Sebastian, in Love and Friendship, Original Sources. 19 Mar. 2019.

Harvard: Austen, J, 'Dedication' in Love and Friendship, trans. . cited in , Love and Friendship. Original Sources, retrieved 19 March 2019, from