Ms. Austen (Chapter 4, page 2 of 2)


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Chapter 4

Her hands balled into fists, and suddenly the anger came. "I hate you Thomas Lefroy! I hate you for making me love you! I hate that you have once again come into my life, and into my thoughts! I shall never speak your name for as long as I shall live!" Jane felt a sort of independence with each word. She began the long walk home. "Goodbye forever, Mr. Lefroy." She uttered under her breath, as if she spoke it louder it may come true. And she trudged through the mud, this time with some determination. For she was Jane Austen, a respectable woman who did not need anyone, especially that certain someone for which she would never speak of again.

As she walked, she began to employ the idea of a new writing. Perhaps she had stumbled upon the greatest story of them all. The love that was not to be.

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