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I give you joy of our new nephew [2nd son of Frank, born the 11th], & hope if he ever comes to be hanged, it will not be till we are too old to care about it. . . .No indeed, I am never too busy to think of S&S. I can no more forget it, than a mother can forget her sucking child; and am obliged to you for our enquiries. I have had two sheets to correct, but the last only brings us to W.s first appearance.
The quote for April 25th shows something that you should do if you want further insights into both Austen's amazing wit and her genuine pleasure at being a writer. What should you do?