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Love and Freindship and other Early Works now first published from the original ms.
Hence Laura in Love and Freindship (1790), written when Austen was fourteen, informs her correspondent that a "sensibility too tremblingly alive to every affliction of my Freinds, my Acquaintance and particularly to every affliction of my own, was my only fault, if a fault it could be called" (3).
Pippa Brush's introduction to Juliet MeMaster's authoritative 1995 edition of Love and Freindship (the original spelling of "Freindship" is often retained) claims that:
pounds 5 from the Barrhead Reform Church Freindship Club.
Written in 1789 for the entertainment of her family, Love and Freindship (sic) was a wickedly funny satire on the melodramatic novels of the era.
Racist assumptions made about workers of colour may result in management reacting to ethnic freindship and solidarity as if it were a direct threat to managerial authority.
9)Jane Austen, "Love and Freindship," in Minor Works, ed.