Written by a gentleman with literary and theological credentials as long as your arm, its focus is the life circumstances that produced the genius of our beloved writer and that which framed her faith.
In a past post I expressed the desire to learn more of the faith aspect of our Jane. Here then, in the words of the brother to whom she was closest - Henry - is the statement hoped for:
"Jane Austen's hopes of immortality
were built upon the Rock of Ages.
That she deeply felt,
and devoutly acknowledged,
the insigificance of all worldly attainments,
and the worthlessness of all human service,
in the eyes of her heavenly Father.
That she had no other hope of mercy, pardon and peace,
but through the merits and suffers of her Redeemer."
As for 'Jenny' that is the name by which Jane was known to friends and family her life long.
Now, Dear Reader, doesn't this information make your heart happy this day?