Jane Austen's Contribution to Literature?

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Jane Austen's contribution to literature is felt to be quite significant. Austen wrote about real life in her period of time and made people feel like they were right there experiencing it with her. With her writing, it encouraged other female writers to do their pieces even if they wrote under a male pen name. An example of this is George Elliot who was really Marian Evans. Without Austen being around, it would have changed the world of literature today.
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