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Who owns, who buys, who supplies, and who notices items is often major in Austen's writing, putting characters socially and characterizing them symbolically. Jane Austen's Possessions and Dispossessions seems to be on the importance of gadgets in Austen's significant novels, fragments, and juvenilia.

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