‘The Younger Sister’ by Catherine Anne Hubback and Jane Austen

In Jane Austen’s unfinished novel, young Emma Watson returns to her father’s house after being raised by her wealthy and refined uncle.  

As she gets to know her family, she finds that her father is reclusive and sickly, her sisters are crude and shallow, and her eldest brother has a petulance that is matched only by his wife’s.  

When Emma’s social graces draw the attention of the aristocratic Osborne family, she must navigate the complex and judgmental world of class dynamics in Regency England.    

As she gets to know her family, she finds that her father is reclusive and sickly, her sisters are crude and shallow, and her eldest brother has a petulance that is matched only by his wife’s.  

When Emma’s social graces draw the attention of the aristocratic Osborne family, she must navigate the complex and judgmental world of class dynamics in Regency England.    

I play Mary Edwards, Margaret Watson, and a young lady.

The Younger Sister by Catherine Anne Hubback and Jane Austen

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