Jane Austen wrote some very famous novels in the early 1800s. Pride and Prejudice is perhaps her best-known book.
Although she published just six novels, she has millions of fans all over the world. They adore her novels about romance and society.
An extremely rare manuscript of an unfinished novel, written in Jane Austen’s own handwriting, is going to be sold in England.
There are 68 pages, part of a novel called The Watsons. Jane Austen never finished it, possibly because her father died. She wrote the pages in 1804, when she was 29 years old.
Austen’s first novel, Sense and Sensibility, was not published until 1811.
The Watsons pages are written in her neat and tiny handwriting with many edits in the margins. The manuscript was divided by Austen into 11 booklets.