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And here was this--i--it was a terrible spectacle to--for people to witness because here was this spirited, fiery woman, and at the end, she was completely emaciated and just--als--also, the--the thing that was very difficult for her is that she could not reconcile herself to her--her blindness. If the life of Jane Austen has never seemed particularly racy up until very recently then quite the opposite can be said of William Beckford. National Trust for Historic Preservation. And, of course, they loved dogs, Helen and Annie did, and so that's one of their--their dogs in the middle. And then, sometime later, they woke up--this was--several months had passed--they heard a noise on the porch, and there was Helen with her bags packed and she was waiting for him, and he--he never came.