Jane Austen To Appear On British 10-Pound Bill

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Jane Austen To Appear On British 10-Pound Bill

The celebrated British romantic fiction author Jane Austen, who famously penned Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility, will appear on Great Britain’s new 10-pound note beginning around 2017, replacing Charles Darwin. What do you think?

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