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An exhibition marking the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen's death has gone on display in Winchester.
It features writings from the novelist's teenage years and the original ending she wrote for her book Persuasion.
About 80 items are on display, including artwork, letters, clothing and portraits - including one not seen in public for more than 40 years,
The exhibition takes place at The Gallery in Winchester Discovery Centre - a few miles from Austen's birthplace of Steventon - until 24 July.
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