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People/Characters: Mrs. Jennings

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TitlesOrder
All the Lovely Bad Ones by Mary Downing Hahna guest at the inn who really wants to see a ghost
Brighton Honeymoon by Sheri Cobb Southvicar's relict
A Horse Called Mystery by Marjorie Reynolds
Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen
Until Lilly by Aurora Rose Reynolds

Character description

1.) (Fictitious character) In Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen, Mrs. Jennings is a widow and the mother of Lady Middleton and Charlotte Palmer. She spends her time visiting her daughters and their families, especially the Middletons, and takes a great interest in the romantic affairs of the young people. She is meddling and a bit insensitive, but basically a kindly, cheerful woman.

2.) (Fictitious character) In Brighton Honeymoon by Sheri Cobb South, Mrs. Jennings was the considerably-less-charitable wife, now widow, of Vicar Jennings who insisted upon raising Polly Hampton after her mother's death.

3.)(Fictitious character) In All the Lovely Bad Ones, Mrs Jennings is a woman staying with her husband at a Vermont inn that is supposed to be haunted. They are both anxious to see a ghost.

4.)(Fictitious character) In A Horse Called Mystery by Marjorie Reynolds, Mrs. Jennings is the mother of the main character William "Owlie" Jennings.

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