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'People who think of Jane Austen as a little country mouse who was reserved around men will be shocked,' reveals Gwyneth Hughes, who wrote the script after painstakingly scouring Austen's letters for revealing new insights into the author's life. In fact, Jane was described by her contemporary, writer Mary Russell Mitford, as the 'prettiest, silliest, most affected husband-hunting butterfly ever'.' She certainly never seemed to find her own Mr Darcy and therein lies the crux of the plot of Miss Austen Regrets, where Jane jokes: 'I am she that loved and lost', and says to Fanny: 'My darling girl, this is the real world - the only way to get a man like Mr Darcy is to make him up.' She sees her novels as beloved children and the decision not to wed as vital to her giving birth to them.The object of her desire was the 20-year-old Dr Charles Haden (played by up-and-coming actor Jack Huston, who starred in Factory Girl).'It's interesting that in her novels, Emma and Persuasion, there's an older woman who marries very happily in middle-age and it comes out of the blue.For a woman of her age, this idea that a gorgeous bloke may yet come out of the wood is a nice, romantic thought, and I think this has echoes of Jane's own life.' What we do have are strong hints in Jane's letters.Most of her letters speak about mutton pies and nothing much.