Why are the names of places in Jane Austin and the book Jane Eyre blocked out with a hyphen example... -shire?

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Because they don't exsist. Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte were both using fictional places, so instead of making up names and taking away from the reality of the books, they did as was the custom during that time and just ignored the first part of the name.
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