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Jane Austen

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(1775 - 1817)

Jane Austen

Jane Austen was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction, set among the landed gentry, earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature. Her realism, biting irony and social commentary have gained her historical importance among scholars and critics.



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Emma (1816)

Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, fancies her self a match-maker, but after her first effort, she can’t seem to do anything right.

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Author(s): Jane Austen
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Emma (1898)

Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, fancies her self a match-maker, but after her first effort, she can’t seem to do anything right.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): C. E. Brock

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Emma (1926)

Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, fancies her self a match-maker, but after her first effort, she can’t seem to do anything right.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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Emma (1964)

Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, fancies her self a match-maker, but after her first effort, she can’t seem to do anything right.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Fritz Kredel

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Jane Austen’s Letters (1995)

Includes all of Jane Austen’s known letters discovered through 1995, as well as some important letters about her.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Deirdre Le Faye
Illustrator(s): None

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Jane Austen’s Manuscript Letters in Facsimile (1990)

Reprints facsimiles of all of Jane Austen’s known letters.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): None

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Letters of Jane Austen (1884)

A few of the author's letter were published in the Memoir, but this is the first substantial collection to appear. Read online at Archive.org: Volume 1,and Volume 2.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): None

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Mansfield Park (1814)

Sir Thomas Bertram considers he is bestowing a great favor on Fanny Price when he takes her into his home, but in the end finds himself in her debt. read online at Archive.org: Volume 1, and Volume 2, and Volume 3.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): None

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Mansfield Park (1816)

Sir Thomas Bertram considers he is bestowing a great favor on Fanny Price when he takes her into his home, but in the end finds himself in her debt. This is the second edition. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): None

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Mansfield Park (1897)

Sir Thomas Bertram considers he is bestowing a great favor on Fanny Price when he takes her into his home, but in the end finds himself in her debt.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Hugh Thomson

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Mansfield Park (1898)

Sir Thomas Bertram considers he is bestowing a great favor on Fanny Price when he takes her into his home, but in the end finds himself in her debt.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): C. E. Brock

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Mansfield Park (1926)

Sir Thomas Bertram considers he is bestowing a great favor on Fanny Price when he takes her into his home, but in the end finds himself in her debt.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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A Memoir of Jane Austen (1871)

This second edition of a family biography of the author contains previously unpublished works. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): Jane Austen
James Edward Austen-Leigh
Illustrator(s): None

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Minor Works (1954)

Includes among others, Lady Susan, The Watsons and Sanditon.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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Northanger Abbey (1898)

In Northanger Abbey Catherine Morland spends six weeks in Bath where she makes the acquaintance of General Tilney’s son and daughter. When the General invites her to return with them to Northanger Abbey she is prepared for all the gothic horrors such a residence implies.

 

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): C. E. Brock

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Northanger Abbey and Persuasion (1897)

In Northanger Abbey Catherine Morland spends six weeks in Bath where she makes the acquaintance of General Tilney’s son and daughter. When the General invites her to return with them to Northanger Abbey she is prepared for all the gothic horrors such a residence implies.

Persuasion is considered by many to be its author’s greatest work. Anne Elliot ‘with an elegance of mind and sweetness of character,which must have placed her high with any people of real understanding’ is burdened with a father and older sister given over to self-love and fashion. Persuaded in the first flowering of her young womanhood to give up her engagement to a young naval commander with no prospects, she is forced now to see him rich and courting her brother-in-law’s younger sisters.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Hugh Thomson

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Northanger Abbey and Persuasion (1926)

In Northanger Abbey Catherine Morland spends six weeks in Bath where she makes the acquaintance of General Tilney’s son and daughter. When the General invites her to return with them to Northanger Abbey she is prepared for all the gothic horrors such a residence implies.

Persuasion is considered by many to be its author’s greatest work. Anne Elliot ‘with an elegance of mind and sweetness of character,which must have placed her high with any people of real understanding’ is burdened with a father and older sister given over to self-love and fashion. Persuaded in the first flowering of her young womanhood to give up her engagement to a young naval commander with no prospects, she is forced now to see him rich and courting her brother-in-law’s younger sisters.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Unknown

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Persuasion (1897)

Persuasion is considered by many to be its author’s greatest work. Anne Elliot ‘with an elegance of mind and sweetness of character,which must have placed her high with any people of real understanding’ is burdened with a father and older sister given over to self-love and fashion. Persuaded in the first flowering of her young womanhood to give up her engagement to a young naval commander with no prospects, she is forced now to see him rich and courting her brother-in-law’s younger sisters.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): C. E. Brock

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Persuasion (1963)

Persuasion is considered by many to be its author’s greatest work. Anne Elliot ‘with an elegance of mind and sweetness of character,which must have placed her high with any people of real understanding’ is burdened with a father and older sister given over to self-love and fashion. Persuaded in the first flowering of her young womanhood to give up her engagement to a young naval commander with no prospects, she is forced now to see him rich and courting her brother-in-law’s younger sisters. This is the World’s Classics edition with a dust jacket by Ardizzone. This copy was printed in 1963.

Author(s): Jane Austen
Illustrator(s): Edward Ardizzone

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