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  1. Persuasion by Jane Austen, 2009-10-04
  2. Love and Freindship [sic] by Jane Austen, 2010-07-06
  3. Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, 2010-08-14
  4. Sense And Sensibility by Jane Austen, 2010-03-10
  5. Complete Works of Jane Austen. Emma, Lady Susan, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility. ILLUSTRATED. (mobi) by Jane Austen, 2008-02-25
  6. Pride And Prejudice by Jane Austen, 2010-09-17
  7. The Complete Novels of Jane Austen by Jane Austen, 2005-02-05
  8. The Complete Works of Jane Austen by Jane Austen, 1993-12-31
  9. Persuasion by Jane Austen, 2010-03-10
  10. The Complete Novels of Jane Austen (Wordsworth Library Collection) by Jane Austen, 2007-09-01
  11. The Jane Austen Book Club (movie tie-in) by Karen Joy Fowler, 2007-08-28
  12. The Jane Austen Cookbook by Maggie Black, 2002-05-10
  13. Emma by Jane Austen, 2010-03-13
  14. Bespelling Jane Austen: Almost Persuaded\Northanger Castle\Blood and Prejudice\Little to Hex Her by Mary Balogh, Colleen Gleason, et all 2010-09-28

1. Jane "Persuasion" Austen
Jane Austen 17751817 - British author biography. Try it. Jane Austen was born 16 December 1775 at Steventon Parish, Hampshire, England daughter of the Rev. George Austen and Cassandra Leigh-Austen. Jane was devoted to her older sister
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Jane Austen was born 16 December 1775 at Steventon Parish, Hampshire, England. She was the seventh child and second daughter of the Rev. George Austen and Cassandra Leigh-Austen. Jane was devoted to her older sister, Cassandra-Elizabeth, and eventually wrote enough letters to her to choke a horse. When Cassandra, age 10, was sent away to school in Oxford , Jane begged to be sent along with her even though she was too young. Mr. Austen, however, couldn't really afford their schooling and the girls were back home after less than three years. Apart from this, Jane never lived outside of her family circle again . She ended up very well-educated for a female, though. Her oldest brother James helped her out by organizing reading lists for her, and Jane could lay claim to a good knowledge of history as well as a little Latin, Italian and musical training. It was 1787 when Jane made the decision to devote all her spare time to writing. This early work made three volumes of

2. Jane Austen E-texts, Etc.
A collection of resources for fans of Jane Austen's writing including her complete juvinelia, poetry, illustrations, criticism, biographies, and much more. Welcome to Jane Austen Etexts, etc, a

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Updated: February 1, 2004 Catherine Dean, proprietress A Janeite once replied when asked "Do you read novels?", "Yes, all six of them. Every year." However there is much more written in Jane's hand than simply her six full length novels. Welcome to Jane Austen E-texts, etc, a collection of resources of interest to both the devoted and the closet Janeite. If you're looking for the perfect gift for a Janeite, a hard to find book about Austen, or one of her books in a hard-copy, look no further than the Jane Austen E-texts, Etc. Bookstore , the proceeds from which will go to maintaining and improving this site! If you enjoy looking through my Austen collection, please take a few seconds to sign my guestbook Unfortunately, due to time constraints, I am not currently adding any material to this website. I hope you will enjoy what is available. Also, while I enjoy recieving e-mails from fellow Janeites, I am be too busy to respond personally. I also am unable to help anyone with research for papers or requests for additional information. That said, I hope you enjoy my site!

3. Jane Austen - Biography And Works
Jane Austen. Extensive Biography of Jane Austen and a searchable collection of works. Jane Austen. Search all of Jane austen jane Austen (17751817). Jane Austen is the English novelist Jane
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Search all of Jane Austen Jane Austen (1775-1817) . Jane Austen is the English novelist generally credited with first giving the novel its modern character through her treatment of the details of everyday life in provincial English middle-class society. She was born on December 16, 1775 at the parsonage of Steventon, in Hampshire, a village of which her father was rector. She was the youngest of seven children. In 1801, the family moved to Bath, where they lived until 1805 when, upon the death of her father, the family moved first to Southampton and then to Chawton in 1809. It was in Chawton that her major works were composed, although she had begun as a child to write for family amusement. Jane Austen's best-known work, Pride and Prejudice , was written in 1797-98, although not published until 1813, two years after the publication of Sense and Sensibility . Her three other books belong to a later period Mansfield Park Emma and Persuasion being written between 1811 and 1816.

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6. Jane Austen
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English writer, who first gave the novel its modern character through the treatment of everyday life. Although Austen was widely read in her lifetime, she published her works anonymously. The most urgent preoccupation of her young, well-bred heroines is courtship, and finally marriage. Austen's best-known books include Pride and Prejudice (1813) and Emma (1816). Virginia Woolf called her "the most perfect artist among women." Jane Austen was born in Steventon, Hampshire, where her father was a rector. She was the second daughter and seventh child in a family of eight. The first 25 years of her life Austen spent in Hampshire. She was tutored at home. Her parents were avid readers and she received a broader education than many women of her time. On her father's retirement, the family moved to Bath. Austen started to write for family amusement as a child. Her earliest-known writings date from about 1787. Very shy about her writing, she wrote on small pieces of paper that she slipped under the desk plotter if anyone came into the room. After the death of her father in 1805, she lived with her mother and sister in Southampton and moved in 1809 to a large cottage in the village of Chawton. Austen never married, but her social life was active. She was connected with the middling-rich landed gentry that she portrayed in her novels.

7. Hampshire, The Inspirational Home Of Jane Austen
Jane Austen found the inspiration to write Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility in the county of Hampshire, England where she spent most of her life.
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Jane wrote her famous works drawing on a large circle of friends, social gatherings and places around Hampshire that she visited in order to devise her characters and the settings for her novels.
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8. The Literary Gothic   |   Jane Austen  
Jane Austen page at The Literary Gothic, the web s premier guide to Gothic and supernaturalist literature written prior to 1950. Austen, Jane.
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One of the most important novelists of the Romantic Period, with a significance and a following that continue strong to this day, Austen was uninterested in the Gothic except as an object of parody. Her early novel Northanger Abbey Northanger Abbey specifically mentions a number of genuine Gothics, often referred to as the Northanger novels
Sites: Jane Austen InfoPage One of the richer Austen sites in existence: biography, bibliographies, etexts galore, Jane's letters, articles and discussions of all sorts, including historical and social context. If it's Austen, it's here. [Henry Churchyard] Jane Austen Society of North America Includes an online journal, Persuasions , devoted to Austen studies Jane Austen Centre in Bath Self-billed as "a new permanent exhibition which tells the story of Jane's Bath experience - the effect that living here had on her and her writing." You can find out more, I suppose, by subscribing to their magazine, Jane Austen's Regency World , or can have your picture taken, while visiting the Centre, dressed as an Austen character. Jane Lives!

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Announcements. Los Angeles AGM Information updated. Hotel Reduced. JASNA Links. MORE ABOUT JASNA. Annual general meeting. JASNA regional organizations meetings. How to Join. About JASNA. PUBLICATIONS. jane austen Essay Contest. Wanted! receive the annual journal, Persuasions The jane austen Journal, which we publish each June
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Founded in 1979 by Joan Austen-Leigh (1920-2001), Henry G. Burke (1902-89), and J. David Grey (1935-1993), JASNA has grown to 4,000 members. About 550 of us gather in October for our three-day-long Annual General Meeting, which is located alternately between east and west coast cities in the U.S. and every fourth year in Canada. Our members also participate in year-round meetings hosted by any one of our 60 regional groups, which you will find listed on this webpage, along with information about our dues. Meeting topics vary from literary discussions to Regency dancing, biographical and historical study of Austen and her times to the study and play of such Regency games as Whist and Speculation. Our interests in topics relative to Austen are as unlimited as Austen's interests. JASNA members receive the annual journal

16. Jane Austen Info Page
Compendious page devoted to jane austen, English novelist 17751817; has illustrated hypertext of Pride and Prejudice, HTML e-texts of her letters and many
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The English author Jane Austen lived from 1775 to 1817. Her novels are highly prized not only for their light irony, humor, and depiction of contemporary English country life, but also for their underlying serious qualities.
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jane austen ~ (Dec 16, 1775 July 18, 1817) is best known for her novels Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, and Persuasion, and for her wit and
Jane Austen ~ (Dec 16, 1775 - July 18, 1817) is best known for her novels Pride and Prejudice Sense and Sensibility Emma , and Persuasion , and for her wit and social observations. You are on the new server!
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    Works of Jane Austen page, there are links to each of her six novels, as well as much of her Juvenilia, and some of her letters. Links To Jane Austen On The Web page provides links to many sites with information on Jane Austen, her life, and Jane Austen societies around the world. Off-Line Jane Austen Resources gives some links to societies, books, and tourist sites which exist in the real world. Links To The Regency On The Web page provides links to historical sites which describe the times in which Jane Austen lived. Derbyshire Writers' Guild provides a place to post and peruse Jane Austen-based creative writingwith well over 1,000 stories available to read. Webring or two . Rings are a way to link many sites with similar interests. The list of member sites to the webring is particularly helpful.
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18. Jane Austen Centre In Bath, England
jane austen Centre in Bath UK, permanent exhibition about jane s life, writing and experiences in this Georgian World Heritage City.

19. Guide To The Jane Austen Collection
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See also: Jane Austen Home Page We are grateful to the Jane Austen Society of North America for awarding us a Henry G. Burke Grant to publish this guide. Funding was also provided by the Friends of the Goucher Library. Our work is dedicated with admiration and affection to Henry and Alberta Hirshheimer Burke whose spirits prowl our aisles.

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