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Books About Jane Austen
There is a segment of admirers who go beyond the works of Jane Austen to yearning to learn more about the woman and her writing. What follows is a list of current books about Austen or her books (not her novels or off shoots). I tried to keep it to the books that are still in print.
Darcy┤s Story Review
Jane Austen┤s (1775-1817) classic romance Pride and Prejudice has been a well loved tale since her death. Her writing has been reprinted, studied and immortalized in many films. It was written with its main character Elizabeth Bennet (and her family) as...
Emma and Knightley Review
If you didn┤t know Jane Austen wrote a sequel to Emma, that┤s because she didn┤t. This sequel was written by Rachel Billington. The story opens a year after Emma┤s marriage to Mr. Knightley with the couple still living at Hartfield with Mr. Woodhouse.
Jane Austen [offsite link]
Jane Austen formed the framework for many of today┤s authors, both women and men. She is best known for her complicated societal stories involving love, money and manners.
Jane Austen Basics
Beloved for almost two hundred years, there doesn┤t seem to be an end in sight for the afterlife of this classic novelist. New editions of her literary works are being released every year gaining new fans and delighting die-hards.
Jane Austen Quiz
Test your knowledge of the author Jane Austen with this short interactive quiz.
Lost in Austen
Amanda Price is an ardent Jane Austen fan. She is bored with her job during the day and frustrated with her boyfriend Michael at night. In between she "patches" herself up with Jane Austen. One evening she is home alone enjoying yet again the
Masterpiece Theatre┤s Mansfield Park
This is the third screen adaptation of Jane Austen┬┤s third novel, Mansfield Park. The screenplay was written by Maggie Wadey and Billie Piper (Secret Diaries of a Call Girl, Dr. Who) portrays the exuberant heroine Fanny Price.
Masterpiece Theatre┤s Northanger Abbey
Catherine Morland (Felicity Jones) was a plain child from a family of ten children. She preferred to participate in activities like cricket and baseball rather than socialize. If she wasn┬┤t being active then she was poring over romantic novels.
Pride and Prejudice Review
Jane Austen (1775-1817) was a popular 19th century author whose works became more popular after her death. Besides Pride & Prejudice her other major works include Sense & Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Emma, Northanger Abbey, and Persuasion.
Visiting Jane Austen
You've read the books. You've read about the author. But still, you want more. If you travel to England there are three choice places that any Jane Austen fan needs to add to their list of experiences.
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