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  1. Jane Austen 1775-1817: Catalogue of an Exhibition Held in the King's Library, British Library Reference Division, 9 December 1975 to 29 February 1976 by John Barr, W. H. Kelliher, et all 1989-11
  2. The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of Jane Austen A Linked Index of all PG Editions of Jane Austen by Jane, 1775-1817 Austen, 2010-02-16
  3. Pride and prejudice; a play, founded on Jane Austens novel by Steele MacKaye Mrs. 1845-1924 Austen Jane 1775-1817. Pride and prejudice, 1906-12-31
  4. Jane Austen 1775 - 1817: Catalogue of an Exhibition Held in the King's Library, British Library Reference Division, 9 Dec 1975 - 29 Feb 1976. by Jane] [Austen, 1975
  6. Sense and Sensibility by Jane (1775 - 1817) Austen, 1949
  7. Emma by Austen Jane 1775-1817, 2010-09-27
  8. Emma by Austen Jane 1775-1817, 2010-09-27
  9. Northanger Abbey: and Persuasion Volume v. 3 by Austen Jane 1775-1817, 2010-10-04
  10. Jane Austen, 1775-1817 (Bibliographical series of supplements to British book news on writers and their work) by Sylvia Townsend Warner, 1957
  11. The novels and letters of Jane Austen. Edited by R. Brimley Johnson, with an introd. by William Lyon Phelps, with colored illus. by C.E. and H.M. Brock Volume 1 by Jane, 1775-1817 Austen, 2009-10-26
  12. MY DEAR CASSANDRA.The Letters of Jane Austen.Selected and Introduced by Penelope Hughes-Hallett. by Jane. 1775 - 1817].Hughes-Hallett, Penelope - Editor. [Austen, 1991
  13. Jane Austen, 1775-1817: A book list by L Baker, 1975
  14. Novels. by Austen. Jane. 1775-1817., 1905-01-01

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Biography/Autobiography, Austen Jane 17751817, Biography / Autobiography, Biography Autobiography, Literary Halperin John The Life of Jane Austen.
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To find current criticism, you may want to use journal articles. Periodical indexes or annual bibliographies identify journals which contain articles on particular topics. Start by looking under the author's last name in a recent issue of the index. Annual Bibliography of English Language QEII REF PR 83 A56 and Literature Canadian Business and Current Affairs (CBCA) Unicorn Canadian Periodicals Index INDEX AREA Humanities Index INDEX AREA - also available on Unicorn (1984- ) MLA Bibliography QEII REF PB 1 M64 - also available on Unicorn from (1963- ) Use a bibliography on your author
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"After long thought and much perplexity, to be very brief was all that she could determine on with any confidence of safety."
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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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7. JANE AUSTEN (1775-1817)
Link archive to articles, biographical studies, introductions and discussions of her novels, book Category Arts Literature Authors A Austen, Jane Directories......Austen, Jane (17751817). a web guide to Jane Austen from
AUSTEN, JANE (1775-1817) a web guide to Jane Austen from main page 20th century authors 20th century outline about our collection ... extended search General Transcript of a PBS News Hour discussion on Jane Austen's books and films, with Elizabeth Farnsworth, Carol Shields, Cynthia Heimel, and Roger Rosenblatt. Article by Karen Woods about the meaning of social dancing in Pride and Prejudice and Emma A note by Susan Fraiman on Edward Said's reading of Jane Austen's cultural and historical perspective. Undergraduate paper by Tina Enhoffer on the role that fortune, as exemplified in the unpredictability of the weather, plays in the novels of Jane Austen. An article by Jean Graham on the physical description of characters in Austen's fiction and the meaning of being tall. An article in Australian Humanities Review compares the fiction and film versions of Austen heroines.

8. Austen, Jane (1775-1817)
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Etexts by Author Austen, Jane, 17751817 A Index Main Index Emma; LadySusan; Love and Freindship; Love and Friendship; Mansfield Park; Northanger Abbey;

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Etexts by Author Austen, Jane, 17751817 A Index Main Index Emma LANGUAGE English SUBJECT England Social life and customs

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Project Gutenberg Author record. Austen, Jane, 17751817. Titles. Emma. LadySusan. Love And Freindship. Love And Friendship. Mansfield Park. Northanger Abbey.
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13. Jane Austen
Jane Austen (17751817). Jane Austen was born December 16, 1775, atSteventon Parsonage, Hampshire, England. Austen lived a quiet
Jane Austen (1775-1817)
Jane Austen was born December 16, 1775, at Steventon Parsonage, Hampshire, England. Austen lived a quiet life, living with her family and never marrying. She died July 18, 1817 at Winchester, Hampshire. Austen authored several novels about domestic provincial English life. Her novels can be described as witty and gently satirical commentaries on the manners of her time and class. Her works include Pride and Prejudice Sense and Sensibility Mansfield Park Emma Northanger Abbey , and Persuasion

14. Jane Austen (1775-1817) Library Of Congress Citations
uthor Austen, Jane, 17751817. Title Pride and prejudice and Sense and sensibility.Introd. Control No. 50012233 //r943 Author Austen, Jane, 1775-1817.

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Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog Amazon Search Book Citations [First 40 Records] uthor: Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Title: Pride and prejudice [and] Sense and sensibility. Introd. by David Daiches. Published: New York, Modern Library [1950] Description: xx, 632 p. 19 cm. Series: Modern Library college editions, T1 LC Call No.: PZ3.A93 Pr57 Notes: Bibliography: p. xx. Subjects: England Social life and customs 19th century Fiction. Young women England Fiction. Courtship England Fiction. Love stories, English. Other titles: Sense and sensibility. Control No.: 50012233 //r943 Author: Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Title: Emma. With an introd. by Lionel Trilling. Published: Boston, Houghton Mifflin [1957] Description: xxvi, 381 p. 21 cm. Series: Riverside editions, B17 LC Call No.: PZ3.A93 E29 Notes: "The text ... is that edited by R. W. Chapman and originally published in 1933 by Oxford University Press." Subjects: England Social life and customs 19th century Fiction. Young women England Fiction. Love stories. gsafd Humorous stories. gsafd Control No.: 57013918 //r943 Author: Austen, Jane, 1775-1817. Title: Emma. With a new introd. by Louis Kronenberger. Published: New York, Collier Books [1965] Description: 416 p. 18 cm. LC Call No.: PZ3.A93 E35 Notes: Bibliography: p. 416. Subjects: England Social life and customs 19th century Fiction. Young women England Fiction. Love stories. gsafd Humorous stories. gsafd Control No.: 62021620 //r943

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Pisa³a wspania³e romanse, chocia¿ choæ w jej ¿yciu tak niewiele siê dzia³o. ¯y³a na wsi, niewiele widzia³a, ¶wiat zna³a g³ównie z ksi±¿ek. Mimo to, potrafi³a tworzyæ ciekawe postaci, których losy fascynuj± czytelniczki i czytelników do dzi¶. Krótkie ¿ycie nie da³o jej szansy na prze¿ycie go tak intensywnie, jakby tego pragnê³a, zd±¿y³a jednak pozostawiæ po sobie wspania³y dorobek literacki.
Urodzi³a siê 16 grudnia 1775 roku, w kochaj±cej rodzinie, w wiosce Steventon. ¯y³a bardzo krótko, zaledwie 41 lat... Jane uczy³a siê w szkole dla dziewcz±t, ale tak¿e w domu, pod kierunkiem ojca, który by³ wiejskim pastorem. Mia³a radosn± i wra¿liw± osobowo¶æ. Lubi³a swoje ¿ycie, zawsze pogodnie nastawiona do ¶wiata.
Mi³o¶æ do literatury odziedziczy³a po ojcu, a poczucie humoru - po matce. Jej talent ujawni³ siê bardzo wcze¶nie, ju¿ w wieku 15 lat Jane napisa³a zabawn± historyjkê, któr± zilustrowa³a jej starsza siostra, Kasandra. Gdy by³a nastolatk± lubi³a pisaæ weso³e, ironiczne opowiadania, które wieczorami czytywa³a rodzinie. Uwielbia³a chwile spêdzone z kochaj±c± rodzin±. W latach 1785-98 Jane Austen stworzy³a pierwsz± wersjê "Rozwa¿na i romantyczna" ("Sense and Sensibility"). Niestety wydawcy tej ksi±¿ki nie mog³a d³ugo znale¼æ i opublikowa³a j± dopiero w 1811 roku. W tamtych latach napisa³a tak¿e "Opactwo Northanger" ("Northanger Abbey"), które wydrukowano dopiero w roku 1818. Jej najs³ynniejsz± ksi±¿ka jest niew±tpliwie "Duma i uprzedzenie" ("Pride and prejidice") napisana w latach 1796-97, któr± wydano w 1813 roku. Na podstawie jej ksi±¿ek powsta³o wiele wspania³ych filmów. Warto obejrzeæ wspania³± ekranizacjê "Rozwa¿nej i Romantycznej" z doskona³ymi rolami Emmy Thompson i Hugh Granta. Ekranizowano tak¿e "Emmê" i "Dumê i uprzedzenie".

17. Jane Austen, 1775-1817
Jane Austen, 17751817. The Romantic Age brought, rather paradoxically,the cool and classically shaped novels of Jane Austen, a
Jane Austen, 1775-1817
The Romantic Age brought, rather paradoxically, the cool and classically shaped novels of Jane Austen, a major practitioner and still a model for apprentices in the craft. She began writing at an early age. At 15 she was writing plays and sketches for the amusement of her family, and by the time she was 21 she had begun to write novels that are among the finest in English literature. Through her portrayals of ordinary people in everyday life, Jane Austen gave the genre of the novel its modern character and became the world's first great female novelist.
Jane Austen was born the 7th of 8 children to the Reverend George Austen and his wife, Cassandra Leigh, on December 16, 1775, in the parsonage of Steventon, a village in Hampshire, England. She had 6 brothers (James, George, Edward, Henry, Francis, and Charles) and one sister, Cassandra. Her parents were both descended from ancient country families of more or less prosperous squires and professional men. This social milieu provided her with the scenes and subject matter of her work. Although she and her sister briefly attended several different schools, Jane was educated mainly by her father, who taught his own children and several pupils who boarded with the family. She received more education than most women of her time.

18. Jane Austen (1775-1817) British Writer - Classic Literature
British Literature. 10 Books About Jane Austen Jane Austen (17751817)is one of the most celebrated British writers. She's known
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Guide picks (1775-1817) British writer. Jane Austen wrote about the British rural middle class and introduced new literary topics, such as marriage and classes. This page provides information and resources related to Jane Austen and British Literature.
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Jane Austen (1775-1817) is one of the most celebrated British writers. She's known for books like "Mansfield Park," "Sense and Sensibility," "Pride and Prejudice," "Northanger Abbey," "Persuasion," and "Emma." A Jane Austen Bulletin Board for Male Voices
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Generally regarded as one of the greatest 19th-century English novelists, Jane Austen meticulously detailed the everyday lives of the upper and middle classes of her day. With their expert mix of romance, psychological insight, and wit, her novels are currently enjoying a new popularity, partially because of several recent film and television adaptations of her work. In honor of the December 16 anniversary of her birth, Education World recommends some great sites to help students learn about Jane Austen.
Jane Austen's books have enjoyed increasing popularity over the past few years. Recent film and television adaptations have introduced her work to a new audience, especially young people. This week, Education World recommends some of the best WWW sites dedicated to Austen, her work, and her vision.
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