e-books in Jane Austen category
by Jane Austen - Pennsylvania State University , 2007
Novel by Jane Austen, published in 1814. In its tone and discussion of religious duty, it is the most serious of her novels. Mansfield Park shows Austen as a mature novelist with an almost unparalleled ability to render character.
by Jane Austen - Frederick A. Stokes Co. , 1922
These are notebooks from Jane Austen's childhood, and despite their rough nature, they offer something of value: not just the insight they give us into Austen's thinking and her mind, but there is a certain charm here, a thing to value in its own.
by Jane Austen , 1871
Recently widowed Lady Susan Vernon seeks an advantageous second marriage for herself, while attempting to push her daughter into a dismal match. A novel of Regency manners and mores that will delight Austen enthusiasts with its elegant expression.
by Jane Austen
Jane Austen's final novel places heroine Anne Elliot against the brutality and hypocrisy of Regency England. Anne let the love of her life get away. She had allowed herself to be persuaded that the young man she loved wasn't an adequate match.
by Jane Austen - Macmillan and Co. , 1896
Austen's first novel introduces the themes which would dominate her future work. This is a story of two sisters finding fulfilment in a society bounded by regulations and restrictions. It is an exploration of the moral dilemmas facing young women.
by Jane Austen - Little, Brown, & Co. , 1903
A withering satire and a perfect literary parody of marriage among gentry at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Although written in back in 1798, Northanger Abbey was not published until 1817, after Austen's death.
by Jane Austen - MacMillan , 1896
Emma Woodhouse is Jane Austen's lovely, lively, willful, and fallible heroine. She schemes to find a suitable husband for her pliant friend Harriet, only to discover that she understands the feelings of others as little as she does her own heart.
by Jane Austen - George Allen , 1894
One of the most popular novels in English literature, Jane Austen's most widely read book. Mother's attempts to marry off her daughters, the romantic clash between Elizabeth and Darcy, flirtation and intrigue, pride which keeps lovers apart.