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Jane Austen Sets
Jane Austen: The Complete Works--classics hardcover boxed setJane Austen, Coralie Bickford-SmithPenguin Classics / 2015 / Hardcover$92.99 Retail:
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The Oxford Illustrated Jane Austen: 6-Volume Set Third EditionJane AustenOxford University Press / 1988 / Hardcover$157.50 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Pride and Prejudice
This deluxe version of Pride & Prejudice features an imprinted bird and floral pattern on a mustard yellow cloth background-a modern and classic look you'll be thrilled to see on your bookshelves. Ribbon marker included.
The story of how Elizabeth Bennet and Fitzwilliam Darcy forged a relationship out of mutual disregard has engaged readers for nearly two centuries. Witty and observant, Jane Austen's bestselling novel has all the elements of satire and romance combined into an elegant tale that can't be put down. End notes and an introduction included. 435 pages, hardcover.
Sense and Sensibility
This deluxe version of Sense & Sensibility features imprinted hot-pink flowers on a blue-grey cloth background-a modern and classic look you'll be thrilled to see on your bookshelves. Ribbon marker included.
Moving, living, and acting within their restrictive society, Elinor and Marianne Dashwood play out their respective titled roles in response to their dreams & hopes. 409 pages, hardcover.
Fanny Price has been sent to live with her cousins at Mansfield Park. Having grown up in far less genteel circumstances due to her mother's impudent marriage, she struggles with homesickness and with her treatment as a "poor relation" by her family. After she turns 18, Henry and Mary Crawfield arrive, which sets in motion a number of romantic schemes, plans, and attachments. Steady, calm, and clearheaded, Fanny's journey into adulthood-and the way she handles the events of life-give her relations a newfound appreciation for her strength of character.
This Penguin Hardcover Classic features cover art of white imprinted chains over a grey-blue cloth cover. Design by Coralie Bickford-Smith. Light blue ribbon marker included. 507 pages, cloth-bound hardcover.
Emma Woodhouse believes herself to be an excellent matchmaker, though she herself does not plan on marrying. But as she meddles in the relationships of others, she causes confusion and misunderstandings throughout the village, and she just may be overlooking a true love of her own. Clothbound hardcover featuring a sea-green-grey cover with imprinted white chairs. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Fiona Stafford. 474 pages, hardcover.
Catherine Morland, an unlikely heroine - unlikely because she is so ordinary - forsakes her English village for the pleasures and perils of Bath. There, among a circle of Austen's wonderfully vain, dissembling, and fashionable characters, she meets a potential suitor, Henry Tilney. But with her imagination feuled by melodramatic novels, Catherine turns a visit to his home, Northanger Abbey, into a hunt for dark family secrets. The result is a series of hilarious social gaffes and harsh awakenings that for all of Austen's youthful exuberance nevertheless conveys her mature vision of literature and life - and the consequences of mistaking one for the other.
Anne Elliot and Frederick Wentworth are happily engaged until one simple Persuasion from Anne's cousin's, Lady Russell, changes everything. After returning home a rich and powerful sea captain, Wentworth finds that Anne's family is financially ruined and his own sister is a tenant in their home. Will Anne and Frederick be reunited in their love?
This Penguin Hardcover classic features cover art of white imprinted feathers over a sage green cloth cover. Green ribbon marker included. 249 pages, cloth-bound hardcover.
More by Jane Austen
Lady Susan, with its wicked, beautiful, intelligent and energetic heroine, is a sparkling melodrama which takes its tone from the outspoken and robust eighteenth century. Written later, and probably abandoned after her father's death, The Watsons is a tantalizing and highly delightful story whose vitality and optimism centre on the marital prospects of the Watson sisters in a small provincial town. Sanditon, Jane Austen's last fiction, is set in a seaside town and its themes concern the new speculative consumer society and foreshadow the great social upheavals of the Industrial Revolution.
Discovered and published posthumously, these writings were first introduced in a memoir written by the late Jane Austen's newphew in 1871. They show quite a different style of writing than the rest in her collection, and prove to be very amusing for both study and reading for pleasure.
Sandition and Other Stories includes Jane Austen's unfinished work Sandition as well as The Watsons (another uncompleted work), the novella Lady Susan, and a collection of Austen's juvenilia. This Everyman's Library edition is crafted to last through years of reading; it features acid-free natural-cream-colored text paper, a cloth-covered hardcover with stamping, a Smyth-sewn binding, a silk ribbon marker, and a European-style half-round spine style. In addition, this work includes an original introduction by Peter Washington, an up-to-date bibliography, and a complete chronology of Jane Austen's life and works. 502 pages, hardcover.
When Charlotte Heywood accepts an invitation to visit the newly fashionable seaside resort of Sanditon, she is introduced to a full range of polite society, from the reigning local dowager, Lady Denham to her impoverished ward, Clara, and from the handsome, feckless Sidney Parker to his amusing, if hypochondriacal sisters.
Jane Austen Study Guides
Pride and Prejudice Study Guide on CDROMProgeny Press / Compact disc$18.99 Retail:
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Books About Jane Austen
In this beautiful biography of one of fiction's most beloved writers, not only do we see how Jane Austen's life inspired her greatest works, Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, and Emma, but we also see how she set the standards for fiction novels all over the world.
What Jane Austen Ate and Charles Dickens Knew: From Fox Hunting to Whist: Daily Life in 19th Century EnglandDaniel PoolSimon & Schuster / 1994 / Trade Paperback$14.40 Retail:
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