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Jane Austen (1775–1817)

Author of Pride and Prejudice

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About the Author

Jane Austen's life is striking for the contrast between the great works she wrote in secret and the outward appearance of being quite dull and ordinary. Austen was born in the small English town of Steventon in Hampshire, and educated at home by her clergyman father. She was deeply devoted to her show more family. For a short time, the Austens lived in the resort city of Bath, but when her father died, they returned to Steventon, where Austen lived until her death at the age of 41. Austen was drawn to literature early, she began writing novels that satirized both the writers and the manners of the 1790's. Her sharp sense of humor and keen eye for the ridiculous in human behavior gave her works lasting appeal. She is at her best in such books as Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814), and Emma (1816), in which she examines and often ridicules the behavior of small groups of middle-class characters. Austen relies heavily on conversations among her characters to reveal their personalities, and at times her novels read almost like plays. Several of them have, in fact, been made into films. She is considered to be one of the most beloved British authors. (Bowker Author Biography) show less
Disambiguation Notice:

While a number of works on this page are modern works only partly based on the classic works of Jane Austen, the Jane Austen listed as (co-)author is the same Jane Austen and therefore the author page should not be split. (However, Jane Austen's role should be author, editor, etc of the work, not a subject or reference of the work.)

Please be careful when combining editions of Austen's complete novels - some editions contain 7 novels, others 8. Still others add various novels that were not completed.


Works by Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice (1813) 81,327 copies
Sense and Sensibility (1811) 38,436 copies
Emma (1815) 38,306 copies
Persuasion (1817) 28,917 copies
Mansfield Park (1814) 22,653 copies
Northanger Abbey (1817) — Author — 21,790 copies
Jane Austen: Seven Novels (1811) 5,452 copies
Lady Susan (1794) 1,979 copies
Sanditon (1975) 1,261 copies
Jane Austen's Letters (1884) 921 copies
The History of England (1791) 590 copies
Love and Friendship (2003) 415 copies
Jane Austen's Minor Works (1954) 412 copies
Sanditon and Other Stories (1996) 386 copies
The Beautifull Cassandra (1793) 273 copies
The Annotated Persuasion (2010) 255 copies
Sanditon [unfinished] (1925) 217 copies
The Watsons: A Fragment (1871) — Author — 202 copies
The Annotated Emma (2012) 179 copies
Lesley Castle (1998) 157 copies
Jane Austen - 8 Books In 1 (2005) 147 copies
Shorter Works (1791) 132 copies
Emma: An Annotated Edition (2012) 113 copies
Catharine (1980) 108 copies
Emma [2009 TV Mini-Series] (2009) — Screenwriter — 107 copies
Love & Friendship [2016 film] (2016) — Author — 99 copies
The Prayers of Jane Austen (2015) 80 copies
Lady Susan / The Watsons (1871) 74 copies
100 Eternal Masterpieces of Literature - volume 2 (2020) — Contributor — 71 copies
100 Eternal Masterpieces of Literature - volume 1 (2017) — Contributor — 59 copies
The Jane Austen Collection [BBC] (1998) — Author — 56 copies
Persuasion / Lady Susan (1960) 54 copies
Sanditon/The Watsons (2005) 51 copies
The Beautifull Cassandra (1993) 41 copies
Teenage writings (2017) 38 copies
Emma [abridged - Dominoes] (2002) 36 copies
The Letters of Jane Austen (1997) 35 copies
Emma and the Werewolves (2009) 35 copies
Persuasion / Sense and Sensibility (1907) — Author — 35 copies
Juvenilia: Volume the First (1984) 33 copies
Persuasion [1971 TV mini series] (1975) — Original book — 29 copies
Sir Charles Grandison (1980) 28 copies
Persuasion / Sanditon (1996) 28 copies
Letters of Jane Austen (1871) 21 copies
Emma and Pride & Prejudice (2006) 21 copies
Later Manuscripts (2008) 19 copies
Jane Austen Collection (2014) 19 copies
Emma AND Lady Susan (1999) 18 copies
Juvenilia: Volume the Third (2017) 16 copies
Jack and Alice (2001) 16 copies
James Fairfax (2009) 16 copies
25 Favorite Novels I (2013) 16 copies
Sanditon: & Other Stories (2019) 11 copies
Jane Austen (2003) 10 copies
Frederic and Elfrida (1987) 9 copies
Jane Austen In Manhattan [1980 film] (1980) — Writer — 8 copies
A Collection of Letters (1999) 8 copies
Seven novels = 8 copies
Marriage (2018) — Author — 7 copies
Evelyn (1999) 6 copies
Henry and Eliza (1984) 5 copies
Obras Selectas (2013) 4 copies
Evlilik (2020) 4 copies
Brev (2017) 3 copies
Els Watson (2024) 3 copies
Quattro coppie (2014) 3 copies
La abadía de Northanger (2014) 3 copies
Lejos de Cassandra (2021) 3 copies
Persuasion Annotated (2021) 3 copies
Emma.(clasicos manga) (2019) 3 copies
EMMA CD (2014) 3 copies
The Definitive (2016) 3 copies
Jane Austen: About Love (2007) 3 copies
Mansfield Park - Volume II — Author — 3 copies
Tutti i romanzi (2015) 3 copies
A Reader / Ein Lesebuch (2012) 2 copies
Emma [abridged - audio] (2008) 2 copies
The three sisters (2004) 2 copies
Tre systrar (2022) 2 copies
Sentido y sensibilidad (1997) 2 copies
Ghrūr va taʻaṣub (2012) 2 copies
Northanger Abbey. Level 6 (2016) 2 copies
Dominoes: Two: Emma Pack (2010) 2 copies
Hayata Gec Kalma (2016) 2 copies
Three Mini-Dramas (2006) 2 copies
Gooth ha gowvreus (2015) 2 copies
Three evening prayers (1940) 2 copies
אמה 1 copy
Umut Parkı (1998) 1 copy
Jane Austen 1 copy
Emma 1 copy
Persuasion 1 copy
Persuasion 1 copy
Emma (amb cassette) (1998) 1 copy
Persuasion 2 1 copy
Persuasion 1 1 copy
Quotations 1 copy
Pride and Prejudice (1962) 1 copy
Lydighed og ln̆gsel (1996) 1 copy
Leydi Susan (2021) 1 copy
Watson Ailesi (2019) 1 copy
إقناع 1 copy
Emma, Persuasion (2006) 1 copy
Emma [2 DVDs] (2010) 1 copy
The Watsons 1 copy
Kolm õde 1 copy
Emma - Stage 6 (2021) 1 copy
Novels 1 copy
Jane Austen Postcards (1992) 1 copy
Ritorno a te 1 copy
Sentido y sensibilidad (2021) 1 copy
Järki ja tunteet (2014) 1 copy
juvenalia 1 copy
Persuasion 1 copy
Emma. Cz. 1 (2016) 1 copy
EMMA (2008) 1 copy

Associated Works

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2009) 11,028 copies
Pride & Prejudice [2005 film] (2005) — Original Novel — 899 copies
Sense and Sensibility [1995 film] (1995) — Original novel — 847 copies
Marvel Illustrated: Pride & Prejudice (2009) — Contributor — 469 copies
Emma [1996 film] (1996) — Original novel — 359 copies
Heartstone (2017) — Original author, some editions — 348 copies
Persuasion [1995 film] (1995) — Original book — 331 copies
Marvel Illustrated: Sense & Sensibility (2010) — Contributor — 269 copies
Erotica: Women's Writing from Sappho to Margaret Atwood (1990) — Contributor — 168 copies
Emma {1996 TV movie} (1996) — Original book — 157 copies
Mansfield Park [1999 film] (2000) — Original book — 154 copies
Marvel Illustrated: Emma (2011) — Contributor — 142 copies
A Literary Christmas: An Anthology (2013) — Contributor — 137 copies
Persuasion [2007 TV movie] (2007) — Original book — 133 copies
Mansfield Park [2007 film] (2008) — Original book — 133 copies
The Penguin Book of Women's Humour (1996) — Contributor — 119 copies
Northanger Abbey [2007 film] (2007) — Original book — 119 copies
Emma [2020 film] (2020) — Original novel — 118 copies
The Lifted Veil: Women's 19th Century Stories (2005) — Contributor — 114 copies
Marvel Illustrated: Northanger Abbey (2012) — Contributor — 96 copies
Pride and Prejudice [1940 film] (1940) — Original book — 84 copies
Sense & Sensibility [2008 TV mini series] (2008) — Author — 69 copies
Pride and Prejudice [1980 TV mini-series] (1980) — Novel — 67 copies
Graphic Classics: Gothic Classics (2007) — Source Author, some editions — 64 copies
Northanger Abbey [1987 film] (1987) — Original book — 57 copies
Northanger Abbey/Castle of Otranto/Mysteries of Udolpho (1963) — Contributor — 57 copies
The Faber Book of Gardens (2007) — Contributor — 45 copies
Emma [1972 TV mini series] (1972) — Original book — 42 copies
Sense & Sensibility [1981 TV miniseries] (1981) — Original book — 37 copies
Pride & Prejudice [2003 film] (2003) — Based on the novel by — 34 copies
The Book Lovers (1976) — Contributor — 26 copies
Sanditon: Season 1 (2019) — Author — 26 copies
Pride and Prejudice: A Play (1942) — Original book — 26 copies
Women on Nature (2021) — Contributor — 23 copies
Four English Novels (1960) — Contributor — 12 copies
Unleashing Mr. Darcy [2016 TV movie] (2016) — Author — 9 copies
More Chucklebait: Funny Stories for Everyone (1949) — Contributor — 9 copies
Best of Women's Short Stories, Volume 2 (2006) — Contributor — 9 copies
An Adult's Garden of Bloomers (1966) — Contributor — 7 copies
The West Country Book (1981) — Contributor — 6 copies
Persuasion [2022 film] (2022) — Original novel — 5 copies
Collected Classics, Vol. 2 (2000) — Contributor — 5 copies
19. Jahrhundert 1. Romantik (1983) — Contributor — 5 copies
Great Love Scenes from Famous Novels (1943) — Contributor — 5 copies
Teen-Age Treasury for Girls (1958) — Contributor — 5 copies
Pride and Prejudice: Having a Ball [2013 TV movie] — Author, some editions — 4 copies
30 Eternal Masterpieces of Humorous Stories (2017) — Contributor — 4 copies
Girls' Own Book (1959) 3 copies
Emma (2011) — Original text — 3 copies
Christmas at Pemberley Manor [2018 TV movie] (2018) — Author — 3 copies
Worlds Greatest Classics (Box Set of 4 Books) (2021) — Contributor — 2 copies
Modern Persuasion [2020 film] — Writer — 1 copy


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Common Knowledge

Canonical name
Austen, Jane
Legal name
Austen, Jane
Other names
A Lady
Date of death
Burial location
Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, England, UK
Country (for map)
Steventon, Hampshire, England, UK
Place of death
Winchester, Hampshire, England, UK
Cause of death
Addison's disease
Places of residence
Bath, Somerset, England, UK
Southampton, Hampshire, England, UK
Chawton, Hampshire, England, UK
Reading, Berkshire, England, UK
Steventon, Hampshire, England
at home
Reading Ladies Boarding School
Austen, Caroline (niece)
Austen-Leigh, James Edward (nephew)
Austen-Leigh, Joan (great-great-grand neice)
Austen-Leigh, William (grand-nephew)
Hubback, Catherine Anne (niece)
Austen, Henry (brother) (show all 8)
Lefroy, Anna (niece)
Knatchbull-Hugessen, Edward H. (grand-nephew)
Church of England
Henry Austen
Rev. George Austen
Short biography
From the Jane Austen Society of North America: Jane Austen, one of England’s foremost novelists, was never publicly acknowledged as a writer during her lifetime. Born at Steventon Rectory in Hampshire, the 7th child of a country clergyman and his wife, she was primarily educated at home, benefiting from her father’s extensive library and the schoolroom atmosphere created by Mr. Austen’s live-in pupils. Her closest friend was her only sister, Cassandra, almost three years her senior.

Though Austen lived a quiet life, she had unusual access to the greater world, primarily through her brothers. On extended visits to Godmersham, her brother Edward’s estate in Kent, Austen and her sister took part in the privileged life of the landed gentry, which is reflected in all her fiction. In 1811, at the age of 35, she published Sense and Sensibility, which identified the author only as "a Lady." Pride and Prejudice followed in 1813, Mansfield Park in 1814, and Emma in 1815. Jane Austen died at age 41 and was buried in Winchester Cathedral. Interestingly, her gravestone, which is visited by hundreds of admirers each year, does not even mention that she was an author.
Disambiguation notice
While a number of works on this page are modern works only partly based on the classic works of Jane Austen, the Jane Austen listed as (co-)author is the same Jane Austen and therefore the author page should not be split. (However, Jane Austen's role should be author, editor, etc of the work, not a subject or reference of the work.)

Please be careful when combining editions of Austen's complete novels - some editions contain 7 novels, others 8. Still others add various novels that were not completed.



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This was my last unread Austen! It’s interesting that it’s one she apparently wrote when she was younger, though it wasn’t published until after she died. Its humor is less sophisticated, broader, but honestly in many ways just as if not more actually enjoyable for all that. And I think Henry Tilney might be my favorite of the Austen men.
ghneumann | 420 other reviews | Jun 14, 2024 |
It's never quite specified what exactly ails Fanny Price, the heroine of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park, but she's physically weak and often sickly, and can't walk very far before she needs to rest. Maybe asthma? Whatever it is, it's likely something that could be treated easily if she'd lived in today's world. Oh well. She is the way she is. And maybe it plays into her personality, for she's as retiring emotionally as she is physically. It takes Fanny, a naturally shy creature, quite a while to adjust when her aunt, Lady Bertram, decides to relieve her sister (Mrs. Price) of one of her many children to help ease her financial burdens, and Fanny's taken out of her familiar home and brought to the country estate of Mansfield Park to be raised alongside (but not quite the same as) her cousins, Frederick and Edmund and Maria and Julia.

Of the lively Bertram children, it is only Edmund that makes the effort to draw Fanny out of her shell, and so by the time she becomes a young woman of marriageable age, she's of course quietly-but-devotedly in love with him. To the rest of the family, she's sort of halfway one of their own. But things turn upside down when a new parson arrives, complete with his wife and her half-siblings: Henry and Mary Crawford. They're Londoners, and have city attitudes that contrast sharply with Fanny and her country morals. Henry's flirtations nearly break up one of the Bertram girls' happy engagements, while Mary and Edmund begin to grow closer despite her concerns that his planned future, as a clergyman, won't be lucrative enough to sustain her in the lifestyle she'd like to lead. And then Henry, to amuse himself, decides to try to make Fanny fall in love with him...only to find that he's the one who grows besotted. Since this is Austen, it ends with a happily made marriage and everyone getting more or less what they deserve.

Those who like to read Jane Austen for her sparkling, witty female leads, like Eliza Bennett or Emma Woodhouse, will be disappointed here: Fanny Price is more like Elinor Dashwood, but with the fun quotient dialed down to almost zero. I'm glad I didn't read this book until I was in my 30s, because I think if I'd read it when I was younger I would have found her so tiresome and boring I would have put the book down. That's my most significant criticism of the book: Fanny can be hard to root for, even though we're clearly supposed to. She's definitely sympathetic, but she's also kind of a stick-in-the-mud. She always always behaves appropriately and is horrified by transgressions of her strict moral code. At the end of the day, I found her good heart outweighed the irritation of her teacher's pet persona, but I can imagine plenty of readers finding it hard to really like her and therefore really like the book.

But even though "bad kids" Henry and Mary are much more interesting than our protagonist, I still very much enjoyed reading this book. Jane Austen's turns of phrase and lively wit are just as much a part of this book as they are her others, and it's her quality of writing that I find enjoyable more than her characters anyways. It's maybe a trifle overlong. If you haven't read her work before, I wouldn't recommend starting here, because it's one of her slower books (start with Sense and Sensibility instead). But if you have read her and like her and wonder if you should read this, too, I do recommend it.
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ghneumann | 360 other reviews | Jun 14, 2024 |
The Dashwoods have come into an inheritance, but a meager inheritance. In a status society, conspicuous consumption is needed to fit in. Showcasing money brings with it status, but money does not buy the thing they seek, happiness. The sisters and their different personalities need to figure out how to navigate social society. That means keeping sensibility, even when not feeling well. Even when meaning well, the way actions and comments are perceived carry weight which are subject to gossip. It takes practice to align perception and judgment. Along the way, turmoil and romance ensue.

As the book was written in the early 19th century, the circumstances are different and can sometimes be difficult to relate to. Parts of the book have poor flow.
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Eugene_Kernes | 529 other reviews | Jun 4, 2024 |


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