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The Full List of Jane Austen Books

Updated 2020

Here is the complete list of books published by Jane Austen, a Georgian era author best known for literary classics such as Emma, Pride and Prejudice, and Sense and Sensibility.

Austen has inspired literary anthologies and many critical essays. Her novels became an inspiration to many classic films, such as Sense and Sensibility (1995), Emma (1996), Mansfield Park (1999), Pride & Prejudice (2005), Love & Friendship (2016), and Emma, (2020).

Who Is Jane Austen?

Born on December 16, 1775, in Steventon, Hampshire, England, Jane Austen was the second daughter and seventh child of Cassandra and George Austen. She was especially close to her elder sister, Cassandra, with whom she collaborated on in her later years as a writer.

Jane and her sister got a bit of formal education when they were sent to boarding schools during their pre-adolescent years. Unfortunately, their education was cut short because of financial constraints. Both Austen sisters caught the Typhus disease at this time but were able to recover. 

Austen grew up hearing and writing stories, which became a stimulus to her writing career. In the 1790s, she started to write her own novels and wrote Love and Friendship, a spoof of romantic fiction sorted out as a series of love letters. 

The next year, she wrote The History of England, which is a parody of historical writing. These notebooks, which also include poems, plays, and short stories, are now presently alluded to as Austen’s Juvenilia.

Austen continued to write in her later years. Elinor and Marianne, which was first written as a series of letters, were later published as Sense and Sensibility. Her written drafts of First Impressions was published as Pride and Prejudice, and Susan was renamed and published as Northanger Abbey by Jane’s brother, Henry, after Austen’s death.

Jane Austen was never married, and at age 41 in 1816, she started to suffer from Addison’s disease. However, it was not ultimately confirmed that it was that disease Austen had. Despite her illness, Austen still tried to work as frequently as she could. She even managed to write a new novel called The Brothers, which was published after her death as Sanditon. Her health deteriorated over time and died on July 18, 1817, in Winchester, Hampshire, England. 

Jane Austen Complete Booklist & Summary

Here is Jane Austen’s complete list of works along with a short summary: 

1) Love and Freindship – 1790

  • Jane Austen books 1Book Summary: Austen’s hilarious early stories and sketches—complete with her delightfully quirky spelling habits—now collected in one gorgeous clothbound volume, including Lady Susan, the basis for Whit Stillman’s feature film Love and Friendship starring Kate Beckinsale and Chloë Sevigny
    Jane Austen’s earliest writing dates from when she was just eleven-years-old, and already shows the hallmarks of her mature work. But it is also a product of the times in which she grew up—dark, grotesque, often surprisingly bawdy, and a far cry from the polished, sparkling novels of manners for which she became famous. Drunken heroines, babies who bite off their mothers’ fingers, and a letter-writer who has murdered her whole family all feature in these highly spirited pieces. This edition includes all of Austen’s juvenilia, including her “History of England” and the novella Lady Susan, in which the anti-heroine schemes and cheats her way through high society. With a title that captures a young Austen’s original idiosyncratic spelling habits and an introduction by Christine Alexander that shows how Austen was self-consciously fashioning herself as a writer from an early age, this is a must-have for any Austen lover.
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2) Lesley Castle – 1793

  • Jane Austen books 2Book Summary: “Lesley Castle” is a novella by Jane Austen, unfinished at the time of her death. Presented as a series of letters, it follows the conversations and musings of Miss Margaret Lesley and Miss Charlotte Lutterell. As they discuss such subjects as adultery, elopement, divorce, and remarriage, it soon becomes clear that that they are shallow, trivial women, and easy targets for Jane Austen’s sharp wit and social satire. Penned when she was just 14 years old this texts includes all of Austen’s original spelling quirks. Jane Austen (1775 – 1817) was an English author known primarily for her novels, which critique the 18th century English upper classes and contemporary novels of sensibility. Her use of irony coupled with biting social commentary and realism have led to her wide acclaim amongst scholars and critics, her work contributing to the transition to 19th-century literary realism. Other notable works by this author include: “Sense and Sensibility” (1811), “Pride and Prejudice” (1813), and “Mansfield Park” (1814). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this book now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.
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3) The Beautifull Cassandra – 1793

  • Jane Austen books 3Book Summary: One of Jane Austen’s most charming youthful “novels”-in-miniature—presented in a deluxe illustrated edition that will delight all Austen fans
    Most people think Jane Austen wrote only six novels. Fortunately for us, she wrote several others, though very short ones, while still a young girl.Austen was only twelve or thirteen when she wrote The Beautifull Cassandra, an irreverent and humorous little masterpiece. Weighing in at 465 occasionally misspelled words, it is a complete and perfect novel-in-miniature, made up of a dedication to her older sister Cassandra and twelve chapters, each consisting of a sentence or two.Narrating the slightly criminal adventures of the sixteen-year-old title character, The Beautifull Cassandra gives us Austen’s most irrepressible heroine, who, after stealing a hat, leaves her mother’s shop to flounce around London, eating ice cream (without paying), taking coach rides (without paying), and encountering handsome young ladies and gentlemen (without speaking)—all to return home hours later with whispered joy: “This is a day well spent.”This charming edition features elegant and edgy watercolor drawings by Leon Steinmetz and is edited by leading Austen scholar Claudia L. Johnson. In her illuminating afterword, Johnson calls The Beautifull Cassandra “among the most brilliant and polished” of Austen’s youthful writings—a precocious work written for the amusement of her family but already anticipating her mature irony, sense of the absurd, gift for parody, and, above all, stylistic mastery.The result is a marvelous edition of a literary treasure that is sure to delight.
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4) The Watsons – 1805

  • Jane Austen books 4Book Summary: Praised by critics and studied by scholars, Jane Austen’s novels endure because of their popularity with readers. The author’s witty and astute observations elevate her tales of parties, gossip, and romance into matters of captivating drama, offering an evocative portrait of everyday life in the towns and countryside of Regency England. Austen’s premature death at the age of forty-two curtailed her legacy, and her devotees have eagerly read and re-read her handful of books. This collection features two of her unfinished novels, an often overlooked pair of gems that enrich our appreciation of Austen’s storytelling gifts.
    These writings first appeared posthumously, when Austen’s nephew included the texts in an 1871 memoir of his celebrated relative. The Watsons unfolds in a familiar domestic milieu, in which a spirited heroine finds her marriage opportunities narrowed by poverty and pride. In contrast, Sanditon ventures into markedly different territory. Set at a seaside resort, among a cast of hypochondriacs and speculators, it suggests that Austen’s work might have taken some unexpected new directions. Even if these incomplete stories had been of little intrinsic value, they would have been of interest as literary records and curiosities. As it happens, they are of high quality and worthy of reading for their own sake, for pleasure as well as study.
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5) Sense and Sensibility – 1811

  • Jane Austen books 5Book Summary: Sense and Sensibility is a novel by Jane Austen, and was her first published work when it appeared in 1811 under the pseudonym “A Lady”. A work of romantic fiction, better known as a comedy of manners, Sense and Sensibility is set in southwest England, London and Kent between 1792 and 1797, and portrays the life and loves of the Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne. The novel follows the young ladies to their new home, a meagre cottage on a distant relative’s property, where they experience love, romance and heartbreak. The philosophical resolution of the novel is ambiguous: the reader must decide whether sense and sensibility have truly merged.
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6) Pride and Prejudice – 1813

  • Jane Austen books 6Book Summary: Austen’s most popular novel, the unforgettable story of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. Nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read

    Few have failed to be charmed by the witty and independent spirit of Elizabeth Bennet in Austen’s beloved classic Pride and Prejudice. When Elizabeth Bennet first meets eligible bachelor Fitzwilliam Darcy, she thinks him arrogant and conceited; he is indifferent to her good looks and lively mind. When she later discovers that Darcy has involved himself in the troubled relationship between his friend Bingley and her beloved sister Jane, she is determined to dislike him more than ever. In the sparkling comedy of manners that follows, Jane Austen shows us the folly of judging by first impressions and superbly evokes the friendships, gossip and snobberies of provincial middle-class life. This Penguin Classics edition, based on Austen’s first edition, contains the original Penguin Classics introduction by Tony Tanner and an updated introduction and notes by Viven Jones.For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.
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7) Pride and Prejudice: A Coloring Classic – 1813

  • Jane Austen books 7Book Summary: Fall in love all over again with Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice in this wonderful coloring book featuring beautifully intricate patterns and details, classic quotations, and iconic scenes to color in. Includes a fascinating guide to the Victorian language of flowers and a gorgeous foiled cover.
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8) Mansfield Park – 1814

  • Jane Austen books 8Book Summary: Taken from the poverty of her parents’ home in Portsmouth, Fanny Price is brought up with her rich cousins at Mansfield Park, acutely aware of her humble rank and with her cousin Edmund as her sole ally. During her uncle’s absence in Antigua, the Crawford’s arrive in the neighbourhood bringing with them the glamour of London life and a reckless taste for flirtation. Mansfield Park is considered Jane Austen’s first mature work and, with its quiet heroine and subtle examination of social position and moral integrity, one of her most profound.For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.
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9) Emma (Collins Classics) – 1815

  • Jane Austen books 9Book Summary: HarperCollins is proud to present its range of best-loved, essential classics.‘The real evils, indeed, of Emma’s situation were the power of having rather too much her own way, and a disposition to think a little too well of herself…’Beautiful, rich, self-assured and witty, Emma Woodhouse delights in matchmaking those around her, with no apparent care for her own romantic life. Taking young Harriet Smith under her wing, Emma sets her sights on finding a suitable match for her friend. Chided for her mistakes by old friend Mr Knightley, it is only when Harriet starts to pursue her own love interests that Emma realises the true hidden depths of her own heart.Delightful, engaging and entertaining, and with a dazzling gallery of characters, Emma is arguably Austen’s most well-loved social comedy.
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10) Emma (Collins Classics) – 1817

  • Jane Austen books 10Book Summary: Jane Austen’s last work, now a PBS limited series adapted by acclaimed screenwriter Andrew Davies. Sanditon—an eleven-chapter fragment left at Jane Austen’s death completed by an Austen devotee and novelist— is a charming addition to Austen’s novels on England’s privileged classes and the deception, snobbery, and unexpected romances that occur in their world. 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 reigning local dowager Lady Denham to her impoverished ward Clara, and from the handsome, feckless Sidney Parker to his amusing, if hypochondriac, sisters. A heroine whose clear-sighted commens sense is often at war with romance, Charlotte cannot help observing around her both folly and passion in many guises. But can the levelheaded Charlotte herself resist the desires of the heart?
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11) Northanger Abbey – 1817

  • Jane Austen books 11Book Summary: Austen’s witty exploration of the perils of mistaking fiction for reality
    During an eventful season at Bath, young, naïve Catherine Morland experiences the joys of fashionable society for the first time. She is delighted with her new acquaintances: flirtatious Isabella, who shares Catherine’s love of Gothic romance and horror, and sophisticated Henry and Eleanor Tilney, who invite her to their father’s mysterious house, Northanger Abbey. There, her imagination influenced by novels of sensation and intrigue, Catherine imagines terrible crimes committed by General Tilney. With its broad comedy and irrepressible heroine, this is the most youthful and and optimistic of Jane Austen’s works.For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.
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12) Persuasion – 1818

  • Jane Austen books 12Book Summary: Jane Austen’s last completed novel, marrying witty social realism to a Cinderella love story
    At twenty-­seven, Anne Elliot is no longer young and has few romantic prospects. Eight years earlier, she had been persuaded by her friend Lady Russell to break off her engagement to Frederick Wentworth, a handsome naval captain with neither fortune nor rank. What happens when they encounter each other again is movingly told in Jane Austen’s last completed novel. Set in the fashionable societies of Lyme Regis and Bath, Persuasion is a brilliant satire of vanity and pretension, but, above all, it is a love story tinged with the heartache of missed opportunities.For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.
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13) The History of England – 1853

  • Jane Austen books 13Book Summary: “The History of England” is a 1791 novel by English author Jane Austen. Written when she was just fifteen years old (it includes her original spelling quirks), it is a humorous burlesque on the popular history books contemporarily used in school. Within it, Austen comically mimics the style of writing characteristic of these books, mocking the dubious objectivity of the historians in question. With outrageous characters and Austen’s famously sharp wit, “The History of England” constitutes a must-read for fans of Austen’s work and would make for a worthy addition to any collection. Jane Austen (1775 – 1817) was an English author known primarily for her novels, which critique the 18th century English upper classes and contemporary novels of sensibility. Her use of irony coupled with biting social commentary and realism have led to her wide acclaim amongst scholars and critics, her work contributing to the transition to 19th-century literary realism. Other notable works by this author include: “Sense and Sensibility” (1811), “Pride and Prejudice” (1813), and “Mansfield Park” (1814). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this book now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.
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14) Lady Susan – 1871

  • Jane Austen books 14Book Summary: Lady Susan is a selfish, attractive woman, who tries to trap the best possible husband while maintaining a relationship with a married man. She subverts all the standards of the romantic novel: she has an active role, she’s not only beautiful but intelligent and witty, and her suitors are significantly younger than she is. Although the ending includes a traditional reward for morality, Lady Susan herself is treated much more mildly than the adulteress in Mansfield Park.

15) Letters of Jane Austen – 1884

  • Book Summary: First published in 1932, this fantastic volume contains a large collection of letters written by famous English author Jane Austen. Although on the surface a series of discussions about silk stockings, dinner menus and attending dances, and other trivial matters, these letters offer the reader unique insights in the life and mind of this great author. “The Letters of Jane Austen” is not to be missed by those who have read and enjoyed her works and especially those wishing to learn something about the life Jane Austen led on a day-to-day basis. Jane Austen (1775 – 1817) was an English author known primarily for her novels, which critique the 18th century English upper classes and contemporary novels of sensibility. Her use of irony coupled with biting social commentary and realism have led to her wide acclaim amongst scholars and critics, her work contributing to the transition to 19th-century literary realism. Other notable works by this author include: “Sense and Sensibility” (1811), “Pride and Prejudice” (1813), and “Mansfield Park” (1814). Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this book now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.
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16) Jane Austen’s Letters to Her Sister Cassandra and Others – 1932

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17) The Complete Works of Jane Austen – 1933

  • Book Summary: This ebook compiles Jane Austen’s complete novels, including “Sense and Sensibility”, “Persuasion”, “Pride and Prejudice”, “Emma” and “Mansfield Park”.
    This edition has been professionally formatted and contains several tables of contents. The first table of contents (at the very beginning of the ebook) lists the titles of all novels included in this volume. By clicking on one of those titles you will be redirected to the beginning of that work, where you’ll find a new TOC that lists all the chapters and sub-chapters of that specific work.
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18) My dear Cassandra – 1990

  • Book Summary: It has been said that Jane Austen the woman and Jane Austen the author are all of a piece, and nowhere is this more evident to the lovers of her novels than in the pages of her letters. This new celebration of these letters is illustrated with portraits, facsimile letters, topographical engravings and fashion plates, and aims to bring to life the world Jane Austen inhabited. Although the book follows a broadly chronological scheme, the letters are arranged round visual themes considered particularly suitable for illustration, such as the Hampshire countryside, social life in Bath and London, domestic pursuits, paying visits and travelling by carriage. The author, who was born in Jane Austen’s Hampshire village, lectures on English Literature for the Open University and the Oxford University Department of External Studies. Her special interest is 19th-century children’s literature and she has compiled an anthology, “Childhood”.
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19) Catharine and Other Writings – 1993

  • Book Summary: This new collection of Austen’s brilliant short fiction is the first annotated edition of her short writings. The texts have been compared with the manuscripts to give a number of new readings. In addition to prose fiction and prayers, this collection contains many of her poems written to amuse and console her friends, and are unavailable in any other single volume.About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World’s Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford’s commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
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20) The Wit and Wisdom of Jane Austen – 1996

  • Book Summary: A Treasure Trove of 175 Quips—Both Witty and Wise—from Beloved Writer Jane Austen!“Wisdom is better than wit, and in the long run will certainly have the laugh on her side.”—Jane Austen to Fanny Austen, 1814No wiser or wittier words have been spoken than by one of the world’s most celebrated writers, Jane Austen. Nor have her words ever been presented in such an elegant and thoughtful fashion than in this lovely collection. Covering the timeless topics of happiness, family, fashion, beauty, human nature, society, and, of course, love and marriage, each quip has been curated from Austen’s novels and private letters. Complementing Jane’s words are more than fifty delightful 1890s illustrations from her works, resulting in the perfect gift for Janeites, aspiring writers, and anyone in pursuit of wit and wisdom.
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21) Favorite Jane Austen Novels – 1997

  • Book Summary: Three of the author’s most popular works — widely admired for their satiric wit, subtlety, and perfection of style — brilliantly re-create the provincial world of the early-19th-century English countryside, focusing, respectively, on husband-hunting mothers and daughters, the humbling of proud lovers, and the return of a once-rejected lover.
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22) Pride and Prejudice: The Wild and Wanton Edition – 2010

  • Book Summary: This reissue of Pride and Prejudice: The Wild and Wanton Edition launches Crimson Romance’s new Wild and Wanton line!It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife . . . in bed. Unfortunately, we’ve never been able to see Elizabeth and Fitzwilliam in flagrante delicto – until now.In this deliciously naughty updating of the beloved classic, you can peek behind the closed doors of Pemberley’s sexiest master bedroom – and revel in the sexual delights of your favorite couple.
    From first kiss to orgasmic finish, this book is every Austen fan’s dream come true – the story you love, with the heat turned up to high. It will come as no surprise that the dashing Mr. Darcy is as passionate and intense with his knickers off as he is with them on. And admit it, we’ve all wanted to see him sans knickers!

    Sensuality Level: HotThis novel contains adult content. Must
    be 18 years or older to read.
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23) Sanditon, Lady Susan, & The History of England: The Juvenilia and Shorter Works of Jane Austen – 2011

  • Book Summary: Sanditon, Lady Susan, & The History of England: The Juvenilia and Shorter Works of Jane Austen is a rare collection and a must for all Jane-ites.Part of the Macmillan Collector’s Library; a series of stunning, clothbound, pocket sized classics with gold foiled edges and ribbon markers. These beautiful books make perfect gifts or a treat for any book lover. This edition features an introduction by Kathryn White.Representing what Richard Church regarded as Jane Austen’s literary work-basket, this collection contains not only her hilarious History of England, illustrated by her favourite sister Cassandra, but the unfinished Sanditon, the novel of her maturity on which she was working at her death, aged forty-two. Also included are the two epistolary novels, Lady Susan and Love and Friendship [sic], and other, shorter works: ‘The Watsons’, ‘Catharine’, ‘Lesley Castle’, ‘Evelyn’, ‘Frederic and Elfrida’, ‘Jack and Alice’, ‘Edgar and Emma’, ‘Henry and Eliza’ and ‘The Three Sisters’.
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24) Classics Reimagined, Pride and Prejudice – 2015

  • Book Summary: Experience this amazing reimagining of Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen’s classic story of love and misunderstanding—featuring the colorful and contemporary illustrations of Alice Pattullo, now in paperback. Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice has stood the test of time as one of her best novels. Biting commentaryromance, and misunderstanding abound in this classic story. Pride and Prejudice follows the romantic adventures of Bennett sisters, Mr. Bingley, and his dour friend Mr. Darcy. Pattullo’s full-color, folkloric, multi-faceted pieces of art breathe new life into this engaging, romantic novel, making it a collectible for book and art lovers everywhere.The Classics Reimagined series is a library of stunning collector’s editions of unabridged classic novels illustrated by contemporary artists from around the world. Each artist offers his or her own unique, visual interpretation of the most well-loved, widely read, and avidly collected literature from renowned authors. From The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and from Edgar Allan Poe to the Brothers Grimm, collect every beautiful volume.
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25) Pride and Prejudice & Emojis – 2017

  • Book Summary: Mr Darcy *heart eyes emoji* Lizzie Bennet. But will she swipe right? Delight in Austen’s intelligent wit and piercing social commentary, distillled and translated into the beautiful, modern language of emoji. Because there is no enjoyment like reading. Except maybe texting.

26) Pour Your Heart Out With Jane Austen – 2018

  • Book Summary: An interactive journal/quote book mash-up, featuring quotes from the most famous works of Regency novelist Jane Austen, and accompanied by whimsical artwork
    Pour Your Heart Out is part guided journal, part quote book, and your new BFF. A fully illustrated journal featuring the most inspiring quotes from the legendary and wonderfully wise Jane Austen’s books, coupled with creative prompts to encourage self-expression and creativity. An opportunity for readers to let it all out on the page, explore their emotions, and draw on their own imaginations. Pour Your Heart Out makes the perfect companion for any teen or adult. Whether you’re off on a new adventure, dealing with tough stuff, or crushing over your lab partner, Pour Your Heart Out will be there for you through it all!
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27) Jane Austen’s Little Book About Life – 2019

  • Book Summary: Timeless Wisdom from the 19th Century
    Jane Austen’s novels have delighted readers for generations with their keen observations on the human condition and contain a wealth of practical insights and humorous quips on relationships, faith, family, love, character, and virtue.Celebrate Jane’s wit and wisdom with this charming collection of quotes from the mouths of some of her most beloved characters and from her own letters.Inside this exquisitely designed book, you’ll also enjoy rare photos from the British Library, selected Scripture verses, and personal prayers from the author herself, making this a must read for you or a welcomed gift for the Jane Austen enthusiast in your life.Join fellow Austenite and author of The Prayers of Jane Austen, Terry Glaspey, in revisiting Jane’s most memorable and thought-provoking lines.
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28) Jane Austen Miniature Library – 2019

  • Book Summary: A compact and charming collection of all of Austen’s novels that looks amazing on your bookshelf.All six of Jane Austen’s classic novels are included in this twelve-volume boxed set that looks wonderful on your shelf. When arranged in order, the spines create a lovely montage of a scene from eighteenth-century England, drawn right out of the world in which Austen’s novels take place. Each volume is small enough to be taken with you when you’re on the go, but still packs the enduring charm of Austen’s stories.
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