The Complete Works of Jane Austen (All Novels, Short Stories, Unfinished Works, Juvenilia, Letters, Poems, Prayers, Memoirs and Biographies - Fully Illustrated)

The Complete Works of Jane Austen All Novels Short Stories Unfinished Works Juvenilia Letters Poems Prayers Memoirs and Biographies Fully Illustrated Table of Contents Pride and Prejudice Emma Sense and Sensibility Persuasion Mansfield Park Northanger Abbey Lady Susan Love And Friendship And Other Early WorksSearch a title enter Forward

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  • Title: The Complete Works of Jane Austen (All Novels, Short Stories, Unfinished Works, Juvenilia, Letters, Poems, Prayers, Memoirs and Biographies - Fully Illustrated)
  • Author: Jane Austen
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  • Page: 475
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Table of Contents Pride and Prejudice Emma Sense and Sensibility Persuasion Mansfield Park Northanger Abbey Lady Susan Love And Friendship And Other Early WorksSearch a title enter Forward2

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    1. Formatted very nicely. The electronic version controls work very well. Have found no glitches. Which are very nice. It also is a complete collection of Austen's works. All for very cheap! Really very happy with this purchase. Worth every penny and more. I bought this book at special price from here:amazon/Complete-Works

    2. This book, The Complete Works of Jane Austen, is not to be confused with The Newly Discovered, Unfinished, & Finished Complete Works of Jane Austen. The first, which I have completed, contains only the larger, more popular novels that Austen is known for, while the other contains those novels along with many smaller obscure novels, novellas, poems, and letters. I have finished the major books, and am now working my way through the smaller ones.As for my opinion on Austen:As I work my way thr [...]

    3. After checking out the other Kindle book collections that feature the writings of Jane Austen, I decided on this one because of three important things: 1. the cover grabbed me (really pretty and befitting of the era), 2. the layout was GREAT compared to the other Kindle versions I saw, where paragraphs were spaced weird and jagged on the right edge in some cases (or available illustrations were too small to even consider). The layout in this version makes for easy, comfortable reading, and the l [...]

    4. This may not be a "mans" book, but it is a good read. There was a little too much chattiness for my liking at times, but the story resonates with me as it resembles (fondly) my courtship with my wife. I see myself in Mr. Darcy (prideful and not outgoing), and something of my wife in Lizzy (opinionated and strong (and strong headed).

    5. Finished Northanger Abbey in this collection. First Jane Austen book that I have read. Now want to read more by her.

    6. Northhampton AbbeyThis is a love novel, written in third person by Jane Austen and finished in 1803 but not published for several years. It is about a young lady Catherine Morland who takes leave of her parents and siblings to vacation with a neighboring couple, the Allens, in Bath an area recommended for Mr. Allen's health. Catherine is an inquisitive, adventurous, and imaginative girl who is entering young adulthood and eager to experience the opportunities which would be available to her in a [...]

    7. All of her works are worth the read, thorough study, and so rich in wonderful characters, history, and self-discovery. Her protagonists have been some of the most interesting, clever, and beloved characters. Favorites in order:1. By far - PERSUASION. Anne Elliot is almost too good a character. First and last daughter of our's named mostly for her.2. Pride and Prejudice3. Emma4. Sense and Sensibility5. Northanger Abbey6. Mansfield Park

    8. Ughh so many words to say so little. I just can not appreciate Jane Austin stories. I have tried several times and could not get through even one. I gave up. I hardly ever give up. That is how much i cannot appreciate Jane Austin.

    9. I have read all her books just wanted to get a digital copy to carry around with me in case of emergency!

    10. I love her many written arts. I love her stories and the strong women, for those days, she portrays in her work.

    11. Sense and SensibilityThis one gives the clash of values characteristic of the writer, with wealth and temptation and opportunity versus rectitude and character and propriety as well as prudence playing the major part. How love itself must give way to rectitude and character is the chief theme, with the obvious lesson that giving way to temptation for now might close the door to happiness, love and future in factPride and Prejudice"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in poss [...]

    12. Sense and Sensibility:- This one gives the clash of values characteristic of the writer, with wealth and temptation and opportunity versus rectitude and character and propriety as well as prudence playing the major part. How love itself must give way to rectitude and character is the chief theme, with the obvious lesson that giving way to temptation for now might close the door to happiness, love and future in fact. .Pride And Prejudice:- "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single ma [...]

    13. I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every book from Jane Austen. They always feel like my best friend sharing the juiciest gossip with me, and I always feel very attached to the characters.For more of my reviews, please visit my blog!

    14. Dec 2 2017 - Read The Beautifull Cassandra, which is part of the Juvenilia Part 1 collection. Juvenilia is a collection of stories she wrote when she was very young. And boy oh boy does it show. This is clearly a story written by a child. I did not like it. 1 star.

    15. My favorite author, I re-read her books often. Persuasion is my current favorite, but all are clever and funny, with her particular style of poking fun of the society she was a part of.

    16. Jane AustenPride and PrejudiceNew York: Book-of-the-Month Club, 1996476 pp. Part of a Six-Book Set978-2-7441-0614-9 People think, even in this technologically advanced day and age, that is impossible for anyone, especially the average person, to travel back in time to a previous point in history. However, if a reader picks up a copy of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, they will be immediately transferred to early 19th century England by the end of the first chapter. Of course, no matter how [...]

    17. Pride & Prejudice (1813)- Reread- Finished Rereading 2015- 09.29To Read Minor Works, Unfinished Works, Early Works:-Unfinished Works -The Watsons (1804) -Sandition (1817)-Minor Work -Lady Susan (1794, 1805)-Early Works -Love and Friendship -Lesley Castle -The History of England - Collection of Letters - ScrapsRead Major Works:-Emma (1815)-Sense & Sensibility (1813)-Mansfield Park (1814-Persuasion (1817) Posthumous (Each above Completed all at my leisure -amongst others.-) -Northanger Abb [...]

    18. It is hard for me to sit and read this book because the typeset is so smallems to be taking forever to read it. It also doesn't help that I keep having bits of the movie(s) flash in my mind as I read it and almost like the movies much better than the books.I've decided to skip Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice and come back to them later. The others I have not seen a movie about it hundreds of times, so maybe that will help me move through it quickere typeset is still very small.

    19. So far, I'm enjoying this edition. I've completed Sense and Sensibility, and it was quite a good read. But I didn't expect less of Austen.My only issue, and the reason I'm not giving it a higher rating, is that the Kindle edition I'm reading has many many typos. On the one hand, what do you expect for $0.99? On the other hand, it's very distracting, and occasionally whole portions of sentences are lost. I'd recommend splurging on a better edition if you can, but this is otherwise a fine way to g [...]

    20. i love everything that jane austen has ever written, and that is the absolute truth. her lead characters are strong, self-aware, passionate and loving, but still affected by the pettiness, selfishness, and social pressure that they are surrounded by. The exquisite detail in each of her novels transports you to a different time and place, and lets you believe that you are either an innocent onlooker or close family friend throughout the stories. These are stories that i go back to again and again [...]

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