Jane Austen Jane Austen was born on 16 December, 1775, at the rectory in the village of Steventon, near Basingstoke, in Hampshire, England, and died at the age of 41 in Winchester from Addisons Disease on 18 July, 1817. Jane Austen was a major English novelist, best known for her novels Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Persuasion and Emma.
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About Jane Austen A biography and chronology, with obituary, of Jane Austen, plus links for some of her works including Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice and Emma.
A Jane Austen Scrapbook Photographs of various sites associated with Jane Austen.
Austen.com A starting point for people interested in Austen, there are resources for her works, and online and offline reference links.
A Writer Who is Good For You An article discussing the relevance and importance of Austen's writing in modern times.
Biography: Life (1775-1817) and Family A detailed look at Jane Austen's life and family, including genealogy charts and her childhood.
Chawton, Hampshire Lots of information about this famous Austen abode.
Clueless and Jane Austen's Emma. Looks at the parallels between the movie Clueless and the novel, Emma, on which it is loosely based.
Creative Quotations from Jane Austen A selection of quotations from Austen's works.
Hampshire, Inspirational Home of Jane Austen A tourist-oriented essay on Austen's life in Hampshire, where she wrote her most famous novels.
Health and Wealth and Miss Jane Austen Illustrated essay discussing the themes of health and wealth in relation to some of Austen's characters.
How Jane Austen's Characters Talk A computer analysis of how often characters in Austen's six main novels spoke.
Important Places in Pride and Prejudice and Jane Austen's Life - Map Lists of places both real and imaginary, illustrated with a map.
Jane Austen A brief biography of the author.
Jane Austen Film and Television Adaptations List of various adaptations, with images and audio clips.
Jane Austen Information Page Links to biographies, texts of some of her works and bibliographies.
Jane Austen Notes A miscellany of information about Jane Austen and her works.
Jane Austen's Bath A six page guide with photographs describing the City of Bath as Jane Austen knew it, from her arrival in the late 1700's until her departure in 1806.
Jane Austen's Clergymen Essay discussing the role of clergymen in Austen's novels.
Jane Austen's Home at Chawton A personal photographic tour of this house.
Jane Austen's House on the Web The house at Chawton where she wrote and revised her famous novels including Pride and Prejudice, is now a museum containing memorabilia and artefacts.
Jane Austen 1775-1817 A brief timeline of events in Austen's life.
Jane Austen (1775-1817) A wealth of links to Austen topics, including biographers, her works, discussion groups and academic resources.
Miscellaneous Materials Material which effectively is a FAQ on Jane Austen, with notes on a number of questions on her works.
The Calendars Behind Jane Austen's Novels Examines Austen's representations of the passage of time in her novels, with calendars tracing the events in each of her novels.
The Jane Austen Centre in Bath The Jane Austen Centre is a permanent exhibition which tells the story of Jane's Bath experience - the effect that living here had on her and her writing.
The Jane Austen Society of the United Kingdom The Society is dedicated to promoting and preserving Jane Austen and her works, and a brief biography can be found here with illustrations and photographs.