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All work of Jane Austen

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Mar is a child educator and an English lit graduate who enjoys reading and writing poems, articles, and short stories on various topics.

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Who is Jane Austen?

Jane Austen, An English Novelist, was born in Stevenson, Hampshire, England, on December 16, 1775, and died in Winchester, Hampshire, on July 18, 1817. She was indeed the 7th and 2nd sister in a family of 8, with six males and two daughters.

Jane's oldest sister, Cassandra, was her best friend during her life; never Jane and Cassandra married. Their dad was a professor who instilled in his offspring a desire for knowledge. Cassandra (née Leigh), his wife, was known for her sense of humor and spontaneous poetry and tales. Performing was a big hit in this family.

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Literary Work of Jane Austen

Jane Austen's earliest works form a separate category wherein the comedic portrayal of characters and society is accompanied by a significant dose of intellectual irony.

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List of Jane Austen's work

I'm not going to explain each book in this article but below is the list of Jane's complete works until her death.

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Some of Jane's work was discovered after her death. During the start of her career of writing which she was doing it privately many of her famous books were not published by her name but instead there would be written "By a Lady" in the place on an author name.

  1. Pride and prejudice
  2. sense and sensibility
  3. Mansfield park
  4. Northanger abbey
  5. Emma
  6. Lady Susan
  7. Persuasion
  8. Sanditon (Unfinished)
  9. The Watsons (Unfinished)
  10. Love and Friendship (Juvenile story started at the age of 11)


Theme of jane Austen's novels was mostly based on common domestic, society's issues and emotions such as love, betrayal and marriage etc. If we see a movie on any of jane's work, it is mostly of a romantic family drama filled humor and some common societal issues.

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