Jane Austen

The Complete Works of Jane Austen [project]


I have long considered Jane Austen my absolute favourite author. Even if other authors have been added to that list, she still holds a special place in my heart. I have read all of Jane Austen’s major works at some point (or reread them 10 times already), but I will surely read them again and post about them if I do. I have read any title in bold since I started this blog, the link will take you to my thoughts on the particular title:

Major works

Unfinished works

Short Works

Juvenilia – Volume the First

  • Frederic & Elfrida
  • Jack & Alice
  • Edgar & Emma
  • Henry and Eliza
  • The Adventures of Mr. Harley
  • Sir William Mountague
  • Memoirs of Mr. Clifford
  • The Beautifull Cassandra
  • Amelia Webster
  • The Visit
  • The Mystery
  • The Three Sisters
  • A beautiful description
  • The generous Curate
  • Ode to Pity

Juvenilia – Volume the Second

  • Love and Freindship
  • Lesley Castle
  • The History of England
  • A Collection of Letters
  • The female philosopher
  • The first Act of a Comedy
  • A Letter from a Young Lady
  • A Tour through Wales
  • A Tale

Juvenilia – Volume the Third

  • Evelyn
  • Catharine, or the Bower

Other

  • Sir Charles Grandison (1793, 1800)
  • Plan of a Novel (1815)
  • Poems
  • Prayers
  • Letters

2 thoughts on “Jane Austen

  1. Jillian

    This looks like an awesome project! I’m on the fence about Austen: I respect and admire her, but I’m not sure yet I enjoy her writing. Time will tell!! I’ve developed a fondness for her, as a person, for sure. :-)

    I’ve read Pride and Prejudice,, Love and Friendship and Plan of a Novel. Good stuff. :-)

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