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Jane Austen Complete Collection (All Novels and Minor Works, including Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, and Persuasion, and More) (English Edition) par [Austen, Jane, Books, Maplewood]
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Jane Austen Complete Collection (All Novels and Minor Works, including Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, and Persuasion, and More) (English Edition) Format Kindle

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All of Jane Austen's Timeless Classics in One Collection!

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a reader in possession of a good mind, must be in want of complete collection of Jane Austen.

Collected here is the ultimate Kindle edition of the Jane Austen you know and love--Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, Persuasion, and More!--in one convenient, easy-to-use volume at a fantastic price.

Included in the Jane Austen Complete Collection are:

• The complete text of all major and minor works written by Jane Austen, each elegantly formatted for ease of use and enjoyment on your Kindle reader.
• Links to free, full-length audio recordings of all the books in this collection.
• An individual, active Table of Contents for each book accessible from the Kindle “go to” feature.
• Perfect formatting in rich text compatible with Kindle’s Text-to-Speech features.
• A low, can't-say-no price!

Austen's Complete Works

All of Austen's major and minor works are included.

• Sense and Sensibility (1811)
• Pride and Prejudice (1813)
• Mansfield Park (1814)
• Emma (1815)
• Northanger Abbey (1817)
• Persuasion (1818)

Unfinished Works:
• The Watsons (1803, 1805)
• Sanditon (1817)

Short Fiction:
• Lady Susan (1794, 1805)

Childhood Writing (1787-1793):
• Love and Freindship [sic]
• 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

Additional Fan Resources:

Also included are special features for any Austen enthusiast, including:

• A chronology of Austen's writing and publication through 1817, the year she died.
• A list of films and television series, both directly and indirectly inspired by Jane Austen's masterpieces.
• Links to free, full-length audio recordings of all the books in this collection.
• Online resources for fans, including links to Jane Austen sites around the world.

Détails sur le produit

  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 5118 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 223 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1503292738
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Editeur : Maplewood Books; Édition : 2 (5 août 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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Par chantal le 26 septembre 2015
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Je suis fan de Jane Austen. Les personnages sont très modernes, les situations sont captivantes, les sentiments sont exprimés avec justesse, on se sent chez soi dans tous ses romans.
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Par Annamac le 5 septembre 2013
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So much enjoyed rereading all of Jane Austen's novels this summer. So much easier to read as an ebook than the complete edition I have in paperback where the print is too small. Even though I have read them all before they are still fresh. My favourites are Pride and Predjudice and Northanger Abbey; least favourite Emma - I just don't like her, but that just goes to show how real these characters become. 19th century chick-lit.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing and almost free - get it! 22 février 2013
Par Gary Bisaga - Publié sur
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I won't go into the quality of Jane Austen's books, I suspect if you are reading this, you are well familiar with Miss Austen's writing. You have probably long decided what the quality of Charlotte and Mr Collins's life would be, what change in Emma's character came about by the Box Hill picnic, and whether Fanny is the best or worst Austen heroine.

Instead, I will focus on the quality of this kindle edition, I have had a very mixed experience with free and almost free kindle books. Some are good, some are ok, and some are frankly awful. When I saw this edition of all Austen's major works and mot of the minor ones for a buck, I was a little concerned. How good could it be? I am a great Austen lover and would be disappointed if it turned out to be as bad as some I have bought. But I figured, how wrong can I go for 99 cents?

I am happy to report that this edition is a very high quality. I have now re-read all of Pride and Prejudice and half of Emma, and I can say that I have found no major typos or other errors. The book is rather plain, being simply laid out without drawings - though the front cover of Miss Austen is very nice. If you are looking for beautiful appointments, choose another edition. But if you are looking for the text, not somebody's interpretation in drawings, and want it in an easy to read, eminently affordable form, this is your book. I have a complete boxed, printed set of Miss Austen's novels - I have even read Lady Susan from it - but I am happy to have this easily transported, quality edition on my iPad. Buy it, you won't regret it!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Austen vs. Austen 11 août 2012
Par cedwint - Publié sur
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Having just read (or reread) Jane Austen's six finished novels in the the last two weeks, I thought I might try ranking them in order of my preference. A couple of words of explanation. The star rankings are only in relation to the six books as they relate to each other; I am not ranking them against literature in general. Also, I am not trying to convince anyone else, that they should view the books in the same way. I realize that everyone has their preferences, and I have no wish to create uncivil controversy or to say that my opinion is the only one that counts. On the other hand I would welcome anyone else's opinion on how they would rank the novels, and would only ask for some explanation as to why they have made their choices. These are not long or particulary deep critiques; my main purpose is to express an appreciation for the wonderful legacy Jane Austen has given us.

Here goes: Pride and Prejudice--5 stars. Why? In two words Elizabeth Bennet. Austen herself worried that P and P might be just a little too bright, that it might not have enough gravitas. There may be some truth in that, but Elizabeth's personality carries all before it. She is one of the most delightful fictional persons ever created, and that she isn't perfect in either beauty or character only adds to her charm. I don't know if she is an alter ego to Austen herself, but there is so much empathy in the portrayal, I can't help thinking there is some truth there. Darcy is another reason for the ranking. When one thinks of the other heroes that Austen created, he is the only one that comes close to being a match for someone like Elizabeth. Any of the other male characters Austen portrayed would have come up woefully short. A last reason for the ranking is the depth of the auxillary characters; each one is memorable on his or her own. Lastly, P and P is just as funny as it is serious.

Emma--4 ½ stars. Austen worried that no one but her might like her heroine--but I like her very much. In fairness I might cavail that I like her more on the page than I might in person; but even of that I am not sure. Bossy, opinionated, somewhat conceited--to be sure, but quite charming despite it all. And above all capable of change. I could only wish that Mr Knightley had a little more personality; I can only hope that in their married life he didn't become too much of a drag on her spirits. I might also wish that Miss Bates would have talked a little less. I also liked the intrigue that Mr. Churchill brought to the story though in some ways I found it a little farfetched.

Persuasion--4 stars. As an older person, I like the elegiac and second chance aspect of this story. My main reservations concern the static personalities of the two main characters. Neither Anne nor Captain Wentworth change much in the tale and neither seems to have any major fault that contributes to their problems. Therefore the suspense or interest in their problem is mostly in their circumstances and not in their characters. Still the circumstances themselves are enough to maintain interest.

Mansfield Park--4 stars. The villains are what make this story. In many ways the Crawford siblings are more interesting than the hero and heroine--both Fanny and Edmund can be a little boring at times, and Fanny, especially, is almost too good to be true. Also Mrs. Norris is one of those people you just love to hate. But Mary and her brother, while both hateful, have enough redeeming qualities to make you wish they might have turned out differently. Also, I think, Mansfield Park is the only one of Austen's novels that goes on a little too long.

Sense and Sensibility--3 ½ stars. This is a book I wanted to like more, and I'm not completely sure why I don't. I thin it may have to do with the heroes rather than the heroines; both Edward and Colonel Brandon are rather colorless, and it's hard to rejoice over the sisters winning them. Maybe it's time to say a word about Austen's treatment of men. Of all her heroes, Darcy seems to be the only one who really deserves the woman he gets (I take that back: there's Wickham and Willoughby). Austen seems much better at creating male villains than male heroes; so many of them seems a bit insipid. I don't know how her own lack of romance might have influenced her view of men, but in some ways they seem a bit of a disappointment to her.

Northanger Abbey--3 stars. There is a bit of archness in the Austen's interposed comments that I find a little off-putting, and the book is simply not as polished as the others. Catherine Morland is by far the least developed of Austen's heroines, although she seems much too smart to fall into mistakes at the Abbey. Of all of Austen's novels I think this is the one I'd be least inclined to read again--but perhaps I should take that back--no matter how many times I read her I always find something rewarding that I missed the previous times.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great purchase for Jane Austen lovers 19 mars 2012
Par A Bennett - Publié sur
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I loved this ebook. Not only did it contain all six of Jane Austen's published novels, but a number of lesser-known and unfinished works as well. It's interesting to read her early writing and compare it to her later, published works.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 More careful proofreading needed in this e-book 14 mai 2013
Par shamu - Publié sur
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It's nice to have ALL of Jane Austen's works, but like most electronic books I've read, the editing is very sloppy. Though there are some spelling and capitalization quirks, I suspect they are the author's originals. However, there are many points where just the wrong word is written. Also, how hard is it to get a table of contents straight? The Watsons and Sanditon are listed as minor works; Lady Susan is listed as unfinished. The reverse is true. I have not read the entire collection, so there may well be more slipshod points.
Of course, Jane Austen's works themselves are great fun to read. Having only read her major works, it's nice to read her early, minor, and unfinished works. This review's rating is for the quality of the e-book, not of Austen's work.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Just a Small Note 5 février 2013
Par L.B. Kestner - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Jane Austen is my favorite author. I reread her books at least once a year, as sadly, she only wrote 7 complete novels. This brings me to my small note...

"Lady Susan" is a complete novel, not an unfinished novel, as stated in the eBook description. It is a short, but extremely funny, story.

As her number of completed novels is rather small, I am saddened to say, "The Watsons" and "Sanditon" are the unfinished ones. They are promising tidbits I believe I would have enjoyed...

This eBook appears to have many good reviews for formatting and the price is excellent!

I bought "Jane Austen: the Complete Collection" from Bedford Park Books a few years ago for (I think) $1.99. It is also well-formatted and includes the original illustrations from her originally published works. You may download most of her work for free, but "Sense and Sensibility" was not included in the free eBooks. It alone cost varying rates, starting at $3.00, so I would recommend this one or the one I bought. This one was not available when I first searched for Jane Austen in Kindle books.
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