(A short listing of the main categories of information on this site, and all e-texts; for a thorough listing, see the longer table of contents below.)
Links on titles in the list below point towards brief discussions
of each work (without intentional plot spoilers); other links point
toward e-texts and miscellaneous available on-line resources.
- Northanger Abbey
- Pemberley e-text of Northanger Abbey (in chapters).
- Plain ASCII e-text of Northanger Abbey (available in uncompressed and compressed single-file versions from various Project Gutenberg sites).
- Henry Tilney's gothic parody
- E-text of Henry Tilney and Catherine Morland on marriage vs. dancing
- E-text of The walk to Beechen Cliff (Henry and Eleanor Tilney with Catherine Morland)
- C. E. Brock illustrations for Northanger Abbey.
- Summary of Northanger Abbey (with *spoilers*)
- Silly cover of a printing of Northanger Abbey which was marketed as a gothic novel (USA, 1965) <JPEG>; Equally silly inside blurb; compare the puffed-up cover blurb with the original quote
- Sense and
Sensibility (published 1811).
- Pemberley e-text of Sense and Sensibility (divided into chapters).
- Plain ASCII e-text of Sense and Sensibility (available in uncompressed and compressed single-file versions from various Project Gutenberg sites).
- Genealogy charts for the characters in Sense and Sensibility.
- Notes on Sense and Sensibility.
- C. E. Brock illustrations for Sense and Sensibility.
- Penguin's Reader's Guide to Sense and Sensibility
- Sense and Sensibility, the movie (official site); (other site)
- Pride and
Prejudice (published 1813).
- Annotated HTML Hypertext of Pride
- List of characters.
- List of passages illustrating the motifs of "pride" and
- Notes on random topics, including the
society of Jane Austen's day.
- List of important places in Pride
and Prejudice (and in Jane Austen's life), with map.
- 1895 Charles E. Brock illustrations for Pride and Prejudice [JPEG images] (includes notes on Regency clothing styles)
- Latest version of my plain ASCII e-text of Pride and Prejudice, compressed in binary .zip format <260577 bytes> [See explanation of ".zip" here.]
- Pemberley e-text of Pride and Prejudice (in chapters).
- Mansfield Park
- Pemberley e-text of Mansfield Park (in chapters).
- Plain ASCII e-text of Mansfield Park (available in uncompressed and compressed single-file versions from various Project Gutenberg sites).
- Opinions of Mansfield Park, collected by Jane Austen
- E-texts of Lovers' Vows by Kotzebue, translated by Inchbald:
- A dialogue on the custom of girls' coming "Out"
- Passages from Mansfield Park that detail Fanny Price's endearing imperfections
- Program of a recent conference on Mansfield Park
- Genealogical Charts for Mansfield Park
- A chronology for Mansfield Park
- A comparison between the characters Henry Crawford of Mansfield Park and Darcy of Pride and Prejudice
- C. E. Brock illustrations for Mansfield Park (in color)
- Funny cover illustration for a Spanish translation [.gif at Goucher College]
- The definitive Fanny-bashing (if you can't top this, don't even bother trying to insult Fanny Price!)
- What Fanny Price would have to do for some people not to find her "insipid"!
- A concept illustration for a possible alternative ending to Mansfield Park (one that many people may find just as believable as Fanny getting together with Henry C.! )
- Emma (published 1815).
- Pemberley e-text of Emma (divided into chapters).
- A sensual scene from Emma
- The charades and riddle in Emma (with answers)
- Genealogy charts for the characters in Emma
- Kali's Emma page
- The new TV version of Emma
- Clueless, the Movie.
- Pemberley e-text of Persuasion (in chapters).
- Plain ASCII e-text of Persuasion (available in uncompressed and compressed single-file versions from various Project Gutenberg sites).
- The "cancelled chapters" of Persuasion
- A list of all the occurences of the words "persuade"/"persuasion" in the novel
- Advertisement for Gowlands' Lotion, from Ackermann's Repository 1809 (for ladies who want to carry away their freckles)
- Genealogy charts for the characters in Persuasion
- C. E. Brock illustrations for Persuasion.
- Persuasion, the movie
- BBC and other Film/Video adaptations of Jane Austen's novels.
An article on the current wave of "Austenmania", including an interview with the producer of the new Sense and Sensibility film.
- The Project Gutenberg e-texts of the novels are also available from
various mirror sites; for more information (or in case you should,
unaccountably, want e-texts of books not by Jane Austen), the best place to
start is The On-line Books Page.
- Minor Writings.
- Her Juvenilia,
- Including Love and Freindship.
Annotated hypertext of Love and
- Annotated text of The
- Annotated text of Frederic
- E-text of Jack & Alice
- E-text of Lesley Castle (excerpts)
- E-text of Henry and Eliza
- Some further fragments of splendid nonsense from the Juvenilia
The Beautifull Cassandra,
The Visit: A Comedy in 2 Acts, [Eugène Ionesco, eat your heart out!]
The Adventures of Mr. Harley,
A Beautiful Description of the Different Effects of Sensibility
on Different Minds,
The History of England (excerpts),
Letter From A Mother to her freind,
Letter from a Young lady crossed in Love to her freind,
The female philosopher -- A Letter,
A Letter from a Young Lady, whose feeling being too Strong for
her Judgement, led her into the commission of Errors which her Heart
A Tour through Wales in a Letter from a young Lady, and
The sad story of the beautiful Rose.)
Also: Sir William Mountague.
- Lady Susan
and Plain ASCII e-text compressed in binary .zip format <49888 bytes> [See explanation of ".zip" here.]
- The Watsons
and Plain ASCII e-text compressed in binary .zip format <39035 bytes> [See explanation of ".zip" here.]
Sir Edward Denham's sense and literary taste (or lack thereof)
- The Plan of a Novel according to Hints from Various Quarters
- Her light verse
- Some poems on Jane Austen.
- Biography: Life (1775-1817) and Family.
- Notes on the society of Jane Austen's time
(especially with respect to Pride and
- Jane Austen's Art and her Literary Reputation.
- "Everybody loves their Jane Austen": occurrences of
singular "their" etc. in Jane Austen's novels (Anti-pedantry page).
- On-line academic articles:
- Other WWW pages on Jane Austen:
- Jane Austen jokes:
- Selective bibliography.
- Some images:
- The AUSTEN-L mailing list
- The Jane Austen Society
- An MSNBC article on Jane Austen's cyber-fandom (including AUSTEN-L and this web-site)
- Raw non-hierarchical menu of all HTML Files in
- How to use this document.