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Teenage Wit and Writings of Jane Austen

This entertaining collection, narrated with élan, comes alive in audio. A winner for any audio classics collection, and a treat for Austen fans.

Jane Austen’s Little Book of Wisdom: Words on Love, Life, Society, and Literature

Overall this is a valuable resource for any Austen lover to use for quick reference or to read through. Libraries whose works by the author circulate well or whose patrons enjoy titles like Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Gmorning, Gnight! Little Pep Talks for Me & You will find this a welcome addition to their collection.


This beloved and enduring novel is a wise choice for all library collections.

Lady Susan

Recommended for all Austen lovers, classic fiction enthusiasts, and historical romance readers.

Mansfield Park: An Annotated Edition

With this edition, readers will want to stay with these characters for as long as possible.

Mansfield Park

This wonderful rendering is recommended for fans of classic literature and Jane Austen.

Emma: An Annotated Edition

For the most part, Tandon’s annotations will appeal to readers of all levels, and his effort to increase appreciation of Emma should meet with success. This carefully prepared edition is sure to meet the needs of Austen lovers and scholars alike.

Jane Austen's Letters

Essential for all libraries wishing to keep up with fundamental Austen scholarship and for all die-hard Janeites.


This is a handsome large-format volume, like the previous entry in the series, Patricia Meyer Spacks's annotated Pride and Prejudice. While David Shapard has edited an annotated edition of Persuasion, it is a paperback original, lacking the handsome format and scores of color illustrations here, and Shapard's background is in history, rather than literature. Highly recommended to first-time Austen readers and to fans seeking further insight into Austen's life and literary sources, as well as British life in her time.

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