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Jane Austen Primary Sources

Historical documents. What clues can you gather about Jane Austen, the time, place, players, and culture?

Pride and Prejudice

A hypertext e-version of the novel.

Sense and Sensibility

E-text and notes on the novel.

Northanger Abbey

E-text and notes on the novel.

Mansfield Park

E-text and notes on the novel.


E-text and notes on the novel.


E-text and notes on the novel.

Lady Susan

E-text of Austen's first, unpublished novella.


E-text of Jane Austen's personal letters.

"Henry and Eliza"

A short story written in Austen's youth—part of the "Juvenilia" collection of her early writings.

A Memoir of Jane Austen by Her Nephew

James Edward Austen-Leigh's 1870 biography of his aunt.


The online journal of the Jane Austen Society of North America.

Regency Recipes

Eat like Jane! These are recipes from the Regency era.

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