Seriously, everything. Tons of links and e-texts of rare Austen materials.
Hmm. Austen fan fiction – a lot of it. Enter at your own risk.
We present the Jane Austen Society of North America, an amazing resource for all aspiring Janeites.
A critically acclaimed made-for-TV version came out in 2008, thanks to the good folks over at the BBC.
Here's the version everyone thinks of first – Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, and Kate Winslet (in her breakout role) starred in Ang Lee's 1995 big screen version.
…came out on TV in 1981.
The little watched first attempt at a Sense and Sensibility adaptation hit television in 1971.
Here's a handy chapter-by-chapter e-Text, in case you're ever stuck without your book…
Here's a link to a 1908 edition in Google Books.
English professor Judith Hawley wrote a piece for the Daily Telegraph on Austen adaptations for film and TV. Check it out!
Here's the hilarious book trailer for Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters.
Click for the original trailer for Ang Lee's film version.