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Sense and Sensibility

7, 09/01/2002, £4.95
Sense and Sensibility is Austen's first published novel and the one now most scrutinized by historicist and feminist scholars, who offer new, complex readings of the work.


Paperback, 17/04/2008, £4.99
Emma is considered by many to be Austen's finest and most representative novel. The story of Emma Woodhouse's matchmaking, and her awakening to the true feelings of others as well as herself, is told with consummate wit and humour. This new edition contains lively notes and an introduction that explores how Austen transmutes the everyday into the revelatory.


Paperback, 23/08/2001, £5.99
Building on the formula of "York Notes", this Advanced series introduces students to more sophisticated analysis and wider critical perspectives. The notes enable students to appreciate contrasting interpretations of the text and to develop their own critical thinking.

Teenage Writings

Paperback, 20/04/2017, £8.99
The young Jane Austen was a precocious reader, devouring pulp fiction and classic literature, both of which she soon began to imitate and parody. Three volumes of her vivacious teenage writing survive. Devices and themes which appear subtly in her later fiction run riot here: drunkenness, brawling, sexual misdemeanour, theft, and even murder.


Paperback, 21/04/1999, £7.99
Packed full of analysis and interpretation, historical background, discussions and commentaries, York Notes Advanced will help students get right to the heart of the text. York Notes offer an exciting and accessible key to the text, enabling students to develop ideas and transform their studies!

Memoir of Jane Austen

Paperback, 08/05/2008, £8.99
This unique edition brings together for the first time Austen-Leigh's memoir of his aunt Jane Austen, together with shorter recollections by James Edward's two sisters. It also includes Jane's brother Henry's two biographical accounts.

Lady Susan

Paperback, 03/03/2016, £2.00
Gives readers a taste of the Classics' huge range and diversity, with works from around the world and across the centuries - including fables, decadence, heartbreak, tall tales, satire, ghosts, battles and elephants.


Paperback, 09/06/2005, £7.99

Northanger Abbey

7, 09/11/2004, £4.95
Northanger Abbey, written in Jane Austen's youth and posthumously published, is arguably her most mysterious, imaginative, and optimistic novel.

Jane Austen's Literary Manuscripts

7, 15/04/2006, £32.99
Provides an account of the novelist's surviving papers. This book examines "Sir Charles Grandison", a work attributed to Jane Austen by the author in 1977. In an appendix, he discusses Mrs Leavis's theory concerning the relationship between Jane Austen's life and art, and between the juvenilia and the later novels.

Connell Guide to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice

Paperback, 15/06/2012, £8.99
Janet Todd draws on a wide range of critical opinions about the novel 'Pride and Prejudice', arguing that not only is Elizabeth Bennet one of literature's most engaging heroines but that, in her portrait of Mr Darcy, Austen comes as near to representing sexual infatuation as she could within the conventions of time.