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Jane Austen (1775—1817)

English writer Created by: PICRYLDated: 1775
Jane Austen, by James Andrews
Jane Austen (1775—1817), the world renowned English author, completed just six works during her time and yet manages to command a legion of fans around the world. Her timeless stories have been turned into a plethora of movies, television shows, and modern adaptations in addition to being translated into multiple languages to cross cultural boundaries. Today she remains as popular as ever and is revered as much as any literary figure in the history of the English language.
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Jane Austen from "[Emma. New edition.]"

Jane Austen from "[Emma. New edition.]"

This image has been taken from scan 000318 from "[Emma. New edition.]". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's flickr photostream.

Jane Austen from "Sense and sensibility"

Jane Austen from "Sense and sensibility"

This image has been taken from scan 000131 from "Sense and sensibility". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the British Library's flickr photostream.

Jane Austen from "[Mansfield Park: a novel.]"

Jane Austen from "[Mansfield Park: a novel.]"

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portrait from "The Novels of Jane Austen. (Winchester edition.)"

portrait from "The Novels of Jane Austen. (Winchester edition.)"

This image has been taken from scan 000010 from volume 01 of "The Novels of Jane Austen. (Winchester edition.)". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the ... More

CassandraAusten-JaneAusten(c.1810)

CassandraAusten-JaneAusten(c.1810)

by Cassandra Austen,drawing,circa 1810

Jane Austen (1810) restored & remastered by Amano1

Jane Austen (1810) restored & remastered by Amano1

Portrait of Jane Austen in watercolor and pencil, restored and remastered by Amano1

Jane Austen, by James Andrews

Jane Austen, by James Andrews

Jane Austen (based on the portrait by Cassandra Austen) watercolour over pencil heightened with gouache on card 14.3 x 10 cm before 1870

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - A long list of county families was confidently run over

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - A long list of county families...

A long list of county families was confidently run over

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - A young whitby running off with five volumes under his arm

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - A young whitby running off wit...

A young whitby running off with five volumes under his arm

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - He was obliged ... to sit down on the bank, unable to stand

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - He was obliged ... to sit down...

He was obliged ... to sit down on the bank, unable to stand

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - She is very pretty, though not so handsome as her mother

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - She is very pretty, though not...

'She is very pretty, though not so handsome as her mother'

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - The admiral took leave; captain wentworth went to him

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - The admiral took leave; captai...

The admiral took leave; captain wentworth went to him

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - The door opened, and displayed tom musgrave
Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - The whole-length portrait of a stately gentleman

Austen Sanditon and other miscellanea - The whole-length portrait of a...

The whole-length portrait of a stately gentleman

Jane Austen, from A Memoir of Jane Austen (1870)

Jane Austen, from A Memoir of Jane Austen (1870)

Portrait of Jane Austen, from the memoir by J. E. Austen-Leigh (1798-1874). All other portraits of Austen are generally based on this, which is itself based on a sketch by Cassandra Austen

CassandraAusten-JaneAusten(c.1810) intensified

CassandraAusten-JaneAusten(c.1810) intensified

Portrait of Jane Austen in watercolor and pencil

CassandraLeighAusten

CassandraLeighAusten

Silhouette of Cassandra (nee Leigh) Austen, mother of Jane Austen and wife of Rev. George Austen

Edward Austen Knight

Edward Austen Knight

Portrait of Edward Austen (1767-1852), brother of Jane Austen

H.M.BrockMP-07

H.M.BrockMP-07

Tinted Line Drawing, frontipiece of Mansfield Park (Jane Austen Novel), vol 2. (Fanny) returning to her seat to finish a note. (ch 30) Français : Dessin aquarellé, frontispice du tome 2 de Mansfield Park, il... More

Jane Austen 1870

Jane Austen 1870

1869 engraving showing an idealized, young en:Jane Austen, based on a sketch by Cassandra Austen

Thomson-MP-Ch-22

Thomson-MP-Ch-22

Français : Mansfield Park (Jane Austen), ch 22 : Henry Crawford annonce à sa soeur Mary, qu'il veut séduire Fanny Price

Thomson-MP-Ch-41

Thomson-MP-Ch-41

Français : Mansfield Park (Jane Austen), ch 41 : A Portsmouth, Fanny est obligée de présenter Mr Crawford à son père

CassandraAusten-JaneAustenBackView(1804)

CassandraAusten-JaneAustenBackView(1804)

Back View of Jane Austen, Watercolor

Emma title page 1909

Emma title page 1909

http://static1.squarespace.com/static/53934c14e4b092ca1fefa261/t/5395fac3e4b0bb296303d22b/1457450736280/?format=1000w Source: Linked from Molland's Circulating Library Image URL: http://static1.squarespace.com... More

Jane Austen, Her Home and Friends

Jane Austen, Her Home and Friends

Cover and spine of Jane Austen, Her Home and Friends by Constance Hill, 1902. Miniature by William Bennett of the Royal Miniature Society.

EmmaTitlePage

EmmaTitlePage

Title page from Jane Austen's first edition of Emma

MansfieldParkTitlePage

MansfieldParkTitlePage

Title page from the first edition of Jane Austen's Mansfield Park

New-Monthly-Magazine-1816-25-p66-novels-inc-Austen-Emma-detail

New-Monthly-Magazine-1816-25-p66-novels-inc-Austen-Emma-detail

The New Monthly Magazine, issue for February 1, 1816 (volume V, issue No. 25), page 66 – two lines about Jane Austen's Emma

Emma-ch01 (I,1)

Emma-ch01 (I,1)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 1, chapitre 1. Emma se souvient que, quatre ans plus tôt, lorsque Mr Weston a galamment apporté deux parapluies pour elle et ... More

Emma-ch02 (I,2)

Emma-ch02 (I,2)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 1, chapitre 2. Au mariage de Miss Taylord et Mr Weston, les petits enfants de Mr Perry, l'apothicaire, auraient été vus mange... More

Emma-ch08 (I,8)

Emma-ch08 (I,8)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 1, chapitre 8. Mr Perry a vu Mr Elton chevauchant allègrement ur la route de Londres, se disant chargé d'une commission très ... More

Emma-ch06 (I,6)

Emma-ch06 (I,6)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 1, chapitre 6. Mr Elton, semble grandement admirer le portrait qu'Emma fait de son amie Harriet... ou peut-être est-ce la por... More

Emma-ch07 (I,7)

Emma-ch07 (I,7)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 1, chapitre 7. Emma, persuadée que Mr Elton est amoureux de Harriet, l'imagine en train de faire admirer son portrait par sa ... More

Emma-ch11 (I,11)

Emma-ch11 (I,11)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 1, chapitre 11. Isabella, la sœur d'Emma, parle avec chaleur de « l'excellent Mr Weston », qui, lors de leur précédent séjour... More

Emma-ch19 (II,1)

Emma-ch19 (II,1)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 1. Emma et Harriet rendent visite à Miss Bates, tout heureuse de leur lire la lettres qu'elle vient de recevoir d... More

Emma-ch15 (I,15)

Emma-ch15 (I,15)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 1, chapitre 15. À la grande surprise et irritation d'Emma, Mr Elton s'installe familièrement entre elle et Mrs Weston pour de... More

Emma-ch21A (II,3)

Emma-ch21A (II,3)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 3. Mr Woodhouse aime se retrouver avec ses vieux amis, comme Mrs et Miss Bates, même s'il trouve que cette bavard... More

Emma-ch21B (II,3)

Emma-ch21B (II,3)

Français : Autre illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 3. Harriet raconte à Emma avec beaucoup d'émotion, qu'elle a eu la surprise, et l'embarras, de rencontrer... More

Emma-ch24 (II,6)

Emma-ch24 (II,6)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 6. Frank Churchill, se promenant dans Highbury avec Mrs Weston et Emma, remarquant l'ancienne salle de bal de l'a... More

Emma-ch28 (II-10)

Emma-ch28 (II-10)

Français : Deuxième illustration pour le chapitre 10 du tome 2 : Mr Knightley, à cheval, demande à Miss Bates, qui a ouvert une fenêtre en le voyant passer (en fait pour lui demander de monter, car elle a des ... More

Emma-ch25 (II,7)

Emma-ch25 (II,7)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 7. Frank Churchill a surprit tout le monde en allant précipitamment à Londres se faire couper les cheveux (en réa... More

Emma-ch33 (II,15)

Emma-ch33 (II,15)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 15. S'étant entichée de Jane Fairfax, Mrs Elton veut à tout prix forcer sa timidité et sa réserve pour lui prodi... More

Emma-ch34 (II,16)

Emma-ch34 (II,16)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 16. Mr. Woodhouse, ayant appris que Jane est allée à la poste sous la pluie, s'inquiète pour sa santé, mais Mrs ... More

Emma-ch32 (II,14)

Emma-ch32 (II,14)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 2, chapitre 14. « C'est à l'église que l'on vit Mrs Elton, pour la première fois, mais si la vue d'une nouvelle mariée sur u... More

Emma-ch38 (III-2)

Emma-ch38 (III-2)

Français : Seconde illustration pour le chapitre 2 du tome 3 : au cours du bal organisé à la demande de Franck Churchill à l'auberge de « La Couronne », Emma admire la prestance de Mr Knighley, se désolant qu'... More

Emma-ch38A (III,2)

Emma-ch38A (III,2)

Français : Première illustration du chapitre 2 du tome 3, dans l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan . Miss Bates et Miss Fairfax entrent dans la salle de bal, accompagnées de Mr Weston et de son f... More

Emma-ch42(III,6)

Emma-ch42(III,6)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 3, chapitre 6. Mr Knightley a invité tous ses amis à Donwell. Mr Woodhouse est tout heureux de montrer à sa fille les livres... More

Emma-ch49 (III-13)

Emma-ch49 (III-13)

Français : Illustration pour le chapitre 13 du tome 3 : déclaration de Mr KnighleyEnglish: Illustration of 1896 for Macmillan's edition of Emma (Jane Austen's novel) : "He stopped in earnestness to look the q... More

Emma-ch53B(III,17)

Emma-ch53B(III,17)

Français : Illustration pour l'édition d'"Emma" de Jane Austen chez Macmillan. Tome 3, chapitre 17. Lorsque Mr Weston apprit les fiançailles de Mr Knighley et d'Emma, il se hâta d'aller en informer Jane Fairfa... More

Emma-ch9 (I-9)

Emma-ch9 (I-9)

Français : Illustration pour le chapitre 9 du tome 1 : Mr Knightley joue avec deux jeunes neveux, en présence d'Emma.English: Illustration of 1896 for Macmillan's edition of Emma (Jane Austen's novel) : "Th... More

Emma-frontispice (ch04)

Emma-frontispice (ch04)

Français : Frontispice de l'édition d"Emma" de Jane Austen parue chez Macmillan. Il illustre un épisode du chapitre 4, quand Emma a l'occasion de voir à quoi ressemble Robert Martin, le jeune fermier amoureux... More

Emma-ch53 (III-17)

Emma-ch53 (III-17)

Français : Illustration pour le chapitre 17 du tome 3 : Apprendre que sa fille veut se marier est un choc pour le pauvre Mr Woodhouse, mais il se plaint en vain ; « elle le couvre de caresses, sourit, et dit q... More

Jane Austen by Cassandra Austen 1870 reduit

Jane Austen by Cassandra Austen 1870 reduit

Français : Extrait de la gravure du portrait de Jane Austen par sa soeur Cassandra 1870

2pers-06

2pers-06

Persuasion (last Jane Austen Novel) ch 23 : Captain Wentworth is showing his letter to Anne, "with eyes eyes of glowing entreaty fixed on her" Français : Persuasion (Jane Austen) ch 23. Frederick Wentworth mo... More

2pers-01

2pers-01

Persuasion (Jane Austen Novel). For Sir Elliot, baronnet, the hints of Mrs Sheppard, his agent, was very unwelcome. Français : Persuasion, dernier roman de Jane Austen. Sir Elliot n'apprécie pas les conseils ... More

Austen La Famille Elliot Frontispice

Austen La Famille Elliot Frontispice

Français : Frontispice du livre : La Famille Elliot de Jane Austen 1821 - Paris - Arthus Bertrand

EdwardAustenPresentation

EdwardAustenPresentation

Rev. George Austen presenting his son Edward to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knight of Godmersham

Emma CE Brock 1898 Vol II Chapter VIII

Emma CE Brock 1898 Vol II Chapter VIII

Colour illustration of a 1909 edition of Emma (Jane Austen's novel), by C. E. Brock (died 1938 Français : Illustration en couleurs d'une édition de 1909 de Emma (de Jane Austen), par C. E. Brock (mort en 1938).

Emma CE Brock 1909 Vol I Chapter VI

Emma CE Brock 1909 Vol I Chapter VI

Colour illustration of a 1909 edition of Emma (Jane Austen's novel), by C. E. Brock (died 1938) Français : Illustration en couleurs d'une édition de 1909 de Emma (de Jane Austen), par C. E. Brock (mort en 1938).

Emma CE Brock 1909 Vol III Chapter VII

Emma CE Brock 1909 Vol III Chapter VII

Colour illustration of a 1909 edition of Emma (Jane Austen's novel), by C. E. Brock (died 1938) Français : Illustration en couleurs d'une édition de 1909 de Emma (de Jane Austen), par C. E. Brock (mort en 1938).

Emma CE Brock 1909 Vol III Chapter III

Emma CE Brock 1909 Vol III Chapter III

Colour illustration of a 1909 edition of Emma (Jane Austen's novel), by C. E. Brock (died 1938) Français : Illustration en couleurs d'une édition de 1909 de Emma (de Jane Austen), par C. E. Brock (mort en 1938).

Hammond-Emma02

Hammond-Emma02

Title page from Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma01

Hammond-Emma01

"He did not omit being sometimes directly before Miss Smith or speaking to those close to her. - Page 337." - Frontispiece to Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma03 (recadrée)

Hammond-Emma03 (recadrée)

Emma (Jane Austen Novel) ch. 1 : Mr Woodhouse is commenting on Miss Taylor marriage to Mr Knigthley Français : Emma (Jane Austen Novel) ch. 1 : Mr Woodhouse commente en ces termes le mariage de Miss Taylor : ... More

Hammond-Emma06

Hammond-Emma06

"If he would be so good as to read to them" - Mr. Elton reads to Emma and Harriet. London: George Allen, 1898, page 41.

Hammond-Emma04

Hammond-Emma04

"She was so busy admiring those soft blue eyes" - Emma commenting on Harriet Smith. Austen, Jane. Emma. London:George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma03

Hammond-Emma03

"Ah! poor Miss Taylor! 'tis a sad business". - Mr. Woodhouse commenting on Miss Taylor's marriage. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma05

Hammond-Emma05

"Soon made her quick eye sufficiently acquainted with Mr Robert Martin" - Emma sizes up Robert Martin, Harriet Smith's beau. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma08

Hammond-Emma08

"There does seem to be a something in the air of Hartfield which gives love exactly the right direction" - Emma to Harriet. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 73.

Hammond-Emma07

Hammond-Emma07

"But there was no doing anything with Mr Elton fidgeting behind her" - Mr. Elton watching Emma painting Harriet. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma10 (recadrée)

Hammond-Emma10 (recadrée)

Emma (Jane Austen Novel) ch 12 : Mr Knightley has taken the little girl out of Emma's arms, and Emma felt they were friends again. Français : Emma (Jane Austen) ch 12 : Mr Knightley a pris dans ses bras la ni... More

Hammond-Emma14

Hammond-Emma14

"The sight of Harriet's tears" - Emma tells Harriet and Mr. Elton is not interested in marrying her. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 144.

Hammond-Emma15

Hammond-Emma15

"Emma was obliged to play." - Emma plays for Miss Bates, trying to learn information about Jane Fairfax. Austen, Jane, Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma12

Hammond-Emma12

"She could only give him a look; but it was such a look as she thought must restore him to his senses" - Emma looking at Mr. Elton. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma10

Hammond-Emma10

"Little Emma, grow up into a better woman than your aunt" - Emma to her niece, who is held by Mr. Knightley. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma11

Hammond-Emma11

"Christmas weather". Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 112.

Hammond-Emma09

Hammond-Emma09

"I really believe if she had only a shilling in the world she would be very likely to give away sixpence of it" - Emma commenting on Miss Bates. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 86.

Hammond-Emma16

Hammond-Emma16

"Having his hair cut" - Emma hears that Frank Churchill goes all the way to London to have his hair cut and is surprised. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma22

Hammond-Emma22

"Ladies and gentlemen, I am ordered by Miss Woodhouse...to say" - Frank Churchill initiates conversation at a picnic. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma27

Hammond-Emma27

"The wedding was very much like other weddings" - the wedding of Emma Woodhouse and John Knightley. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

Hammond-Emma24 (recadrée)

Hammond-Emma24 (recadrée)

Emma (Jane Austen Novel) ch 49. Mr Knightley's proposal : "'Say "No," if it is to be said.'—She could really say nothing". Français : Emma (Jane Austen Novel) ch 49. "Dites-moi 'non', s'il le faut". Elle étai... More

Hammond-Emma22 (recadrée)

Hammond-Emma22 (recadrée)

Emma (Jane Austen Novel) ch 43 : during the picnic at Box-Hill, Franck Churchill initiates conversation, saying "Ladies and gentlemen, I am ordered by Miss Woodhouse...to say" . Français : Emma (Jane Austen) ... More

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Hammond-Emma23

"He was clerk to my poor father twenty-seven years" - Miss Bates speaking of John Abdy. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 392.

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Hammond-Emma24

"'Say "No," if it is to be said.'—She could really say nothing". - Emma and Knightley become assured of each other's mutual love. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

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Hammond-Emma25

"I met her walking home by herself, and wanted to walk with her, but she would not suffer it." - A description by Frank Churchill of the vagaries of his relationship with Jane Fairfax, relayed in a letter to M... More

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Hammond-Emma19

"Mr Elton and his bride". Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 272.

Hammond-Emma20

Hammond-Emma20

"Mrs Elton was first seen at church" - Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 278.

Hammond-Emma17

Hammond-Emma17

"As soon as she entered the room, had been struck by the sight of a pianoforte" - Emma is struck by the gift of a piano to Jane Fairfax, delivered to Miss Bates' residence. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George A... More

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Hammond-Emma18

"'My regard for Hartfield is most warm--'. He stopped again, rose again, and seemed quite embarrassed." - Emma misinterprets Frank Churchill. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898.

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Hammond-Emma21

"much as he wished to stay longer at Hartfield, he must hurry off" - Frank Churchill leaves Highbury in high spirits and Emma is confused. Austen, Jane. Emma. London: George Allen, 1898, page 324.

Hammond-SS03

Hammond-SS03

"I could hardly keep my seat. To hear those beautiful lines which have frequently almost driven me wild, pronounced with such impenetrable calmness" - Marianne complaining about Edward's reading of Cowper. Aus... More

Hammond-SS08

Hammond-SS08

"Marianne came hastily out of the parlour apparently in violent affliction" - Willoughby leaves Marianne in a strange and surprising manner. Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. London: George Allen, 1899, page 8x.

Hammond-SS06

Hammond-SS06

"To enquire after Marianne was at first his excuse" - Willoughby comments on his visits to the Dashwood cottage. Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. London: George Allen, 1899, page 50.

Hammond-SS07

Hammond-SS07

"I saw him cut it off" - Margaret tells Elinor that she saw Willoughby cut a lock of Marianne's hair off. Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. London: George Allen, 1899.

Hammond-SS09

Hammond-SS09

"With his eyes fixed on the ground he only replied, 'You are too good.'" - Willoughby awkwardly apologizes for leaving Marianne so suddenly. Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. London: George Allen, 1899.

Hammond-SS11

Hammond-SS11

"She came hallooing to the window, 'How do you do, my dear?'" - Mrs. Jennings talking to Elinor. Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. London: George Allen, 1899, page 109.

Hammond-SS13

Hammond-SS13

"Marianne, ringing the bell, requested the footman who answered it to get that letter conveyed for her to the two-penny post" - Marianne sends a letter to Willoughby when the sisters travel to London. Austen, ... More

Hammond-SS16

Hammond-SS16

"'There now,' said Miss Steele, affectedly simpering, 'everybody laughs at me so about the Doctor, and I cannot think why.'" - Miss Steele in conversation with Mrs. Jennings. Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibilit... More

Hammond-SS12

Hammond-SS12

"Marianne, wrapped up in her own music" - Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. London: George Allen, 1899, page 145.

Hammond-SS21 (recadrage)

Hammond-SS21 (recadrage)

"His errand at Barton...was a simple one. It was only to ask Elinor to marry him" - Edward asks Elinor to marry him. Austen, Jane. Sense and Sensibility. London: George Allen, 1899. Français : Edward vient de... More

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