Jane Austen

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British author, 1775-1817.

Jane Austen stands as a model of the writer whose sheltered life did nothing to reduce her fiction. Her novels are conventional in form and in their middle-class assumptions about the needs and desires of young British men and women in 1800. But they are keenly drawn, sharp with insight and possessed of a remarkable and durable charm.

Her novels are: