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[THIS KINDLE BOOK QUALITY IS GUARANTEED: It has been carefully edited with a fully interactive content.] This book is the most comprehensive collection of Jane Austen. It contains 21 titles and on top of that, it has been expanded with a bonus feature. DETAILED CONTENT : Novels : • Lady Susan • Sense and Sensibility • Pride and Prejudice • Mansfield Park • Emma • Northa [THIS KINDLE BOOK QUALITY IS GUARANTEED: It has been carefully edited with a fully interactive content.] This book is the most comprehensive collection of Jane Austen. It contains 21 titles and on top of that, it has been expanded with a bonus feature. DETAILED CONTENT : Novels : • Lady Susan • Sense and Sensibility • Pride and Prejudice • Mansfield Park • Emma • Northanger Abbey • Persuasion Unfinished works : • The Watsons • Sanditon Juvenile Writing : • Love and Friendship • Lesley Castle • The History of England • A Collection of Letters • The Female Philosopher • The First Act of a Comedy • A letter from a Young Lady • A Tour through Wales • A Tale Bonus : • 8 Free AudioBooks • 29 Quotes of Jane Austen • The Letters of jane Austen ABOUT THE PUBLISHER: Rutilus classics publishes great works of literature at an affordable price. Our books have been carefully edited with a fully interactive content.


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[THIS KINDLE BOOK QUALITY IS GUARANTEED: It has been carefully edited with a fully interactive content.] This book is the most comprehensive collection of Jane Austen. It contains 21 titles and on top of that, it has been expanded with a bonus feature. DETAILED CONTENT : Novels : • Lady Susan • Sense and Sensibility • Pride and Prejudice • Mansfield Park • Emma • Northa [THIS KINDLE BOOK QUALITY IS GUARANTEED: It has been carefully edited with a fully interactive content.] This book is the most comprehensive collection of Jane Austen. It contains 21 titles and on top of that, it has been expanded with a bonus feature. DETAILED CONTENT : Novels : • Lady Susan • Sense and Sensibility • Pride and Prejudice • Mansfield Park • Emma • Northanger Abbey • Persuasion Unfinished works : • The Watsons • Sanditon Juvenile Writing : • Love and Friendship • Lesley Castle • The History of England • A Collection of Letters • The Female Philosopher • The First Act of a Comedy • A letter from a Young Lady • A Tour through Wales • A Tale Bonus : • 8 Free AudioBooks • 29 Quotes of Jane Austen • The Letters of jane Austen ABOUT THE PUBLISHER: Rutilus classics publishes great works of literature at an affordable price. Our books have been carefully edited with a fully interactive content.

30 review for Jane Austen: The Complete Collection - 21 Titles + Bonus (Free Audiobooks...)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Shaun Lyon

    Formatted very nicely. The electronic version controls work very well. Have found no glitches. Which are very nice. It also is a complete collection of Austen's works. All for very cheap! Really very happy with this purchase. Worth every penny and more. I bought this book at special price from here: https://www.amazon.com/Complete-Works...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Dorfman

    I have ready every Jane Austen book at least ten times. I never get tired of them.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Dani

    I can’t believe it took me 25 years to read any Jane Austen. I love her. I love her so much.

  4. 5 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    This book, The Complete Works of Jane Austen, is not to be confused with The Newly Discovered, Unfinished, & Finished Complete Works of Jane Austen. The first, which I have completed, contains only the larger, more popular novels that Austen is known for, while the other contains those novels along with many smaller obscure novels, novellas, poems, and letters. I have finished the major books, and am now working my way through the smaller ones. As for my opinion on Aus This book, The Complete Works of Jane Austen, is not to be confused with The Newly Discovered, Unfinished, & Finished Complete Works of Jane Austen. The first, which I have completed, contains only the larger, more popular novels that Austen is known for, while the other contains those novels along with many smaller obscure novels, novellas, poems, and letters. I have finished the major books, and am now working my way through the smaller ones. As for my opinion on Austen: As I work my way through the works of Jane Austen I find myself with manner of speech slightly affected and by no means convinced that Miss Jane Austen could be anything other than a classicist of the highest order. Here is my list of reasons forthwith that hath convinced me (that's a little Shakespeare influence creeping in, which I'm also reading): 1. Austen's manner of writing has bewitched me like no other. Her phrasing and intimate knowledge of propriety of the time period make her as unique as social virtues amoung the maids of a manor. 2. Then there's the length of time she's been around. The fortitude of her writing has helped her persevere through the duration of years since having first written the novels. 3. The magic factor is evident throughout her work and is evident alone in the number of story adaptations of her works out there. 4. When looking at her methods of form, it is said she was the beginning of the movement from neo-classicism to romanticism. So for this I think we can loosely put her into the category of introducing a new style of writing. 5. I think it almost need not be mentioned that Miss Austen has a huge following. I only pause a moment on it here to continue its course of perpetual provocation. 6. Because she is one believed to have begun the period change to Romanticism, it can therefore be concluded that she was looked on to be one of the first and an expert in the field. At the very least one to which all others might have been compared to. 7. Educators teach Austen because they find her easy to learn, familiar, and non-controversial. However, because of this she is taught often. And because she is taught often there has been some discourse as to her even being taught at all. Some have declared that they are vexed, and that she should not be "forced upon" English Literature students therefore eliciting a response to banning her. And so, it can therefore be concluded, that because she is not controversial, she is controversial and should be banned. 8. Underlying themes are pursuant throughout all of Austen's works. Human fallacies of disillusionment, unrequited love, and betrayal are just some of these. But if one looks closely, one is sure to find many more apparent within. 9. Austen also had substantial influence with social and political issues as a direct result of her writing. She wrote about problems that were a result of unfair laws and customs. They dealt a lot with women's rights. They were specifically problems with women inheriting money, women finding and having ways to make livings, neglect of education, social evaluations of worthiness based on wealth or income, and so on. She was one of the first authors to write on these matters in a clear and succinct form, so as to have an influence on other authors and persons of importance. You will find more on this opinion here: My thoughts on Austen's writings and the movies made relating to her works The following are my reviews on each of the books listed in this novel: Mansfield Park Northanger Abbey Emma Persuasion Pride & Prejudice Sense & Sensibility

  5. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    After checking out the other Kindle book collections that feature the writings of Jane Austen, I decided on this one because of three important things: 1. the cover grabbed me (really pretty and befitting of the era), 2. the layout was GREAT compared to the other Kindle versions I saw, where paragraphs were spaced weird and jagged on the right edge in some cases (or available illustrations were too small to even consider). The layout in this version makes for easy, comfortable reading, and the l After checking out the other Kindle book collections that feature the writings of Jane Austen, I decided on this one because of three important things: 1. the cover grabbed me (really pretty and befitting of the era), 2. the layout was GREAT compared to the other Kindle versions I saw, where paragraphs were spaced weird and jagged on the right edge in some cases (or available illustrations were too small to even consider). The layout in this version makes for easy, comfortable reading, and the linked table of contents helps you to get around to the various books, and I just bookmark the chapters I like to reread or left off at. There are also beautiful title pages that precede each book, which is neat. 3. The price is right. For under $3.00 you get all of Austen's important and minor writings, including unfinished ones that have only recently come back into print. In short, while there are cheaper Kindle books of Jane Austen's works, this is a great Kindle book for the price, and the elegant layout really does make a difference. Well worth the purchase!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dayla

    These letters are okay, but even "just okay" for Jane Austen means "wonderful" for the rest of us.

  7. 5 out of 5

    midnightfaerie

    I sometimes struggle to rate things on if their good based on how they're written or whether I enjoyed them personally. For Austen, it's a clear 4-5 stars when considering her writing. She's articulate and concise when doling out characters and plots. There's a reason she's considered a classical writer and the label is apt. However, when considering my enjoyment, it's probably closer to a 3.5-4. I'm a typical girl in that I love the romance aspect of stories and the relationships, but I'm just I sometimes struggle to rate things on if their good based on how they're written or whether I enjoyed them personally. For Austen, it's a clear 4-5 stars when considering her writing. She's articulate and concise when doling out characters and plots. There's a reason she's considered a classical writer and the label is apt. However, when considering my enjoyment, it's probably closer to a 3.5-4. I'm a typical girl in that I love the romance aspect of stories and the relationships, but I'm just not a big fan of this time period. I do love historical fiction, all kinds. But it's not my favorite, and I think, after much consideration, that is the reason that I didn't enjoy these more. Not that I didn't enjoy them at all. I did, especially Emma. I think that one's my favorite. Besides Love and Friendship. But when it comes to classical writers, Austen doesn't hold a candle to Dickens or Rand. I'll probably get crucified for that comment. Ok, I concede that they are very different writers and you can't compare them. But I've given her a 4 star. Isn't that enough proof I think she's a good writer? p.s. Don't be fooled by the books entitled "The Complete Works of Jane Austen". Do your research. She has lots of letters, poems, and novellas that many of these books don't include. You don't want to miss out!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    This may not be a "mans" book, but it is a good read. There was a little too much chattiness for my liking at times, but the story resonates with me as it resembles (fondly) my courtship with my wife. I see myself in Mr. Darcy (prideful and not outgoing), and something of my wife in Lizzy (opinionated and strong (and strong headed).

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Ryan

    Finished Northanger Abbey in this collection. First Jane Austen book that I have read. Now want to read more by her.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Paula

    I’m one of many Jane Austen fans. This is at least the second time I’ve read all her books. Wonderful stories, impeccable writing, lessons in human frailty and strength. Universally great reading.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Arlene Starr

    Northhampton Abbey This is a love novel, written in third person by Jane Austen and finished in 1803 but not published for several years. It is about a young lady Catherine Morland who takes leave of her parents and siblings to vacation with a neighboring couple, the Allens, in Bath an area recommended for Mr. Allen's health. Catherine is an inquisitive, adventurous, and imaginative girl who is entering young adulthood and eager to experience the opportunities which would be available to he Northhampton Abbey This is a love novel, written in third person by Jane Austen and finished in 1803 but not published for several years. It is about a young lady Catherine Morland who takes leave of her parents and siblings to vacation with a neighboring couple, the Allens, in Bath an area recommended for Mr. Allen's health. Catherine is an inquisitive, adventurous, and imaginative girl who is entering young adulthood and eager to experience the opportunities which would be available to her in a place like Bath. She also had a passion for wanting to explore large edifices, such as castles and abbeys and learn of the mysteries found within their history. The story deals with her relationship with several people she meets in Bath; a young lady, Eleanor and her brother Henry; Ezabella and her brother John, and several other people who add spirit and interest to this story. It deals with friendship, courtships, misunderstandings, love, and pride and prejudice. The story begins at a slow pace without much interest, but builds into an interesting and at times mysterious and compelling story.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elsa

    All of her works are worth the read, thorough study, and so rich in wonderful characters, history, and self-discovery. Her protagonists have been some of the most interesting, clever, and beloved characters. Favorites in order: 1. By far - PERSUASION. Anne Elliot is almost too good a character. First and last daughter of our's named mostly for her. 2. Pride and Prejudice 3. Emma 4. Sense and Sensibility 5. Northanger Abbey 6. Mansfield Park

  13. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Ughh.. so many words to say so little. I just can not appreciate Jane Austin stories. I have tried several times and could not get through even one. I gave up. I hardly ever give up. That is how much i cannot appreciate Jane Austin.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    One of my favorite writers. Pride and Prejudice the very first book in English I read in my life.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    I loved readingher books!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Therese

    I have read all her books just wanted to get a digital copy to carry around with me in case of emergency!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Susan Phipps-harris

    I love her many written arts. I love her stories and the strong women, for those days, she portrays in her work.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Fadia Khan

    love this book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! awwwwwwsome!! jane austin is the best author in the world!!!!!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Candace

    I am at a lose of words. Who doesn't love Jane Austen?

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dr.J.G.

    Sense and Sensibility This one gives the clash of values characteristic of the writer, with wealth and temptation and opportunity versus rectitude and character and propriety as well as prudence playing the major part. How love itself must give way to rectitude and character is the chief theme, with the obvious lesson that giving way to temptation for now might close the door to happiness, love and future in fact. ............................................

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dr.J.G.

    Sense and Sensibility:- This one gives the clash of values characteristic of the writer, with wealth and temptation and opportunity versus rectitude and character and propriety as well as prudence playing the major part. How love itself must give way to rectitude and character is the chief theme, with the obvious lesson that giving way to temptation for now might close the door to happiness, love and future in fact. ............................................................................

  22. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Bossano

    When I was working on Book I of my FAERIE LEGACY series, I took to reading and rereading Pride & Prejudice and Sense & Sensibility. I did this because Faery Sight is set in the 1800’s, and I couldn’t think of a better way to get familiar with the prose and flowing narrative of that period. I simply love both books and they’re by far my favorite by Jane Austen. As for movie/TV adaptations of these two classics? I haven’t seen any better than: BBC/A&E’s co-production of When I was working on Book I of my FAERIE LEGACY series, I took to reading and rereading Pride & Prejudice and Sense & Sensibility. I did this because Faery Sight is set in the 1800’s, and I couldn’t think of a better way to get familiar with the prose and flowing narrative of that period. I simply love both books and they’re by far my favorite by Jane Austen. As for movie/TV adaptations of these two classics? I haven’t seen any better than: BBC/A&E’s co-production of Pride & Prejudice, starring Colin Firth and Jennifer Ehle. Ang Lee’s Sense and Sensibility, starring Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, and Kate Winslet

  23. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every book from Jane Austen. They always feel like my best friend sharing the juiciest gossip with me, and I always feel very attached to the characters. For more of my reviews, please visit my blog!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Mari

    Dec 2 2017 - Read The Beautifull Cassandra, which is part of the Juvenilia Part 1 collection. Juvenilia is a collection of stories she wrote when she was very young. And boy oh boy does it show. This is clearly a story written by a child. I did not like it. 1 star.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jorge Concha

    Good reading, tremendous story telling about a long ago and more decent period, not the uneducated deductions of post Trumps era God story telling about a more decent period of our lives a more tranquil intelligence and advance era in the lives of decent gents

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    I liked it but thought the premise so different from what I expected. Sure it’s fantasy but mostly it’s an enjoyable historical story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Rafa

    I love Jane Austen and this is a great collection to someone who enjoys her or wants to have classic English Literature at their disposal.

  28. 4 out of 5

    pamela k cronister

    What can I say Between the incredible Miss Austen and the depth of Bronte sisters, and I mean ALL the Bronte ladies, womens literature has set the bar for all literature.

  29. 4 out of 5

    D.K. Kerr

    My favorite books.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Janavi Held

    I think I've read Pride and Prejudice 30 times. 😊

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