8 Books in 1: Jane Austen's Complete Novels. Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Lady Susan, and Love an
Jane Austen's complete novels, collected together in one uniquely comprehensive volume. Comprises the complete text of: "Sense and Sensibility," "Pride and Prejudice," "Mansfield Park," "Emma," "Northanger Abbey," "Persuasion," "Lady Susan," and "Love and Friendship." This is the only single-volume edition of Jane Austen's novels to contain not only the wickedly humorous "Lady Susan," but also the irrepressibly exuberant early work "Love and Friendship." This collection allows readers to explore the development of one of the English language's greatest writers, following her development from the farcical comedy of "Love and Friendship" and "Northanger Abbey," via her most popular work, "Pride and Prejudice," to the masterpiece "Emma," and the considered romance of "Persuasion." A unique collection of the finest and most perceptive love stories ever written.
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