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Jane Austen: 6 book boxed set

Written by Jane Austen - retold by Gill Tavner

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What a treat! All six Real Reads Jane Austen titles in a smart, tidy box. Now you can be the best-read Austen fan on the block with the most enjoyment and the least effort.

 

The box set contains: Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Emma, Norhnager Abbey, Persuasion and Mansfield Park.

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Jane Austen: 6 book boxed set Synopsis

Find out why Elizabeth says no to Darcy, how Marianne and Elinor come to understand the balance between sense and sensibility, all about Emma’s scheming and Catherine’s gothic fantasies, how Anne is persuaded against her better judgement, and how Fanny overcomes her rejections at Mansfield Park.

Jane Austen: 6 book boxed set Press Reviews

These books provide children with a wonderful introduction to Jane Austen, and are equally good for their parents who simply want a ‘quick fix’ of Austen for themselves. The ‘taking things further’ section at the back is a great idea. Donna Lodge, Jane Austen Centre, Bath

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ISBN: 9781906230227
Publication date: 01/03/2009
Publisher: Real Reads
Format: Quantity Pack

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ISBN: 9781906230227
Publication date: 1st March 2009
Author: Jane Austen - retold by Gill Tavner
Publisher: Real Reads
Format: Quantity Pack
Suitable for: 11+ readers

About Jane Austen - retold by Gill Tavner

Jane Austen was born on 16 December 1775, at the rectory in the village of Steventon in Hampshire, England. The youngest but one of eight children, she was educated mainly at home and never lived apart from her family. She played a lot with her brothers, but was closest to her older sister, Cassandra. The children wrote and performed plays to amuse themselves, and even as a little girl Jane was encouraged to write. When she was fourteen she wrote her first novel, Love and Freindship (yes, she couldn’t spell!), and then a rather ambitious History of England. In her ...

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