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ˈɔ stənausten

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Austen, Jane Austennoun

    English novelist noted for her insightful portrayals of middle-class families (1775-1817)

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  1. Devoney Looser:

    What's most challenging for any adapter of Jane Austen must be capturing Jane Austen fiction's incredible combination of comedy, irony and social criticism, along with genuinely moving stories of courtship.

  2. Devoney Looser:

    I'd say I find any adaptation of Jane Austen to be a successful one if it gets me thinking, or rethinking, any parts of the original.

  3. Sheryl Craig:

    I assume it would be impossible to prove the cause of death without examining Jane Austen body, and Jane Austen body's extremely unlikely to happen. Jane Austen's buried in the floor of Winchester Cathedral.

  4. Shauna Lynch:

    Jane Austen was writing letters, in Jane Austen usual quite tiny handwriting, up to May 1817, two months before Jane Austen death. ... For this reason it seems unlikely that Jane Austen was as close to blind as the optometrist quoted on the British Library blog site suggests.

  5. Inger Brodey:

    Jane Austen is a way for today's readers to both romanticize about soul mates and also sustain their self-respect.


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