Set in the fictitious village of Highbury, Jane Austen’s Emma is the story of a clever, albeit spoilt, woman — Emma Woodhouse, who lives with her father. Emma is not an instantly likeable girl; at first glance, She seems rather selfish and arrogant.
Pride and Prejudice:
One of Jane Austen’s most iconic works, Pride and Prejudice chronicles the lives of the Bennet sisters in Regency England -Jane, Elizabeth, Mary, Catherine and Lydia.
Jane Austen’s final finished novel, Persuasion tells the story of two people — Anne Elliot and Navy Captain Frederick Wentworth — who were once betrothed and in love but parted ways under unfortunate circumstances.
Sanditon and Other Tales:
Sanditon was written in the last months of Austen’s life and was left unfinished at the time of her death in 1817. Set in a seaside town, it is an amusing tale of hypochondriacs, mixed in with family drama and a whiff of romance.
Published posthumously Northanger Abbey is, in fact, Jane Austen’s first novel. The shortest of her works, it is also the wittiest a light-hearted satire of Gothic novels, Which- were quite the rage at the time.
Sense and Sensibility:
Sense and Sensibility is the Story of two sisters – Elinore and Marianne. Each sister embodies a unique set of traits: Elinore is sense, discrete and of sound judgement; while Marianne is sensibility, emotional and impulsive.
At the age of ten, Frances Banny Price is sent to live with her uncle and suncan Northamptonshine where she is treated distantly by everyone buthen cousin Edmund.