Jane was the daughter of the Reverend George Austen, Rector of Steventon, Hampshire, in the south of England, and his wife Cassandra. Jane was born on December 16, 1775, and had six brothers (two of whom became admirals) and a sister.
Jane never married. Instead, she devoted herself to all the pursuits of gentility, and especially to reading and writing. For her whole life she lived with her family and died in her early forties, in 1817.
All of Jane's major books have been turned into movies or television serials, most of them several times. The books are: Sense and Sensibility (1811), Pride and Prejudice (1813), Mansfield Park (1814), Emma (1815), Northanger Abbey (1818) and Persuasion (1818).
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|Love & Friendship||May 13, 2016||Based On Her Novella "Lady Susan" / Short Story||tbd|
|Pride and Prejudice and Zombies||Feb 5, 2016||Writer / Quirk Books Novel||5.7|
|From Prada to Nada||Jan 28, 2011||Novel "Sense And Sensibility"||5.2|
|Becoming Jane||Aug 3, 2007||Writer||7.2|
|Pride & Prejudice||Nov 11, 2005||Novel||8.8|
|Balle Balle! Amritsar to L.A.||Feb 11, 2005||Writer||7.4|
|Pride and Prejudice||Apr 30, 2004||Writer||7.7|
|Mansfield Park||Nov 17, 1999||Novel "Mansfield Park, Letters, Juvenilia"||7.1|
|Emma||Aug 2, 1996||Novel||8.7|
|Sense and Sensibility||Dec 13, 1995||Novel||8.4|