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Presents Penn State's Electronic Classics Series Jane Austen Page. 

From this site you can download the works of Jane Austen (1775 - 1817: British) in Adobe's ® Acrobat ® Portable Document File format.
ATTENTION: The files require the Acrobat ® Reader to access: 
WARNING: In choosing to access these files, you must assume full responsibility for your actions: neither Penn State University, nor anyone associated with it can be held responsible for the content of the files or for the files as electronic transmissions.  If you agree to this restriction, you may download the files without cost or obligation on your part.
To download a file, click on its title.  If you have the Acrobat ® plug-in installed, you can access the file right in the browser window. You may also save the file to disk. Note:  Our standard editions are in two-column, landscape format, employing a variety of fonts, best for on-line reading. Our 6 x 9 format is in portrait layout, using primarily one font, and is best for printing.
 
Emma - 1.01 MB
Emma in 6 x 9 format - 1.22 MB
Lady Susan - 254 KB
Love and Friendship - 371 KB
"Love and Friendship" and "Lady Susan" in 6 x 9 format - 393 KB
Northanger Abbey - 541 KB
Northanger Abbey in 6 x 9 format - 494 KB
Mansfield Park - 1.21 MB
Mansfield Park in 6 x 9 format - 993 KB
Persuasion - 568 KB
Persuasion in 6 x 9 format - 520 KB
Pride and Prejudice - 828 KB
Pride and Prejudice in 6 x 9 format - 803 KB
Sense and Sensibility - 853 KB
Sense and Sensibility in 6 x 9 format - 795 KB
Additional Sites of Note:
Letters of Jane Austen -- Brabourne Edition
The Works of Jane Austen
A Guide to the Jane Austen Collection
Jane Austen's Illness
What Men Have Said about Jane Austen
Additional Sites of Note:
The Jane Austen Society
Jane Austen Discussion Deck
American Society of Jane Austen Scholars
The Jane Austen Center in Bath
Jane Austen

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This page created and maintained by Jim Manis; last updated January 7, 2009.