These sites are about the author Jane Austen. There is biographical and historical information as well as lesson plans for teaching her novels, including “Pride and Prejudice”, “Emma”, “Persuasion”, and “Sense and Sensibility.”
Here is a brief biography of Jane Austen, including pictures of the homes where she lived. Click the links "Jane Austen's Works" and "Maps of the Novels" for further reading.
This page contains a lengthy and detailed biography of the author as well as descriptions of her novels.
This site has extensive information about Jane Austen's work, including the full text of the novels, commentary, background information on the time period, maps, and illustrations. NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
This site has extensive, in-depth information about Jane Austen's world, including political history, economic contexts, literary contemporaries, a biography, and chronology of her life.
These pages contain short descriptions of Jane Austen's works, and links to the full text. NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
This lesson unit for teaching the novel "Persuasion" includes background information, discussion questions, and activity suggestions.
Here is a short biography of Jane Austen. Explore the links on the right for supplemental related content, such as the virtual tour of a Georgian room.
This is a more detailed biography, with information about her family, suitors, letters, and novels.
Here is a lesson module for teaching "Pride and Prejudice."
Students can explore the novel as a primary source of social history with this lesson plan.
This study guide compares the novel "Emma" with its film adaptation "Clueless." NOTE: This site contains sponsored links.
Watch clips from the productions, read plot summaries, and learn about the characters with interactive features.
January 09, 2009 at 03:19 |
Updated: August 28, 2012 at 15:35