Almost 200 years after her death, Jane Austen has become an industry unto herself. Generations of readers have embraced her seminal work "Pride and Prejudice", moving on to discover her other much-loved novels, including "Emma", "Sense and Sensibility", and "Mansfield Park". Noted for her wit and cunning satirical edge, Austen used her subtle gifts to produce works that delicately balanced the pursuit of romance and self-realization with piercing social insight. This updated edition provides a well-rounded critical portrait of this increasingly popular author and is supplemented by a chronology, notes on the contributor, a bibliography, and an introductory essay by Professor Harold Bloom.
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