Jane Austen, English novelist (1775-1817)
2017 was the 200th anniversary of the death of Jane Austen. To commemorate this, the Rewley House Continuing Education Library has published this guide to highlight resources for studying the life, times and works of Jane Austen, including both Bodleian Libraries and wider resources.
Image: Jane Austen, after Cassandra Austen (British, 1773-1845). From Dallas Museum of Art via ARTStor http://library.artstor.org/library/secure/ViewImages?id=8DRFeTUrOC49NEA7eD94QX8pWXwr
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The Library has various editions of the works of Jane Austen shelved at 823.7 AUS.
There is also a range of critical works shelved after the texts, eg a critical work by Bradbrook is shelved at 823.7 AUS/B
All titles held by the Library are catalogued on SOLO, the catalogue for most Oxford libraries
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The Library has a number of DVDs of adaptations of Jane Austen novels and feature films based on them including:
DVDs are catalogued on SOLO, or see lists on the Library website