Works about Jane Austen

Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1775/12/16 Cassandra Leigh Austen, wife of George Austen, gives birth to a daughter, Jane Austen, in Steventon, Hampshire. "certainly expected to have been brought to bed a month ago" - George Austen Born Steventon Hampshire
1776/04/05 Jane Austen is baptized in the Church Of St Nicholas, Steventon, Hampshire. Faith Church Of St Nicholas, Steventon Steventon
1800/00/00 Jane Austen is a regular visitor to her brother Edward's home, Godmersham Park in Kent, between 1798 and 1813. Visitor Godmersham Park Godmersham
1800/12/00 George Austen unexpectedly announces his decision to retire from the ministry, leave Steventon, and move the family to 4 Sydney Place in Bath. Home Nos 1-12 Sydney Place, Bath Bath
1805/08/27 We had a very pleasant drive from Canterbury, and reached this place c 4:30, which seemed to bid fair for a punctual dinner at 5, but scenes of great agitation awaited us, and there was much to be endured and done before we could sit down to table. - JA Visitor The Dower House, Goodnestone Farm Goodnestone
1809/07/07 With her mother, her sister Cassandra and a longtime family friend Martha Lloyd. Jane Austen moves into a house in the village of Chawton near Alton in Hampshire. Home Jane Austen's House, Chawton Chawton
1811/00/00 Sense and Sensibility - published Author Sense and Sensibility
1811/04/00 In town, Miss Jane Austen visits her brother Henry and his wife in Sloane Street. Henry had married his widowed cousin, Madame de Feuillade, who at Steventon parsonage during Jane's girlhood. Visitor Henry Austen House, Sloane St London
1813/00/00 Pride and Prejudice - published Author Pride and Prejudice
1813/04/00 Spring 1813, Jane Austen stays with her brother Henry in his flat over Tilson's Bank, where he is a partner, at 10 Henrietta Street in Covent Garden, London. Jane will live here until 1814. Home 9 and 10, Henrietta Street London
1813/05/24 "I went the day before (Friday) to Layton's as I proposed, and got my Mother's gown, 7 yds at 66 (six shillings and six pence)." - JA. Layton and Shear's shop was at 9 or 11 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden. Life 9 and 10, Henrietta Street London
1814/00/00 "I am sorry to hear that there has been a rise in tea. I do not mean to pay Twining til later in the day, when we may order a fresh supply." JA, letter to her sister Cassandra Life Twining's London
1814/00/00 Mansfield Park - published Author Mansfield Park
1815/11/20 During a visit to her brother, Jane corrects the proof sheets of Emma. "The printers continue to supply me very well, I am advanced in vol iii. to my arra-root upon which peculiar style of spelling there is a modest query in the margin." JA Visitor Emma 23-27 Hans Place Sw1 Hans Place, London
1816/12/23 "Emma" is published Author Emma
1817/05/00 Because of illness, Cassandra and Henry move Jane Austen to Winchester to be near her physician. Home Jane Austen Residence, Winchester Winchester
1817/07/18 Jane Austen dies at her new home in Winchester, England. Cause of death was probably Addison's disease. Died Jane Austen Residence, Winchester Winchester
1817/07/24 The funeral for Jane Austen is held at the Cathedral Church Of The Holy Trinity in Winchester, England. Martha Lloyd, Cassandra Austen and her brothers, Edward, Henry and Frank Austen are the only mourners. In Memoriam Cathedral Church Of The Holy Trinity Winchester

4 Creative Works by Jane Austen »

Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
Sense and Sensibility Author Novel 1811/00/00
  • 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die
  • 1100 or so Notable Novels and Novellas
Pride and Prejudice Author Book 1813/00/00
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  • 1100 or so Notable Novels and Novellas
Mansfield Park Author Book 1814/00/00
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  • 1100 or so Notable Novels and Novellas
Emma Author Book 1816/12/23
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  • 1100 or so Notable Novels and Novellas

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