Beautiful Austen Editions

In celebration of Austen in August, here are some beautiful editions of Jane Austen’s works that would make the perfect addition to any Janeite’s collection:

 

Harvard University Press Annotated Editions

 

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Folio Society Jane Austen Collection

 

 

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Vintage Classics 

 

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Pride and Prejudice Unfolded 

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Penguin Clothbound Set

 

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Jane Austen in Her Own Hand Boxed Set 

 

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Arcturus Jane Austen Collection

 

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Classics Reimagined, Pride and Prejudice  

 

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  1. Don’t forget the Cambridge University Press editions edited by Janet Todd 🙂 they tend to be the ones that academics in the UK quote from. They’ve also got lovely burgundy covers and a nice big font… the only problem is they’re too chunky for travelling with… I like my battered little Oxford University Press ones for travelling purposes- much lighter, and I feel less guilty for the destruction they undergo in my backpack… which editions do you own?

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    1. I probably own too many editions! The Oxford University Press books are great for reading-I still have a few from my University course on Austen.

      From this list I own: 3 of the Vintage classics, the HUP Annotated editions, the In Her Own Hand Boxed set, and the 2 illustrated Pride and Prejudice editions.

      My favorite edition would have to be the first Austen I read- my battered copy of P & P from the late 90’s.

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