Jane Austen

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Jane Austen
Watercolour-and-pencil portrait of Jane Austen
Kamundagan(1775-12-16)16 Desyembre 1775
Steventon Rectory, Hampshire, England
Kagadanan18 Hulyo 1817(1817-07-18) (edad 41)
Winchester, Hampshire, England
NilubonganWinchester Cathedral, Hampshire, England
EdukasyonReading Abbey Girls' School
Panahon1787 to 1809–11
Sadiring-tawo

LagdâSignature from Austen's 1817 will

Jane Austen (/ˈɒstɪn, ˈɔːs-/; 16 December 1775 – 18 July 1817) sarong nobelistang Ingles na midbid sa anom niyang nobela, na nagtutuya sa pag-abot kan mga edukadong Briton kan ika-disiotso na siglo. An mga kadalasan na sinusurat ni Austen manungod sa pagiging nkadepende kan mga kababaihan sa kasal sa pagmawot na magkaigwang maray na estado sa sosyodad asin sa pinansyal. An sinurat niya dapit sa mga pagtuya kan sensibilidad nin mga nobela kan katahawan nin ika disiotiso ma siglo asin parte kan pagbabago paduman sa realismo kan literatura ika-disinuwebe na siglo .[2][lower-alpha 2] An paggamit niya nin ironiko na may kaibang realismo, ngisi asin komento sa sosyodad an nagpasikat sa mga kritiko, iskolar asin mga popular na tawo.[4]

Ladawan ni Jane Austen gamit an watercolor kan saiyang tugang na si Cassandra, 1804.[5]

Mga toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. The original is unsigned, but was believed by the family to have been made by Cassandra and remained in the family with the one signed sketch by Cassandra until 1920. The original sketch, according to relatives who knew Jane Austen well, was not a good likeness.[1]
  2. Oliver MacDonagh says that Sense and Sensibility "may well be the first English realistic novel" based on its detailed and accurate portrayal of what he calls "getting and spending" in an English gentry family.[3]
  1. Kirkham (2005), 68–72.
  2. Grundy (2014), 195–197
  3. MacDonagh (1991), 65, 136–137.
  4. Looser, Devoney (2017). The Making of Jane Austen. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press. p. 2. ISBN 978-1-4214-2282-4. 
  5. Kirkham (2005), 68–72; Auerbach (2004), 19.