Oxford : University Press, 2004.
Aus dem Englischen
Jane Austen's letters have a freedom and familiarity that only intimate writing can convey. Her letters are a fascinating record not only of her own day-to-day existence, but of the pleasures and frustrations experienced by women of her social class which are so central to her novels. Vivien Jones's selection includes very nearly two-thirds of Austen's surviving correspondence, and her lively introduction and notes set the novelist's most private writings in their wider cultural context.
8 Bände, englische Kurzschrift, BNA 20063