New Collectors Edition of Austen’s Novels

Seven Novels, Barnes & Noble, (2007)

JANE AUSTEN: SEVEN NOVELS

Hot off the presses!  Barnes & Noble has published a new edition of Jane Austen’s novels. It is part of the Barnes & Noble Classics series which includes favorite authors such as Dickens, Poe, Shakespeare, Wilde and others. Each volume is an unabridged edition of collectors quality full leather with gold embossed edges.

Seven Novels, Barnes & Nobel, (2007)The volume is entitled Jane Austen: Seven Novels and includes the six major novels; Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, Persuasion, Northanger Abbey and a bonus novelett, Lady Susan. The cover design is by renown book illustrator Elizabeth Traynor, and includes an elaborately designed cover embossed in gold and pastel foils of garden flowers and Regency inspired motiffs. All the page edges are tipped in gold, and the endpapers are a coordinating floral motiff.

Seven Novels, Barnes & Noble, (2007)This edition is so stunning that you will want to include it in your  collectors library, and buy additional copies to give as a treasured gift for that special Jane Austen enthusiasts. Better hurry and snap this one up while first editions are still in your local store. The best part is that it offered at the incredibly amazing price of $19.99!

7 thoughts on “New Collectors Edition of Austen’s Novels

  1. I am new at visiting your site. I wanted to thank you for the book recommendation. I went to Barnes & Noble last night and picked up my copy. The book is so lovely! I am so excited about it! I would not have known about it unless I read it here.
    Thank you!

    God bless you!

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  2. Hi Victoria, oh this is rewarding to know that you purchased this wonderful edition because of my recommendation. It is quite stunning, and I hope that you enjoy it. Cheers, Laurel Ann

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  3. Interestingly, someone asked me to sign this at the B&N event last week. I whispered to the CRM, “She knows I’m not Jane Austen, right?”

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