PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIESBY JANE AUSTEN AND SETH GRAHAME-SMITH
JANE AUSTEN•Born in 1775 in South England•Seventh of eight children (Close to her only sister, Cassandra)•Father was a country clergyman, but had wealthy family.•Brothers served in the Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815: A series battles between France, Great Britain, and other European countries)•Began writing in her early 20s.
JANE AUSTEN•Pride and Prejudice(initially titled First Impressions) was written by Austen in 1797. It was rejected by publishers.•Austen continued writing and eventually had success in publishing between 1811-1815.•Austen became ill in 1815 with what is believed to be Addison’s disease (hormone deficiency).•Austen died in 1817 at the age of 41, after publishing multiple literary classics.
JANE AUSTEN’S MOST FAMOUS WORKS•Sense and Sensibility (1811)•Pride and Prejudice(1813)•Mansfield Park (1814)•Emma (1815)•Northanger Abbey (1817-posthumously)•Persuasion(1817-posthumously)
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE•Written by Austen in 1797 under title