The Peacock Edition (Pride and Prejudice. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson. London: George Allen,1894.)
Alberta H. Burke
Nancy Magnuson, college librarian
By Juliette Wells, Associate Professor of English, Goucher College
Pride & Prejudice: A 200 Year Affair, 2013 exhibit, Goucher College Library
Lily Sage, amazing student assistant
Mr. Collins Mouse
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The internationally recognized Jane Austen Collection at Goucher College includes first, rare, and unique editions of Austen’s novels; translations in over 40 languages; works by Austen’s contemporaries; and biographies, critical works, and adaptations. ♦ Supporting the collection is a significant number of works from the English Georgian and Regency periods, including periodicals and a fine collection of color plate books and the official records of the Jane Austen Society (JASNA).
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Emma in America Learn about and read a digital facsimile of the very rare 1816 Philadelphia Emma--Austen's first novel published in America and the only one during her lifetime.
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