English writer Jane Austen, who was born on December 16, 1775, and died on July 18, 1817, is one of the people who shaped classical literature with her novels.
Jane Austen, who wrote in the 18th-century romantic movement, is very popular even today. Her works are known around the world. Her works are considered classics as she reflects the human relations of the period she lived in her novels and the heroes in her novels are loved by the readers.
Her teacher was her father. She was lucky to receive a better education than the women of that period. Jane Austen's family encouraged her to use her imagination. Austen began writing her own stories when she was 12 but published her first novel about 25 years later. The leading roles in her novels are all women, and Austen is a famous writer for her feminine style. She used witty language and included humor in her novels. Although she herself was not married, all of Austen's novels ended with happy endings and happy marriages.
All the novels of Jane Austen, the author of Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, and The Watsons, have been loved and read with admiration around the world. Her novels have been adapted for television and cinema.
The works of Jane Austen, whose almost every novel is considered a classic, should be read because they are works ahead of their time and there is a lesson to be learned in each of them.