Jane Austen’s witty heroines and dashing yet complex romantic interests have been adapted very often to cinema and TV.

Pride & Prejudice. The 2005 movie compared to the 1813 book, Pride and Prejudice
Joe Wright, 2005
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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen, 1813

Sense and Sensibility. The 1995 movie compared to the 1811 book
Ang Lee, 1995
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Sense and Sensibility
Jane Austen, 1811

Pride and Prejudice. The 1995 TV series compared to the 1813 book
Simon Langton, 1995
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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen, 1813

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. The 2016 movie compared to the 1813 book, Pride and Prejudice
Burr Steers, 2016
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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen, 1813

Emma. The 1996 movie compared to the 1815 book
Douglas McGrath, 1996
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Emma
Jane Austen, 1815

Emma.. The 2020 movie compared to the 1815 book, Emma
Autumn de Wilde, 2020
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Emma
Jane Austen, 1815

Love & Friendship. The 2016 movie compared to the 1871 book, Lady Susan
Whit Stillman, 2016
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Lady Susan
Jane Austen, 1871

Mansfield Park. The 1999 movie compared to the 1814 book
Patricia Rozema, 1999
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Mansfield Park
Jane Austen, 1814

Bride & Prejudice. The 2004 movie compared to the 1813 book, Pride and Prejudice
Gurinder Chadha, 2004
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Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen, 1813

Emma. The 2009 TV series compared to the 1815 book
Jim O'Hanlon, 2009
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Emma
Jane Austen, 1815

Persuasion. The 2007 movie compared to the 1817 book
Adrian Shergold, 2007
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Persuasion
Jane Austen, 1817

From Prada to Nada. The 2011 movie compared to the 1811 book, Sense and Sensibility
Angel Gracia, 2011
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Sense and Sensibility
Jane Austen, 1811

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“Having your book turned into a movie is like seeing your oxen turned into bouillon cubes.”

JOHN LE CARRE (Writer)