The Reverend William Gilpin’s watercolour of a “blasted tree” from his book,  Remarks on Forest Scenery and other Woodland Views etc (1808)

Sense and Sensibility was Jane Austen’s first published novel and it was published in 1811, but it was first composed by Jane Austen circa 1797 and it was then entitled Elinor and Marianne.

Here is a link to the e-text of the novel : Sense and Sensibility

A link to the full text of the “Dualogue” The Settlement Question written by Rosina Philippi, first published in 1911.

Here are links to AustenOnly posts about Sense and Sensibility:

Hugh Thomson, Illustrator

Hugh Thomson’s Illustrations for Sense and Sensibility, Part One

Hugh Thompson’s Illustrations for Sense and Sensibility, Part Two

A Critique of Thomson’s Choice of Fashions for his Illustrations for Sense and Sensibility

Posts on Issues in the text:

Kensington Gardens

Lucy Steele and Bartlett’s Buildings

Jane Austen and William Gilpin

Stella Gibbons’ Critique of Sense and Sensibility