Other "versions" and published fanfic
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For example, Heathcliff by Haire-sargeant is about the missing years in Wuthering Heights where Heathcliff disappeared for while. And I'm sure most of us are familar with the numerous "sequels" to Jane Austen books.
For revisions there is Jenna Starborn which is Jane Eyre set in a sci-fi world.
Any other examples you can think of?
A few others that came to my notice...
+ March by Geraldine Brooks (spin-off of Little Women)
+ Finn by Jo Clinch (from Huckleberry Finn)
+ Scarlett by Alexndra Ripley (from Gone With the Wind)
+ The Wind Done Gone by Alice Randall (again, from Gone with the Wind, but more of a parody told from Scarlett's black half-sister's POV)
+ The Second Mrs. DeWinter (from du Maurier's Rebecca, not sure who wrote it)
+ Evremonde by ?? (from A Tale of Two Cities)
The three Fitzwilliam Darcy novels by Pamela Aidan
An assembly such as this
Duty and desire
These three remain
Mr. Darcy's daughters, The exploits and adventures of Miss Alethea Darcy, and The true Darcy spirit by Elizabeth Aston
A far better rest by Susanne Alleyn, after A tale of two cities.
Of the ones I know about she has produced -
Tess - Tess of the D'Urbervilles
An Unequal Marriage - Pride and Pejudice
Elinor and Marianne - Sense and Sensibility
Emma In Love - Emma
Tara - Gone With the Wind
Adele* - Jane Eyre
Felony - The Aspern Papers
Heathcliff's Tale - Wuthering Heights
Pemberley Revisited - Pride and Prejudice vol.3
*also known as The French Dancer's Bastard and Thornfield Hall
I'll back BoPeep's recommendation of Wide Sargasso Sea, an excellent novel in it's own right.
It is a good punchline to the quite excellent book.
I'll look into Wide Saragosso Sea, though!