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Northanger Abbey

Northanger Abbey
 

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ISBN 9780217734363
Published 29 January 2010 by General Books
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ISBN-13 9780217734363
ISBN-10 0217734367
Stock Out of stock
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Publisher General Books
Imprint General Books
Publication Date 29 January 2010
Publication Country United States United States
Format Trade Paperback/Paperback
Author(s) By Austen, Jane
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Number of Pages 132 pp
Dimensions Width: 152mm
Height: 229mm
Spine: 8mm
Weight 204g
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: she once called a divinity by any body. Yet Catherine was in very good looks, and, had the company only seen her three years before, they would now have thought her exceedingly handsome. She wa looked at, however, and with some admiration; for, in her own hearing, two gentlemen pronounced her to be a pretty girl. Such words had their due effect; she immediately thought the evening pleasanter than she had found it before ? her humble vanity was contented ? she felt more obliged to the two young men for this simple praise, than a true quality heroine would have been for fifteen sonnets in celebration of her charms, and went to her chair in good humour with every body, and perfectly satisfied with her share of public attention. CHAPTER III. Every morning now brought its regular duties; ?shops were to be visited; some new part of the town to be looked at; and the Pump-room to be attended, where they paraded up and down for an hour, looking at every body and speaking to no one. The wish of a numerous acquaintance in Bath was still uppermost with Mrs. Allen, and she repeated it after every fresh proof, which every morning brought, of her knowing nobody at all. They made their appearance in the Lower Rooms; and here fortune was more favourable to our heroine. The master of the ceremonies introduced to her a very gentlemanlike young man as a partner; ? his name was Tilney. He seemed to be about four or five and twenty, was rather tall, had a pleasing countenance, a very intelligent and lively eye, and, if not quite handsome, was very near it. His address was good, and Catherine felt herself in high luck. There was little leisure for speaking while they danced; but when they were seated at tea, she found him as agreeable as she had already given him credit for being. He ta...

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