A sly commentary on the power of literature and a warning for women about being too innocent, Austens classic novel of a young woman receiving intensive instruction in the ways of the world features a new Afterword and a striking new package. Revised reissue.
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Northanger Abbey is the first novel of Jane Austen to be completed for publication. It is the story of Catherine Morland and her family friends Mr. and Mrs. Allen when they visit Bath, England. Catherine, age seventeen years-old, spends her times visiting with newly made friends and going to balls. She finds herself pursued by John Thorpe, who is the brother of new friend Isabella Thorpe and by Henry Tilney, the brother of new friend Eleanor Tilney. Much of the plot surrounds the estate of the Tilney family, known as Northanger Abbey, which she expects to be a dark place which is full of fantastical mystery. Northanger Abbey is highly recommended for those who enjoy the writings of novelist Jane Austen and also for those who are discovering her works for the first time.
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