During a season in Bath, Catherine Morland meets Henry and Eleanor Tilney and is invited to Northanger Abbey, the home of their father, General Tilney. Hearing exaggerated reports of Catherine's wealth, the General encourages her to marry his son. Austen mocks the gothic genre in this novel.
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- "Jane Austen is the pinnacle to which all other authors aspire." --J.K. Rowling
- "Somebody reading over my shoulder refuses to believe that I found "Northanger Abbey" funnier than "Catch 22", but I did. So there." --Jenny Colgan
- "The most perfect artist among women, the writer whose books are immortal." --Virginia Woolf
- "Jane Austen's lightest and most playful novel." --"Independent "
"Jane Austen's lightest and most playful novel." --"Independent"
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Book Description Penguin Audio, 1996. Audio Book(Cassette). Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-200-66-0439100