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Northanger Abbey ... With an introduction by Malcolm Elwin. Illustrated by Philip Gough

First published in 1817 - Catherine, recently introduced into society, is invited to stay with the Tilneys in their foreboding abbey - She fears that it is a terrifying place__

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  • "First published in 1817 - Catherine, recently introduced into society, is invited to stay with the Tilneys in their foreboding abbey - She fears that it is a terrifying place__"@en
  • "Catherine Morland meets all the trappings of Gothic horror and imagines the worst. Disaster does eventually strike, as it does in the real world as distinct from the romantic one, but without spoiling the wonderful atmosphere of this story."@en
  • "Catherine Morland meets all the trappings of Gothic horror and imagines the worst. Disaster does eventually strike, as it does in the real world as distinct from the romantic one, but without spoiling the wonderful atmosphere of this story."
  • "Jane Austen's first novel, Northanger Abbey -- published posthumously in 1818 -- tells the story of Catherine Morland and her dangerously sweet nature, innocence, and sometime self-delusion. Though Austen's fallible heroine is repeatedly drawn into scrapes while vacationing at Bath and during her subsequent visit to Northanger Abbey, Catherine eventually triumphs, blossoming into a discerning woman who learns truths about love, life, and the heady power of literature. The satirical Northanger Abbey pokes fun at the gothic novel while earnestly emphasizing caution to the female sex."@en
  • "'Northanger Abbey' tells the story of 17-year-old Catherine Morely, a passionate and headstrong young woman with a fondness for Gothic novels. Catherine's vivid imagination leads to all kinds of misunderstandings before she eventually finds romance."@en
  • ""When Catherine Morland gets the chance to accompany a neighbouring family on an extended visit to Bath, it opens up a world of adventure and romance unavailable to the naïve 17-year-old in her Wiltshire village home." --p. [4] of cover."
  • "The romantic folly of young Catherine Morland whose entry into life in nineteenth-century England is attended by the collapse of many illusions."@en
  • "The romantic folly of young Catherine Morland whose entry into life in nineteenth-century England is attended by the collapse of many illusions."
  • "One of the first of Jane Austen's novels to be written, and one of the last to be published, Northanger Abbey is both an amusing story of how a naive girl enters society and wins the affection of a witty young clergyman, and a high-spirited parody of the lurid gothic novels that were popular during Austen's youth. In the process it features a vivid account of social life in the late eighteenth-century Bath, and Austen's famous defence of the novel as a literary form. This edition, based on the text of the novel as published posthumously in 1818, is accompanied by explanatory notes and an appendix summarizing the plots and situations of the gothic fictions that form the basis of much of Austen's comedy. In addition there is an extensive introduction covering the context, publication, and critical history of the novel, a chronology of Austen's life, and authoritative textual apparatus.--Book jacket."@en
  • "One of the first of Jane Austen's novels to be written, and one of the last to be published, Northanger Abbey is both an amusing story of how a naive girl enters society and wins the affection of a witty young clergyman, and a high-spirited parody of the lurid gothic novels that were popular during Austen's youth. In the process it features a vivid account of social life in the late eighteenth-century Bath, and Austen's famous defence of the novel as a literary form. This edition, based on the text of the novel as published posthumously in 1818, is accompanied by explanatory notes and an appendix summarizing the plots and situations of the gothic fictions that form the basis of much of Austen's comedy. In addition there is an extensive introduction covering the context, publication, and critical history of the novel, a chronology of Austen's life, and authoritative textual apparatus.--Book jacket."
  • "As Catherine Moreland begins to mature, many of her illusions collapse under the reality of middle-class life."@en
  • "Catherine Morland, the daughter of a country parson, is the innocent abroad who gains worldly wisdom: first in the fashionable society of Bath and then at Northanger Abbey itself, where she learns not to interpret the world through her reading of gothic thrillers."@en
  • "The setting is 18th century Bath, a society of decadence and deceit, into which Catherine Morland arrives bursting with freshness, integrity and a passion for macabre Gothic novels."
  • "Novel published posthumously in 1818. Northanger Abbey, which was published with Persuasion in four volumes, was written about 1798 or 1799, probably under the title "Susan." In 1803 the manuscript of "Susan" was sold to the publisher Richard Crosby, who advertised for it, but unaccountably it was not published at that time. The novel combines a satire on conventional novels of polite society with one on gothic tales of terror. Catherine Morland, the daughter of a country parson, is the innocent abroad who gains worldly wisdom: first in the fashionable society of Bath and then at Northanger Abbey itself, where she learns not to interpret the world through her reading of gothic thrillers."@en
  • "While enjoying a six weeks' stay in fashionable Bath, the young and callow Catherine Morland is introduced to the delights of high society. Thanks to a new literary diet of the sensational and the macabre, Catherine travels to Northanger Abbey fully expecting to become embroiled in a Gothic adventure of intrigue and suspense and, once there, soon begins to form the most gruesome and improbable theories about the exploits of its occupants. This edition includes pictures and an extensive section about the author's life and works."
  • "Northanger Abbey was among the last of Jane Austen's novels to be published, in 1818, but the first to be written, mostly in 1798-9. Centred on the loves and friendships of Catherine Morland, an endearing young girl extremely fond of novel-reading, it remains the most youthful and optimistic of Jane Austen's novels. During an eventful season in Bath, Catherine meets the sophisticated Henry and Eleanor Tilney who invite her to stay at their father's mysterious house, Northanger Abbey. There Catherine runs into dangers, imaginary and real, and learns how to tell the difference between books and real life, false friends and true. For this completely new edition, Marilyn Butler provides an accurate text based on the first edition complete with introduction and notes. By placing Northanger Abbey firmly in its literary and topical context, Marilyn Butler shows that it is a more sophisticated novel than is often thought, and a sharp social commentary on a consumerist world to which modern readers can easily relate."
  • "The story of Catherine Morland, a young girl whose head is stuffed full of romantic and melodramatic notions about the world."
  • ""Jane Austens spannender Roman neu übersetzt. Catherine Morland ist für Jane Austen eine ungewöhnliche Romanheldin: zwar ist sie jung und tugendhaft, aber weder ausnehmend schön noch besonders elegant, und als Tochter eines Geistlichen keine sonderlich gute Partie. Ihr Hauptinteresse gilt Büchern und deren Figuren und entsprechend naiv verhält sie sich im realen Leben. Bald aber lernt auch sie, auf ihre Gefühle zu hören und verwandelt sich in eine liebenswürdige junge Frau, die die Männerwelt verzaubert. Ihr Herz schlägt für den gebildeten, wohlerzogenen Henry Tilney, dessen Schwester sie auf den Landsitz der Familie einlädt. Doch die Aura des alten Anwesens Northanger Abbey beflügelt Catherines Phantasie: sie glaubt, einem düsteren Familiengeheimnis auf die Spur gekommen zu sein. Sabine Roth wurde 2009 für ihre Neuübersetzung von Anne Elliot mit dem ersten Übersetzerstipendium des Freistaates Bayern ausgezeichnet. Es sei ihr " "in beispielhafter Weise gelungen" ", so die Begründung der Jury, " "diffizile sprachliche Nuancen wiederzugeben und dabei die Eleganz und Lebendigkeit des Originals aus dem Jahr 1817 zu bewahren" ".""
  • "Romanictic folly of young Catherine Morland."@en
  • "Jane Austen's first novel, Northanger Abbey - published posthumously in 1818 - tells the story of Catherine Morland and her dangerously sweet nature, innocence, and sometime self-delusion. Though Austen's fallible heroine is repeatedly drawn into scrapes while vacationing at Bath and during her subsequent visit to Northanger Abbey, Catherine eventually triumphs, blossoming into a discerning woman who learns truths about love, life, and the heady power of literature. The satirical Northanger Abbey pokes fun at the gothic novel while earnestly emphasizing caution to the female sex. This Modern Library Paperback Classic is set from the first edition of 1818. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "Catherine Morland is a charmingly believable character. Recently introduced into society, she is a voracious reader of Gothic stories. When she is invited to stay with the Tilneys in their seemingly foreboding abbey, she fears that it is the kind of terrible place described in the novels she devours."@en
  • "Catherine Morland is a charmingly believable character. Recently introduced into society, she is a voracious reader of Gothic stories. When she is invited to stay with the Tilneys in their seemingly foreboding abbey, she fears that it is the kind of terrible place described in the novels she devours."
  • "This special edition of Northanger Abbey includes the famous illustrations by Henry Matthew Brock, originally created in 1898. Brock and his brothers were all successful illustrators of the day and often posed for each other using costumes, props and furniture in their Cambridge studio. Brock's older brother Charles joined him in illustrating other Jane Austen releases for this set of 1898 editions. Northanger Abbey was Austen's first completed novel but was published posthumously in 1817. Austen sold the novel to a bookseller in 1803 - for £10 - who decided not to publish it. Her brother boug."@en
  • "Catherine, a seventeen year old girl, travels with her family to Bath and makes many new acquaintance, including two young men who pursue her. She is invited to visit the country estate of one, and makes the journey with high expectations of Gothic drama, her head being full of Mrs Radcliffe's The Mystery of Udolpho."
  • "Northanger Abbey, which was published with Persuasion in four volumes, was written about 1798 or 1799, probably under the title "Susan." In 1803 the manuscript of "Susan" was sold to the publisher Richard Crosby, who advertised for it, but unaccountably it was not published at that time. The novel combines a satire on conventional novels of polite society with one on gothic tales of terror. Catherine Moreland, the daughter of a country parson, is the innocent abroad who gains worldly wisdom: first in the fashionable society of Bath and then at Northanger Abbey itself, where she learns not to interpret the world through her reading of gothic thrillers."@en
  • "Whilst visiting a friend in Bath Catherine Moreland, a young girl under the spell of Mrs Radcliffe's Gothic novel "The Mysteries of Udolpho", falls in love with Henry Tilney, a young clergyman. At the invitation of Henry's father General Tilney, who believes her wealthy, she visits their home, Northanger Abbey, where her romantic imagination makes her see mystery and horrors on all sides."
  • "When Catherine Morland meets the handsome and charming Henry Tilney, who invites her to the family home, her fantasies lead her into disasterous errors of judgement."
  • "Charmingly imperfect Catherine Morland is invited to Northanger Abbey, the home of new friends. Hearing exaggerated reports of her wealth, the head of household General Tilney encourages a marriage between his son Henry and Catherine. Before matters can be settled, Catherine must learn to distinguish between books and real life, false friends and true."
  • "Six weeks of shopping, taking tea with the most fashionable ladies and dancing with the most handsome gentlemen is what awaits young Catherine Morland when she makes her entree into the leisure society at Bath. But, oh, the thrill of an unexpected invitation from the mysterious Tilney family to stay at their home-a veritable abbey."
  • "Six weeks of shopping, taking tea with the most fashionable ladies and dancing with the most handsome gentlemen is what awaits young Catherine Morland when she makes her entree into the leisure society at Bath. But, oh, the thrill of an unexpected invitation from the mysterious Tilney family to stay at their home-a veritable abbey."@en
  • "Northanger Abbey tells the story of Catherine Morland, a seventeen-year-old fan of Gothic novels, who is invited to Northanger Abbey, the estate of the father of her love interest, a place she expects to be dark and Gothic like the books she loves."
  • "The novel combines a satire on conventional novels of polite society with one on gothic tales of terror. Catherine Morland, the daughter of a country parson, is the innocent abroad who gains worldly wisdom: first in the fashionable society of Bath and then at Northanger Abbey itself, where she learns not to interpret the world through her reading of gothic thrillers."@en
  • "Catherine Morland's sentimental illusions crumble as she enters into adulthood."@en
  • "Catherine Morland's sentimental illusions crumble as she enters into adulthood."
  • "Tijdens een logeerpartij op een kasteel begint een jong meisje, dat te veel griezelromans heeft gelezen, de eigenaar van moord te verdenken. Met op dvd de BBC-bewerking uit 1996."
  • "Seventeen-year-old Catherine Morland is pursued by the rough-mannered, slovenly John Thorpe, as well as the more refined Henry Tilney."
  • "A summary of the novel with some text directly quoted and other text paraphrased."
  • "Young Catherine Morland's entry into nineteenth-century English society is attended by the collapse of many romantic illusions."
  • "Visiting Bath with her friend Mrs. Allen, an older but flighty, irresponsible woman, Catherine Morland falls in love with Henry Tilney, a young clergyman. Believing her to be wealthy, Henry's father invites Catherine to Northanger Abbey, the Tilney home. Catherine finds herself in a house which she thinks has nightmarish mysteries and medieval horror. Then, she is ordered out of the house by Henry's dictatorial father when he discovers that she is not wealthy."
  • "This fully annotated critical edition of Northanger Abbey is based on the text of the novel as published posthumously in 1818. It features an appendix summarising the plots and situations of the Gothic fictions Austen parodied, an extensive critical introduction, a chronology of Austen's life and an authoritative textual apparatus."@en
  • "In 18th century Bath, a girl bursting with freshness and passion for macabre Gothic novels experiences intrigue, adventure, and romance, especially when the romantic Henry Tilney invites her to his ancestral home."
  • "Presents a delightful story of a young girl's attempts to improve on real life."
  • "Jane Austen's first novel, Northanger Abbey - published posthumously in 1818 - tells the story of Catherine Morland and her dangerously sweet nature, innocence, and sometime self-delusion. Though Austen's fallible heroine is repeatedly drawn into scrapes while vacationing at Bath and during her subsequent visit to Northanger Abbey, Catherine eventually triumphs, blossoming into a discerning woman who learns truths about love, life, and the heady power of literature."@en
  • "Jane Austen's first novel, Northanger Abbey - published posthumously in 1818 - tells the story of Catherine Morland and her dangerously sweet nature, innocence, and sometime self-delusion. Though Austen's fallible heroine is repeatedly drawn into scrapes while vacationing at Bath and during her subsequent visit to Northanger Abbey, Catherine eventually triumphs, blossoming into a discerning woman who learns truths about love, life, and the heady power of literature. The satirical Northanger Abbey pokes fun at the gothic novel while earnestly emphasizing caution to the female sex."@en
  • "When Catherine Morland is taken to Bath to "come out" in society, she meets Henry Tilney, a young clergyman, and his sister. They are the children of the eccentric General Tilney, who when he meets CAtherine belieces her to be wealthier than she is and arranges for her to visit his house in Gloucestershire -- Northanger Abbey -- to entice her into marriage with Henry. When Catherine learns that the General's wife has been dead for some years, she becomes convinced that the General must have murdered her."@en
  • "Jane Austen's first novel, Northanger Abbey'published posthumously in 1818'tells the story of Catherine Morland and her dangerously sweet nature, innocence, and sometime self-delusion. Though Austen's fallible heroine is repeatedly drawn into scrapes while vacationing at Bath and during her subsequent visit to Northanger Abbey, Catherine eventually triumphs, blossoming into a discerning woman who learns truths about love, life, and the heady power of literature. The satirical Northanger Abbey pokes fun at the gothic novel while earnestly emphasizing caution to the female sex. This Modern Library Paperback Classic is set from the first edition of 1818. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "Wanneer een naiëve jonge vrouw in de 18e eeuw Bath bezoekt, maakt ze er kennis met een aantrekkelijke man en zijn zuster die haar uitnodigen bij hen op Northanger Abbey te logeren."
  • "When the impressionable Catherine Morland is invited to stay at Northanger Abbey, she must set aside her Gothic fantasy to become the unlikely heroine of her own tale."@en
  • "Presents Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey", which collects her reflections on the nature of novels, their heroines, and their readers, with biographical commentary, selections from other writers, and critical essays."
  • "When Catherine Morland, a country clergyman's daughter, is invited to spend a season in Bath with the fashionable high society, little does she imagine the delights and perils that await her. Captivated and disconcerted by what she finds, and introduced to the joys of 'Gothic novels' by her new friend, Isabella, Catherine longs for mystery and romance. When she is invited to stay with the beguiling Henry Tilney and his family at Northanger Abbey, she expects mystery and intrigue at every turn. However, the truth turns out to be even stranger than fiction."@en
  • "Jane Austen's first novel tells the story of Catherine Morland and her dangerously sweet nature, innocence, and sometime self-delusion. Though Austen's fallible heroine is repeatedly drawn into scrapes while vacationing at Bath and during her subsequent visit to Northanger Abbey, Catherine eventually triumphs, blossoming into a discerning woman who learns truths about love, life, and the heady power of literature."@en
  • "Northanger Abbey was the first of Jane Austen's novels to be completed for publication, though she had previously made a start on Sense and Sensibility and Pride and Prejudice. According to Cassandra Austen's Memorandum, Susan (as it was first called) was written about the years 1798-1799. It was revised by Austen for the press in 1803, and sold in the same year for £10 to a London bookseller, Crosby & Co., who decided against publishing. The bookseller was content to sell it back to the novelist's brother, Henry Austen, for the exact sum that he had paid for it at the beginning, not knowing t."@en
  • "Catherine, recently introduced into society, is invited to stay with the Tilneys in their foreboding abbey - She fears that it is a terrifying place.; This title is also available as a film."@en
  • "Catherine Morland is an Austen heroine unlike any other--youthful and naive, with a lively imagination fed by the popular Gothic novels she so loves to read. But when Catherine meets the wealthy and charming Henry Tilney during a vacation in Bath, and visits his family's sinister and mysterious estate, she begins to suspect that some of the dark doings she's read about just might be true."
  • "Northanger Abbey, which was published with persuasion in four volumes, was written about 1798 or 1799, probably under the title "Susan." In 1803 the manuscript of "Susan" was sold to the publisher Richard Crosby, who advertised for it, but unaccountably it was not published at that time. The novel combines a satire on conventional novels of polite society with one on gothic tales of terror. Catherine Moreland, the daughter of a country parson, is the innocent abroad who gains worldly wisdom: first in the fashionable society of Bath and then at Northanger Abbey itself, where she learns not to interpret the world through her reading of gothic thrillers."
  • "The story of a young girl whose entry into the real world is accompanied by the demise of many illusions."@en
  • "Catherine Morland's sentimental illusions about life and love crumble as she enters into adulthood and encounters the politics, pitfalls, and machinations of Bath society."
  • "Charmingly imperfect Catherine Morland is invited to Northanger Abbey, the home of new friends. Hearing exaggerated reports of her wealth, the head of household General Tilney encourages a marriage between his son Henry and Catherine. Before matters can be settled, Catherine must learn to distinguish between books and real life, false friends and true."@en
  • "Part of a series of Jane Austen's works, with introductions by Austen scholars, together with 12 pages of colour introducing the characters, locations and times of Jane Austen."@en
  • "This special edition of Northanger Abbey includes the famous illustrations by Henry Matthew Brock, originally created in 1898. Brock and his brothers were all successful illustrators of the day and often posed for each other using costumes, props and furniture in their Cambridge studio. Brock's older brother Charles joined him in illustrating other Jane Austen releases for this set of 1898 editions. Northanger Abbey was Austen's first completed novel but was published posthumously in 1817. Austen sold the novel to a bookseller in 1803 ? for 10 - who decided not to publish it. Her brother bought it back for the same amount after her death. Catherine Morland is the daughter of a country clergyman, one of ten children. She devours Gothic novels and has an active imagination. After a lively season in Bath, she is invited to Northanger Abbey, where she finds the house is not the dark, moody Gothic mansion of her imaginings. Catherine's exciting season in Bath leads her to become acquainted with the dashing John Thorpe, who encourages her flights of fancy and attempts to divert her from his rival Henry Tilney. But Henry extends an invitation she can't resist and she finds herself visiting Northanger Abbey. There, as a heroine in training, she is determined to bring one of her favorite Gothic novels to life, but the charming and very down to earth Mr. Tilney eventually brings her to see that real life can be even more interesting than the most spine-chilling Gothic fantasy."
  • ""Northanger Abbey" was among the last of Jane Austen's novels to be published, in 1818, but the first to be written in 1798-9. Centred on the loves and friendships of Catherine Morland, an endearing young girl extremely fond of novel reading, it remains the most youthful and optimistic of Austen's novels."
  • "The story's heroine, seventeen year old Catherine Morland, is invited by her neighbours, the Allens, to accompany them to visit Bath for a number of weeks. While, initially, the excitement of experiencing such a place was dampened by her lack of other acquaintances, she is soon introduced to an intriguing young gentleman named Henry Tilney, though her attention was quickly taken upon meeting a young lady named Isabella Thorpe. Isabella tries to make a match between Catherine and her brother John. John Thorpe continually tries to sabotage her relationship with the Tilneys, whi."@en

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