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  1. Northanger Abbey ( / ˈnɔːrθæŋər /) is a coming-of-age novel and a satire of Gothic novels [1] written by the English author Jane Austen. Although the title page is dated 1818 and was published posthumously in 1817 with Persuasion, Northanger Abbey was completed in 1803, making it the first of Austen's novels to be completed in ...

    • Jane Austen
    • United Kingdom
    • 1817
    • 1818 (published on December 20, 1817, although the title page is dated 1818)
  2. Northanger Abbey. Jane Austen, Alfred Mac Adam (Introduction) 3.85. 402,828 ratings21,483 reviews. A wonderfully entertaining coming-of-age story, Northanger Abbey is often referred to as Jane Austen's "Gothic parody."

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  3. Read reviews from the world’s largest community for readers. These two examples of Gothic literature, The Italian, by Ann Radcliffe and Northanger Abbey, b…

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  4. Literary devices: Genre. Mood. Setting. Style. Tone. View all. Northanger Abbey begins by introducing us to its heroine, Catherine Morland, an unexceptional but kind girl of seventeen. She has grown up in the countryside, the eldest daughter of a parson in a family of ten children.

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  6. L'abbazia di Northanger - Wikipedia. L'abbazia di Northanger ( Northanger Abbey ), pubblicato in Italia anche con i titoli Caterina e Catherine Morland [1] è forse il romanzo meno conosciuto e meno di successo di Jane Austen: fu terminato nel 1803, ma pubblicato solo nel 1818, dopo la morte della scrittrice. Indice. 1 Trama. 2 Contenuti.

  7. 27 de mai. de 2018 · Northanger Abbey: How to read a Gothic novel. Raffaella Sero. ‘Oh! I am quite delighted with the book! I should like to spend my whole life in reading it,’ Catherine Morland, the heroine of Northanger Abbey, confesses to her friend Isabella, speaking of Ann Radcliffe’s Gothic masterpiece The Mysteries of Udolpho.