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Northanger Abbey: Catherine's Coming of Age

Essential Question #3: What does it mean to “come of age”? What does it mean to “grow up”?

Out of all the characters in Northanger Abbey… 236 more words

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The essential question I will be reflecting on today is: “What does evil look like? Would you recognize it if you encountered it? What would you define as acts of evil? 292 more words

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“What one means one day, you know, one may not mean the next. Circumstances change, opinions alter.”

(Isabella Thorpe, to Catherine Morland)

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“To come with a well-informed mind is to come with an inability of administering to the vanity of others, which a sensible person would always wish to avoid.

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“Friendship is certainly the finest balm for the pangs of disappointed love.”

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“No young lady can be justified in falling in love before the gentleman’s love is declared, it must be very improper that a young lady should dream of a gentleman before the gentleman is first known to have dreamt of her.”

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Northanger Abbey: Volume 2, Chapters 10-12

I mostly liked Chapters 10 to 12 of Northanger Abbey. I particularly enjoyed how Catherine has changed and grown. For example, Catherine hinted to Henry and Eleanor about Isabella and Captain Tilney’s engagement in Chapter 10. 156 more words