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Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen, 1817 (Book Review # 2)

I Love Jane Austen as a person in general and the fact that I admire her courage to write at her time, considering her situation, puts me in a harder position in reviewing her work. 53 more words

Jeyran Main

It's MY Northanger Abbey, not yours!

Ever feel such a connection to one of Jane’s books that you’re possessive? Yeah, me too. You see, Northanger Abbey is my favorite and no one will ever love it as much as I do. 701 more words


Jane Austen Week: Northanger Abbey

Hamlette is hosting a Jane Austen week, where lots of bloggers are posting on one of our favorite authors. There are discussions of her books and the various adaptations they’ve spawned in film and further. 1,228 more words

When Writing A Book Review Goes Wrong

Crying, the only expression my face held back.
I just wanted and needed to cry.
Cry because after spending two days working,
On a book review of Northanger Abbey that cried… 40 more words


Austen Writes Romance- Broken Hearts

Welcome to the second post in a series on Austen Writes Romance! The first post was on Austen Authors. I will be discussing plot points of Austen’s works, so there will be SPOILERS. 2,032 more words

Pride And Prejudice

Six Degrees of Separation - From Groff to...

Chain links…

Six Degrees of Separation is a monthly meme hosted by Books Are My Favourite and Best. The idea is to start with the book that Kate gives us and then create a chain of six books, each suggested by the one before… 922 more words

Book Review

NORTHANGER ABBEY Theatre Royal, Bury st Edmunds, & touring


It was a young Jane Austen who wrote this wonderful squib of a novel, and its delight is in the absurdities and agonies of youth: credulous excitement at Gothic-medieval thrillers, a yearning for love and an agonizing propensity to embarrass yourself socially. 363 more words