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AUSTEN: Northanger Abbey

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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...
Item number NA742712
Barcode 9789626344279
Release date 01/07/2006
Label Naxos AudioBooks
Media type CD
Number of units 7
Artists Juliet Stevenson
Disc: 1
Northanger Abbey
1 Chapter 1: No one who had ever seen Catherine Morl
2 Mrs. Morland was a very good woman...
3 Chapter 2: In addition to what has been already sa
4 It is now expedient to give some description of Mr
5 They were not long able, however, to enjoy the rep
6 After some time they received an offer of tea...
7 Chapter 3: Every morning now brought its regular d
8 ‘Shall I tell you what you ought to say?’
9 Mrs. Allen was quite struck by his genius
10 Chapter 4: With more than usual eagerness...
11 The Miss Thorpes were introduced...
12 Chapter 5: Catherine was not so much engaged at th
13 The progress of the friendship between Catherine a
14 Chapter 6: The following conversation, which took
15 ‘Oh, dear!’ cried Catherine, colouring
16 Catherine, in some amazement, complied...
17 Chapter 7: Half a minute conducted them through...
18 ‘You have lost an hour,’ said Morland...
19 This brought on a dialogue of civilities...
20 These manners did not please Catherine...
Disc: 2
Northanger Abbey
1 Chapter 8: In spite of Udolpho and the dressmaker,
2 Mr. Tilney and his companion, who continued, thoug
3 Miss Tilney had a good figure, a pretty face...
4 In this commonplace chatter which lasted some time
5 Chapter 9: The progress of Catherine’s unhappiness
6 Catherine followed her orders and turned away...
7 Thorpe’s ideas then all reverted to the merits...
8 When they arrived at Mrs. Allen’s door...
9 Chapter 10: The Allens, Thorpes, and Morlands all
10 Catherine’s resolution of endeavouring to meet Mis
11 She went home very happy
12 Catherine had neither time nor inclination to answ
13 This was the last sentence by which he could weary
14 ‘Now you have given me a security worth having...’
15 Soon after their reaching the bottom of the set...
Disc: 3
Northanger Abbey
1 Chapter 11: The morrow brought a very sober-lookin
2 It was too dirty for Mrs. Allen to accompany her h
3 Catherine’s feelings as she got into the carriage.
4 Their drive, even when this subject was over...
5 As she entered the house, the footman told her...
6 Chapter 12: ‘Mrs. Allen,’ said Catherine the next
7 The play concluded – the curtain fell – Henry Tiln
8 While talking to each other, she had observed...
9 Chapter 13: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday..
10 Catherine thought this reproach equally strange...
11 Isabella’s countenance was once more all smiles...
12 The affair thus happily settled, she was introduce
13 Mr. Allen caught at it directly
14 Chapter 14: The next morning was fair...
15 ‘Henry,’ said Miss Tilney, ‘you are very impertine
16 Catherine assented – and a very warm panegyric fro
17 The ladies stared. He laughed and added...
18 It was no effort to Catherine to believe...
Disc: 4
Northanger Abbey
1 Chapter 15: Early the next day, a note from Isabel
2 This bold surmise, however, she soon learnt...
3 This charming sentiment, recommended as much...
4 Catherine was with her friend again the next day..
5 ‘Then why do you stay away so long?’ replied Cathe
6 Chapter 16: Catherine’s expectations of pleasure..
7 Isabella’s opinion of the Tilneys did not influenc
8 ‘Your brother will not mind it, I know,’ said she.
9 The friends were not able to get together...
10 ‘It is very charming indeed,’ said Isabella...
11 Chapter 17: The Allens had now entered on the sixt
12 The circumstances of the morning had led Catherine
13 Chapter 18: With a mind thus full of happiness...
14 Catherine, with all the earnestness of truth...
15 Catherine, looking up, perceived Captain Tilney…
16 Chapter 19: A few days passed away...
17 Catherine blushed for her friend, and said...
Disc: 5
Northanger Abbey
1 Chapter 20: Mr. and Mrs. Allen were sorry to lose.
2 The bustle of going was not pleasant
3 ‘But how can that be?’ said Catherine
4 ‘Nothing further to alarm perhaps may occur the fi
5 As they drew near the end of their journey...
6 Chapter 21: A moment’s glance was enough to satisf
7 She was gazing on it with the first blush of surpr
8 The night was stormy; the wind had been rising at
9 In short, she could not sleep till she had examine
10 The dimness of the light her candle emitted made h
11 Chapter 22: The housemaid’s folding back...
12 She got away as soon as she could from a room...
13 Shortly after breakfast Henry left them for Woodst
14 The kitchen-garden was to be next admired...
15 Catherine had never heard Mrs. Tilney mentioned...
16 Chapter 23: An hour passed away before the general
17 With the walls of the kitchen ended all the antiqu
18 The gallery was terminated by folding doors...
19 After an evening, the little variety and seeming l
Disc: 6
Northanger Abbey
1 Chapter 24: The next day afforded no opportunity..
2 Her agitation as they entered the gallery was too
3 It was done; and Catherine found herself alone...
4 She could not contradict it, and therefore suffere
5 Chapter 25: The visions of romance were over
6 Her mind made up on these several points...
7 Catherine had not read three lines before her sudd
8 He gladly received the letter, and, having read it
9 Chapter 26: From this time, the subject was freque
10 ‘And when do you think, sir, I may look forward...
11 From Saturday to Wednesday, however, they were now
12 The room in question was of a commodious, well-pro
13 Chapter 27: The next morning brought the following
14 Such a strain of shallow artifice could not impose
Disc: 7
Northanger Abbey
1 Chapter 28: Soon after this, the general found him
2 Henry was not able to obey his father’s injunction
3 A new idea now darted into Catherine’s mind...
4 It was with pain that Catherine could speak at all
5 Soon after six Eleanor entered her room...
6 Chapter 29: Catherine was too wretched to be fearf
7 With these feelings, she rather dreaded than sough
8 Reluctantly, and with much hesitation, did she the
9 As soon as breakfast was over, she sat down to ful
10 She was received by the Allens with all the kindne
11 Chapter 30: Catherine’s disposition was not natura
12 Catherine said no more, and, with an endeavour to
13 A very short visit to Mrs. Allen, in which Henry t
14 Catherine herself could not be more ignorant at th
15 Chapter 31: Mr. and Mrs. Morland’s surprise...
16 The marriage of Eleanor Tilney, her removal from a
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