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  1. Mar 30, 2015 · What Do We Know of Catherine Morland and the Tilneys in Jane Austen’s “Northanger Abbey”, by Regina Jeffers Posted on March 30, 2015 by Regina Jeffers • 59 Comments Much of the description of the Abbey and of the Tilneys comes to us from Austen’s heroine, Catherine Morland .

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  2. [Catherine Morland:] "But they are such very different things! --" [Henry Tilney:] "-- That you think they cannot be compared together." [Catherine Morland:] "To be sure not. People that marry can never part, but must go and keep house together. People that dance only stand opposite each other in a long room for half an hour." [Henry Tilney:]

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  4. Apr 16, 2019 · Jane Austen - Catherine Morland ... la soeur du charmant Henry Tilney. Lorsque les Tilney lui proposent de séjourner chez eux à Northanger Abbey, celle-ci est aux ...

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  5. Sep 13, 2019 · The only one to have been called a heroine in Jane Austen’s books, Catherine Morland’s coming of age begins when she leaves her hometown for Bath, closely following Jane Austen’s coming of age trope. Catherine is an ordinary seventeen-year-old who finds herself infatuated with Gothic novels.

  6. The Narrator on Catherine Morland, Northanger Abbey, Chapter 20. Here’s the fangirl romantic tip of the week. Put a man in a greatcoat and half the room sighs. Jane Austen knew this and used it to her advantage, building Catherine Morland’s admiration and our confidence in her hero Henry Tilney.

  7. Left column, from top: Katharine Schlesinger (Catherine Morland) and Peter Firth (Henry Tilney) in the 1987 version; Bentley Mitchum (Ricky Chambers) and Ashley Judd (Ruby Lee Gissing) in Ruby in Paradise; Felicity Jones (Catherine Morland) and Hugh O’Conor (James Morland) in the 2007 adaptation; Catherine Walker (Eleanor Tilney) and JJ Feild (Henry Tilney) in the 2007 version; Amy Acker ...