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  1. Mar 30, 2015 · Henry Tilney: Your imagination may be overactive, but your instinct was true. Our mother did suffer grievously and at the hands of our father. Do you remember I spoke of a kind of vampirism? Catherine Morland: Yes. Henry Tilney: Perhaps it was stupid to express it so, but we did watch him drain the life out of her with his coldness and his cruelty.

    • Regina Jeffers
  2. Catherine Morland : [voiceover] The Voice of Jane Austen : To begin perfect happiness at the respective ages of 26 and 18 is to do pretty well. Catherine and Henry were married, and in due course the joys of wedding gave way to the blessing of a christening.

  3. Henry Tilney (Mr. Tilney) Character Analysis. Henry Tilney (Mr. Tilney) Henry Tilney is the second son of General Tilney and is Catherine Morland ’s love interest. Like Catherine’s father, he works as a parson in a rural community. He is witty, charming, and perceptive, with a much larger frame of reference and experience than Catherine has ...

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  5. Catherine Morland Character Analysis. Catherine Morland. A seventeen-year-old raised in a rural parsonage with nine brothers and sisters, Catherine Morland is open, honest, and naïve about the hypocritical ways of society. Her family is neither rich nor poor, and she is unaware of how much stock many people put in wealth and rank.

  6. Welcome to the thread for the relationship between Henry Tilney & Catherine Morland from Jane Austen's novel Northanger Abbey. JJ Feild & Felicity Jones starred as Henry & Catherine in the recent ITV/PBS adaptation. We can discuss both the novel characters and the screen versions here.

  7. Dec 17, 2017 · Though Henry Tilney was one of Austen’s earlier creations and Northanger Abbey was completed in 1803, it wasn’t published until after Austen’s death in 1817 alongside Persuasion.All of ...

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