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When Henry returned to Northanger, his father informed him of what had occurred and forbade him to think of Catherine again. The Mysteries of Udolpho.
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Thorpe’s son John is ve a friend of Catherine’s older brother, James, at Oxford where they are both students. Just like his sister, Isabella Thorpe, John is an arrogant and boastful young man.
James writes to inform her that he has broken off his engagement to Isabella and that she has become engaged instead to Captain Tilney.
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This article is about the novel. Northanger Abbey Northanger Abbey A abadia de northanger Barros marked it as to-read Jan 09, In discussions featuring Isabella, the Thorpe sisters, Eleanor, and Henry, and by Catherine perusing the library of the General, and her mother’s books on instructions on behaviours, the reader gains further insights into Austen’s various perspectives on novels in contrast with other popular literature of the time especially the Gothic novel.
In London, General Tilney ran into Thorpe again, who, angry and petty at Catherine’s refusal a abadia de northanger his half-made proposal of marriage, said instead that she was nearly destitute.
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