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  • '''Northanger Abbey''' is [[Jane Austen]]'s shortest major novel. She started writing it in 179 ...In the morning they prove to be no more than laundry lists. In Northanger Abbey is a group of unvisited rooms which were used by General Tilney's wife, who
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  • '''Northanger Abbey''' is [[Jane Austen]]'s shortest major novel. She started writing it in 179 ...In the morning they prove to be no more than laundry lists. In Northanger Abbey is a group of unvisited rooms which were used by General Tilney's wife, who
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  • ...hem in [[Northanger Abbey]], as did [[Thomas Love Peacock]] in ''Nightmare Abbey''. Among the key writers in the genre was [[Ann Radcliffe]]. ''Frankenstein * [[Regina Maria Roche]], ''The Children of the Abbey'' (1796) and ''Clermont'' (1798)
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  • * ''[[Northanger Abbey]]'' (1817) (posthumous)
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  • ...he was buried in the [[Poets' Corner | Poets’ Corner]] of [[Westminster Abbey]] in a small private ceremony with only a few family and closest friends. T ...it had already become a bit of a joke — [[Jane Austen]]'s ''[[Northanger Abbey]]'' being a well known parody — and while some are grotesques, their ecce
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