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Northanger Abbey
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4 / 5
Disapointed
March 10th, 2015
I am kind of disappointed. All the glowing reviews and the fact that she's still popular and I finally read one of her works and it falls flat.
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Excellent character study
December 27th, 2014
Jane Austen is one of the best character makers in Literature. The characters have the most happy and well rounded delineation possible. The book is amusing and witty, suffused with apt observations of social situations and human nature. Best of all is the subtle yet very apparent mockery of the got hic form of fiction in Austen ' s time which stirred the imagination of the young and led them to form irrational conclusions to every rational incident!
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Northanger Abbey
October 31st, 2014
Not as good as Pride and Prejudice or Sense and Sensibility, but still a great read.
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5 ★
May 14th, 2014
Encapsulating, riviting, hilarious. Austin projects selfishness and egocentrincity so prudently that my own life pales in comparison.
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Nawwww :)
April 23rd, 2014
Relatively short and unintricate little Austen :) Quite nice :)
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Northanger Abbey
September 16th, 2013
A pleasant book to while away a few hours. I enjoy her gentle humour very much.
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Good read
June 12th, 2013
I really enjoyed it but it was a little hard to read. I teaches you to enjoy entertianment like books and movies but you must seporate life from fiction. You could get caught up in a world of confusion and or hurt living though a pretend world..... Real life doesn't work that way.
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A new love
February 26th, 2013
This was the only Austin I had not read before and I am kicking myself for not picking this up sooner. This is by far the superior of all her books. My literary crush may have shifted from the broody introvert Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy to the very smart and droll Mr. Henry Tilney.
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