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AUSTEN, J.: Northanger Abbey (Unabridged)


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Category: Classic Fiction
Author(s):
Austen, Jane
Catalogue No.: NA742712
ISBN No.: 9789626344279
Total Playing Time: 08:16:13

Track Details

Disc 1

Austen, Jane - author(s)

Northanger Abbey 08:16:13
1 Chapter 1: No one who had ever seen Catherine Morland… 00:04:57
2 Mrs. Morland was a very good woman... 00:04:03
3 Chapter 2: In addition to what has been already said... 00:03:57
4 It is now expedient to give some description of Mrs. Allen... 00:04:18
5 They were not long able, however, to enjoy the repose... 00:03:10
6 After some time they received an offer of tea... 00:02:32
7 Chapter 3: Every morning now brought its regular duties... 00:03:51
8 ‘Shall I tell you what you ought to say?` 00:03:18
9 Mrs. Allen was quite struck by his genius 00:03:55
10 Chapter 4: With more than usual eagerness... 00:03:50
11 The Miss Thorpes were introduced... 00:04:20
12 Chapter 5: Catherine was not so much engaged at the theatre... 00:04:11
13 The progress of the friendship between Catherine and Isabella... 00:03:51
14 Chapter 6: The following conversation, which took place... 00:04:13
15 ‘Oh, dear!` cried Catherine, colouring 00:04:13
16 Catherine, in some amazement, complied... 00:02:17
17 Chapter 7: Half a minute conducted them through... 00:04:09
18 ‘You have lost an hour,` said Morland... 00:05:25
19 This brought on a dialogue of civilities... 00:03:37
20 These manners did not please Catherine... 00:04:37

Disc 2

Austen, Jane - author(s)

Northanger Abbey 08:16:13
1 Chapter 8: In spite of Udolpho and the dressmaker, however... 00:04:18
2 Mr. Tilney and his companion, who continued, though slowly... 00:04:21
3 Miss Tilney had a good figure, a pretty face... 00:03:31
4 In this commonplace chatter which lasted some time... 00:04:56
5 Chapter 9: The progress of Catherine`s unhappiness... 00:04:51
6 Catherine followed her orders and turned away... 00:05:13
7 Thorpe`s ideas then all reverted to the merits... 00:05:24
8 When they arrived at Mrs. Allen`s door... 00:05:02
9 Chapter 10: The Allens, Thorpes, and Morlands all met... 00:02:56
10 Catherine`s resolution of endeavouring to meet Miss Tilney... 00:04:25
11 She went home very happy 00:03:17
12 Catherine had neither time nor inclination to answer 00:03:01
13 This was the last sentence by which he could weary... 00:03:58
14 ‘Now you have given me a security worth having...` 00:03:27
15 Soon after their reaching the bottom of the set... 00:02:42

Disc 3

Austen, Jane - author(s)

Northanger Abbey 08:16:13
1 Chapter 11: The morrow brought a very sober-looking... 00:04:07
2 It was too dirty for Mrs. Allen to accompany her husband... 00:05:13
3 Catherine`s feelings as she got into the carriage... 00:03:32
4 Their drive, even when this subject was over... 00:02:56
5 As she entered the house, the footman told her... 00:03:09
6 Chapter 12: ‘Mrs. Allen,` said Catherine the next morning... 00:05:19
7 The play concluded – the curtain fell – Henry Tilney... 00:04:09
8 While talking to each other, she had observed... 00:03:14
9 Chapter 13: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday... 00:03:50
10 Catherine thought this reproach equally strange... 00:03:58
11 Isabella`s countenance was once more all smiles... 00:04:46
12 The affair thus happily settled, she was introduced... 00:02:49
13 Mr. Allen caught at it directly 00:04:03
14 Chapter 14: The next morning was fair... 00:03:51
15 ‘Henry,` said Miss Tilney, ‘you are very impertinent...` 00:05:40
16 Catherine assented – and a very warm panegyric from her 00:04:38
17 The ladies stared. He laughed and added... 00:03:31
18 It was no effort to Catherine to believe... 00:03:06

Disc 4

Austen, Jane - author(s)

Northanger Abbey 08:16:13
1 Chapter 15: Early the next day, a note from Isabella... 00:03:34
2 This bold surmise, however, she soon learnt... 00:04:31
3 This charming sentiment, recommended as much... 00:03:34
4 Catherine was with her friend again the next day... 00:04:29
5 ‘Then why do you stay away so long?` replied Catherine... 00:04:13
6 Chapter 16: Catherine`s expectations of pleasure... 00:04:13
7 Isabella`s opinion of the Tilneys did not influence her friend... 00:03:01
8 ‘Your brother will not mind it, I know,` said she... 00:03:42
9 The friends were not able to get together... 00:03:12
10 ‘It is very charming indeed,` said Isabella... 00:03:30
11 Chapter 17: The Allens had now entered on the sixth week... 00:05:27
12 The circumstances of the morning had led Catherine`s feelings... 00:03:36
13 Chapter 18: With a mind thus full of happiness... 00:03:29
14 Catherine, with all the earnestness of truth... 00:05:51
15 Catherine, looking up, perceived Captain Tilney… 00:04:00
16 Chapter 19: A few days passed away... 00:04:40
17 Catherine blushed for her friend, and said... 00:05:10

Disc 5

Austen, Jane - author(s)

Northanger Abbey 08:16:13
1 Chapter 20: Mr. and Mrs. Allen were sorry to lose... 00:02:59
2 The bustle of going was not pleasant 00:04:25
3 ‘But how can that be?` said Catherine 00:04:02
4 ‘Nothing further to alarm perhaps may occur the first night.` 00:03:52
5 As they drew near the end of their journey... 00:04:29
6 Chapter 21: A moment`s glance was enough to satisfy... 00:04:20
7 She was gazing on it with the first blush of surprise... 00:03:46
8 The night was stormy; the wind had been rising at intervals... 00:04:20
9 In short, she could not sleep till she had examined it 00:03:37
10 The dimness of the light her candle emitted made her turn... 00:03:14
11 Chapter 22: The housemaid`s folding back... 00:04:08
12 She got away as soon as she could from a room... 00:03:37
13 Shortly after breakfast Henry left them for Woodston... 00:05:37
14 The kitchen-garden was to be next admired... 00:03:56
15 Catherine had never heard Mrs. Tilney mentioned... 00:04:42
16 Chapter 23: An hour passed away before the general... 00:04:18
17 With the walls of the kitchen ended all the antiquity... 00:03:29
18 The gallery was terminated by folding doors... 00:04:30
19 After an evening, the little variety and seeming length... 00:04:40

Disc 6

Austen, Jane - author(s)

Northanger Abbey 08:16:13
1 Chapter 24: The next day afforded no opportunity... 00:03:44
2 Her agitation as they entered the gallery was too much... 00:03:49
3 It was done; and Catherine found herself alone... 00:05:32
4 She could not contradict it, and therefore suffered herself... 00:05:51
5 Chapter 25: The visions of romance were over 00:04:29
6 Her mind made up on these several points... 00:04:37
7 Catherine had not read three lines before her sudden change... 00:05:44
8 He gladly received the letter, and, having read it... 00:05:35
9 Chapter 26: From this time, the subject was frequently... 00:03:57
10 ‘And when do you think, sir, I may look forward...` 00:04:32
11 From Saturday to Wednesday, however, they were now... 00:03:57
12 The room in question was of a commodious, well-proportioned... 00:03:41
13 Chapter 27: The next morning brought the following... 00:04:48
14 Such a strain of shallow artifice could not impose... 00:03:43

Disc 7

Austen, Jane - author(s)

Northanger Abbey 08:16:13
1 Chapter 28: Soon after this, the general found himself... 00:03:56
2 Henry was not able to obey his father`s injunction... 00:04:02
3 A new idea now darted into Catherine`s mind... 00:05:37
4 It was with pain that Catherine could speak at all... 00:04:33
5 Soon after six Eleanor entered her room... 00:05:42
6 Chapter 29: Catherine was too wretched to be fearful 00:04:49
7 With these feelings, she rather dreaded than sought... 00:03:41
8 Reluctantly, and with much hesitation, did she then begin... 00:03:49
9 As soon as breakfast was over, she sat down to fulfil... 00:04:34
10 She was received by the Allens with all the kindness... 00:04:52
11 Chapter 30: Catherine`s disposition was not naturally... 00:02:51
12 Catherine said no more, and, with an endeavour to do right... 00:05:30
13 A very short visit to Mrs. Allen, in which Henry talked... 00:04:47
14 Catherine herself could not be more ignorant at the time... 00:05:16
15 Chapter 31: Mr. and Mrs. Morland`s surprise... 00:04:06
16 The marriage of Eleanor Tilney, her removal from all the evils... 00:03:59