History Literature / NorthangerAbbey

24th Jun '16 9:16:35 AM k410ren
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** [[spoiler:John Thorpe for Catherine. He's not much of one though; Catherine perceived him as a {{Jerkass}} from day one.]]

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** [[spoiler:John Thorpe for Catherine. He's not much of one though; Catherine perceived him as a {{Jerkass}} from day one.one and was never truly interested in him in the first place, only doing things with him because he was James's friend and Isabella's brother.]]
14th Jun '16 1:16:04 AM PaulA
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* RomanticFalseLead:
** [[spoiler:Isabella Thorpe for James Morland.]]
** [[spoiler:John Thorpe for Catherine. He's not much of one though; Catherine perceived him as a {{Jerkass}} from day one.]]
1st Jun '16 7:39:02 PM k410ren
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* BadassBaritone: Henry Tilney and John Thorpe have deep, resonant voices in the ITV version.

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* BadassBaritone: Henry Tilney and John Thorpe have deep, resonant voices in the ITV version. Since Thorpe is evil, he qualifies for EvilSoundsDeep.
* BlondBrunetteRedhead: Isabella Thorpe, Catherine Morland and Eleanor Tilney in the ITV version.



** Catherine and the Allens getting ambushed on the way to Bath and Mr. Allen fights the ruffians before getting stabbed in the back.

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** Catherine and the Allens getting ambushed on the way to Bath and Mr. Allen fights the ruffians with his crutches before getting stabbed in the back.


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* NamedByTheAdaptation: The young man Eleanor is in love with is named Edward in the ITV version.


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* ParentalMarriageVeto: In the ITV version, aside from the General putting his foot down on Catherine and Henry, Henry mentions that the General has refused to sanction Eleanor's marriage to Edward, the young man she loves, because Edward is only a second son. When Catherine asks what would he do if the girl he falls in love with does not come with a fortune attached, Henry replies that "it would be a stern test of my character."
23rd May '16 12:19:30 PM Morgenthaler
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* BlondesAreEvil: Isabella Thorpe in the ITV version, contrasting with the auburn-haired Eleanor and dark-haired Catherine.
* BlondGuysAreEvil: John Thorpe in the ITV version, in contrast to the dark haired Henry.
13th May '16 5:22:57 AM Solle
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The fourth of ten children, and eldest daughter, 17-year-old Catherine Morland is a {{Tomboy}} grown into a major GothicNovel fan girl. She's become so involved in reading that she fancies herself as the heroine of such a work as ''Literature/TheMysteriesOfUdolpho''. One day, she is invited to come along with the childless Allens for a trip to the spring resort of Bath. There, she meets two families, the Thorpes and the Tilneys. The Thorpes' eldest son, the egocentric twit John, tries to woo her. However, Catherine fancies the Tilneys' second son, the gentleman Henry. Henry's father, General Tilney, invites Catherine over to the Tilneys' estate, the eponymous Northanger Abbey. There, Catherine's expectations of the world clash with bitter reality.

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The fourth of ten children, and eldest daughter, 17-year-old Catherine Morland is a {{Tomboy}} grown into a major GothicNovel fan girl.fangirl. She's become so involved in reading that she fancies herself as the heroine of such a work as ''Literature/TheMysteriesOfUdolpho''. One day, she is invited to come along with the childless Allens for a trip to the spring resort of Bath. There, she meets two families, the Thorpes and the Tilneys. The Thorpes' eldest son, the egocentric twit John, tries to woo her. However, Catherine fancies the Tilneys' second son, the gentleman Henry. Henry's father, General Tilney, invites Catherine over to the Tilneys' estate, the eponymous Northanger Abbey. There, Catherine's expectations of the world clash with bitter reality.
11th May '16 8:19:47 PM k410ren
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* SwordFight: One of Catherine's dreams features a duel between Henry Tilney and a dastardly ruffian resembling a creepy young man at the dance the previous evening, later revealed to be John Thorpe.

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* SwordFight: One of Catherine's dreams features a duel between Henry Tilney and a dastardly ruffian resembling a creepy young man at the dance the previous evening, evening. The young man is later revealed to be introduced as John Thorpe.Thorpe. This serves as foreshadowing of the young men's vying for Catherine's affections (more aggressively on Thorpe's part).
11th May '16 8:17:20 PM k410ren
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* SwordFight: One of Catherine's dreams features a duel between Henry Tilney and a dastardly ruffian, later revealed to be John Thorpe.

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* SwordFight: One of Catherine's dreams features a duel between Henry Tilney and a dastardly ruffian, ruffian resembling a creepy young man at the dance the previous evening, later revealed to be John Thorpe.
8th May '16 12:54:02 PM k410ren
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* ObviouslyEvil: John Thorpe in the ITV version, with his scarred features, deep voice, and generally creepy demeanor before Catherine meets him properly

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* ObviouslyEvil: John Thorpe in the ITV version, with his scarred features, deep voice, and generally creepy demeanor before Catherine meets him properlyproperly (he's watching her as she dances with Henry).
8th May '16 12:53:15 PM k410ren
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* BlondesAreEvil: Isabella Thorpe in the ITV version, contrasting with the auburn-haired Eleanor and dark-haired Catherine.
* BlondGuysAreEvil: John Thorpe in the ITV version, in contrast to the dark haired Henry.


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* ObviouslyEvil: John Thorpe in the ITV version, with his scarred features, deep voice, and generally creepy demeanor before Catherine meets him properly


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* SwordFight: One of Catherine's dreams features a duel between Henry Tilney and a dastardly ruffian, later revealed to be John Thorpe.
18th Apr '16 5:12:52 AM k410ren
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* BadassBaritone: Henry Tilney and John Thorpe have deep, resonant voices in the ITV version.


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* DreamSequence: Catherine has several of these in the ITV version. They go in this order:
** Catherine being given to someone.
** Catherine and the Allens getting ambushed on the way to Bath and Mr. Allen fights the ruffians before getting stabbed in the back.
** Catherine and Henry fleeing from John Thorpe and Henry dueling Thorpe.
** Catherine in a bathtub in the woods and Henry stopping by (not included in some versions).
** Catherine finding James locked in a dungeon and Isabella being tortured on a rack by Captain Tilney.
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