Northanger Abbey: An Annotated Edition

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The Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press continues its stellar collection of gorgeous, oversized editions with a new annotated version of Jane Austen s 1817 novel Northanger Abbey. Princeton University English professor Susan Wolfson does the annotating honors this time, filling page after page with her lively and freakishly comprehensive marginalia Her Introduction is fast-paced and insightful The quality of the annotations themselves is universally excellent...No matter how many times you ve read Northanger Abbey, Wolfson will teach you something, and many of the connections she draws are fascinating.--Steve Donoghue"Open Letters Monthly" (04/17/2014)"

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Northanger Abbey", least known of Jane Austen s novels, offers some of her wittiest lines and most personal opinions. Susan Wolfson s cogent and spirited introduction and her notes, acute and thorough, make this an edition every Austen enthusiast will learn from and enjoy.--Claire Tomalin, author of "Jane Austen: A Life""

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