Northanger Abbey [Special Illustrated Edition] [Annotated with Literary History And Criticism ] [Free Audio Links]

Northanger Abbey was once the 1st of Jane Austen's novels to be accomplished for book, notwithstanding she had formerly made a begin on experience and Sensibility and satisfaction and Prejudice. in keeping with Cassandra Austen's Memorandum, Susan (as it used to be first known as) used to be written nearly in the course of 1798–99. It was once revised via Austen for the click in 1803, and bought within the similar yr for £10 to a London bookseller, Crosby & Co., who made up our minds opposed to publishing. In 1817, the bookseller was once content material to promote it again to the novelist's brother, Henry Austen, for the precise sum — £10 — that he had paid for it in the beginning, no longer realizing that the author was once via then the writer of 4 well known novels. the radical was once extra revised ahead of being introduced out posthumously in overdue December 1817 (1818 given at the title-page), because the first volumes of a four-volume set with Persuasion.


Film, television or theatrical adaptations

The A&E community and the BBC published the tv model Northanger Abbey in 1986.
An model of Northanger Abbey with screenplay by way of Andrew Davies, was once proven on ITV on 25 March 2007 as a part of their "Jane Austen Season". This edition aired on PBS within the usa as a part of the "Complete Jane Austen" on Masterpiece vintage in January 2008.
"Pup Fiction" – an episode of Wishbone that includes the plot and characters of Austen's Northanger Abbey.


In 2012, it was once introduced that HarperCollins had employed Scottish crime author Val McDermid to conform Northanger Abbey for a latest viewers, as a suspenseful youngster mystery. McDermid acknowledged of the venture, "At its center it is a teenager novel, and a satire - that is anything which inserts rather well with modern fiction. and you may feel a shiver of worry relocating via it. i'll be protecting the suspense – i understand how to maintain the reader at the fringe of their seat. i feel Jane Austen builds suspense good in a number of areas, yet she squanders it, and she or he will get to the endgame too quick. So i'll be engaged on these things."

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