Welcome to Go Gothic with Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey

“but are they all horrid, are you sure they are all horrid?”

Welcome, and get ready to Go Gothic with Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey. Please join us as we investigate the humour, romance, and spooky undertones in Jane Austen’s novel Northanger Abbey, a parody on the Gothic fiction that was so popular within her lifetime. Included will be a group read of Northanger Abbey, guest bloggers, discussion on the 7 novels included in the famous Northanger Cannon, and plenty of great giveaways.

Go Gothic. You’ll never regret it!

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  4. Laurel Ann: Thanks for creating such an ingenious idea for the month of October! I look forward to more JA and NA info and resources on your wonderful blog.

    That brings back a lot of memories from my visit to Bath last winter. In honor of this occassion, I’ve brought my Bath posts to the front to show the beauty of that Georgian City where Jane spent some years.

    All the best for an exciting, Gothic month!

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