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MaryCatKelleher
The quoted words of Jane Austen.
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MaryCatKelleher 11h
Replying to @_SJPeace_
Poor poor swan - can't depend on humans - we live in a cruel world 😢😢
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MaryCatKelleher 16h
She saw him grave and uneasy; and however careless of his present comfort the woman might be who had given him her heart, to her it was always an object." ''Northanger Abbey' (IIiv)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 18
Do not think me such a simpleton as to be always wanting to confine him to my elbow. It would be hideous to be always together; we should be the jest of the place." ''Northanger Abbey' (IIiv) (Isabella Thorpe)
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Our very first tweet! Hello Twitter!We are Mighty Oak Productions!Our 1st ever production stages in 2 weeks time as part of the Arts Council Funded Emerging Artists Award A dark Irish fairytale set in 1990 BOOKING: 🎫
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 17
"She was to be for weeks under the same roof with the person whose society she mostly prized." ''Northanger Abbey' (IIii)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 16
Replying to @mcsullivan
🤣 As bad as she is - as a character she's enjoyable to follow, especially through the eyes of Catherine Morland, who has no idea what a minx Isabella is 🤣
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 16
"Since you make such a point of it, I must go. I can refuse you nothing. But do not insist upon my being very agreeable, for my heart, you know, will be some forty miles off." ''Northanger Abbey' (IIi) (Isabella Thorpe)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 14
"You are so like your dear brother, that I quite doated on you the first moment I saw you. But so it always is with me; the first moment settles every thing." ''Northanger Abbey' (Ixv) (Isabella Thorpe)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 14
"Where people wish to attach, they should always be ignorant. To come with a well-informed mind, is to come with an inability of administering to the vanity of others." ''Northanger Abbey' (Ixiv)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 13
"This reproach, she thought equally strange and unkind. Was it the part of a friend thus to expose her feelings to the notice of others?" ''Northanger Abbey' (Ixiii)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 12
"The stage could no longer excite genuine merriment - no longer keep her whole attention. Every other look, for the space of two entire scenes did she watch him." ''Northanger Abbey' (Ixii)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 11
I got: 9/10 A true lover of Jane Austen's novels. via
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 11
"How could you deceive me so? - I would not have had it happen so for the world - They must think it so strange; so rude of me! to go by them, too, without saying a word." ''Northanger Abbey' (Ixi) (Catherine Morland)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 10
"It would be mortifying to the feelings of many ladies, could they be made to understand how little the heart of man is affected by what is costly or new in their attire." ''Northanger Abbey' (Ix)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 9
"She knew not how to reconcile two such very different accounts of the same thing; for she had not been brought up to understand the propensities of a rattle." ''Northanger Abbey' (Iix)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 8
"This compliment, delightful as it was, produced severe mortification; and in giving her denial, she expressed her sorrow on the occasion." ''Northanger Abbey' (Iviii)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 7
"Where youth and diffidence are united, it requires uncommon steadiness of reason to resist the attraction of being called the most charming girl in the world." ''Northanger Abbey' (Ivii)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 6
"I like a sallow complexion better than any other. You must not betray me, if you should ever meet with one of your acquaintance answering that description." ''Northanger Abbey' (Ivi) (Isabella Thorpe)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 4
She was not experienced enough in the finesse of love, or the duties of friendship, to know when delicate raillery was properly called for, or when a confidence should be forced." ''Northanger Abbey' (Iv)
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MaryCatKelleher Sep 4
I got: 9/10 Not one sentiment of Jane Austen's was lost on you! via
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