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Northanger Abbey - Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary

Catherine once again makes plans to go walking with Eleanor and Henry. As before, Isabella, James, and John demand instead that she go driving with them. She declines even as all three harangue her with considerable force. Isabella becomes mildly abusive and John delivers his usual vacant bluster, but Catherine remains resolute to her prior engagement. While James and Isabella continue to argue with Catherine, John brazenly walks off. When he returns a several minutes later he announces that he has just spoken with Eleanor and canceled Catherine's engagement. Catherine is flabbergasted at his audacity and immediately departs to the Tilney's amidst declarations that she is obstinate and peculiar. Eleanor receives Catherine's explanation with obvious relief. Later that evening, Mrs. and Mr. Allen both express disapproval of the Thorpes' behavior and urge Catherine to distance herself from them.

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