NORTHANGER
ABBEY.
PERSUASION.

BY JANE
AUSTEN

LONDON, TORONTO
PARIS J·M·DENT
& SONS LTD:NEW YORK
E·P·DUTTON & CO.

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  • Northanger Abbey and Persuasion *
  • Northanger Abbey. Persuasion *
  • Introduction vii
  • Chapter I *
  • Chapter II 5
  • Chapter III 10
  • Chaper IV 15
  • Chapter V 19
  • Chapter VI 22
  • Chapter VII 27
  • Chapter VIII 35
  • Chapter IX 42
  • Chapter X 50
  • Chapter XI 61
  • Chapter XII 69
  • Chapter XIII 74
  • Chapter XIV 82
  • Chapter XV 91
  • Chapter XVI 100
  • Chapter XVII 107
  • Chapter XVIII 111
  • Chapter XIX 117
  • Chapter XX 121
  • Chapter XXI 129
  • Chapter XXII 137
  • Chapter XXIII 146
  • Chapter XXIV 152
  • Chapter XXV 160
  • Chapter XXVI 168
  • Chapter XXVII 175
  • Chapter XXVIII 178
  • Chapter XXIX 187
  • Chapter XXX 196
  • Chapter XXXI 203
  • Persuasion *
  • Chapter I *
  • Chapter II 8
  • Chapter III 13
  • Chapter IV 20
  • Chapter V 25
  • Chapter VI 34
  • Chapter VII 43
  • Chapter VIII 52
  • Chapter IX 61
  • Chapter X 68
  • Chapter XI 78
  • Chapter XII 86
  • Chapter XIII 100
  • Chapter XIV 107
  • Chapter XV 114
  • Chapter XVI 121
  • Chapter XVII 127
  • Chapter XVIII 136
  • Chapter XIX 147
  • Chapter XX 153
  • Chapter XXI 162
  • Chapter XXII 180
  • Chapter XXIII 195
  • Chapter XXIV 212
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