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Northanger Abbey (NHB Modern Plays) (Adaptation) Paperback – 25 Feb 2005
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one big, beautiful, bright frolic. In dire need of a romantic comedy to stage? Northanger Abbey will sate your craving. --Chicagotheatrebeat
Tim Luscombe's adaptation of Northanger Abbey is an absolute delight...witty, fast moving and stylish...The masterstroke of this version is actually interweaving the Gothic tale of Udolpho into the storyline with actors taking on their fictional characters. So Catherine, on first seeing Henry, sees the dashing Valancourt. Of course, love must follow. --Salisbury Journal
Tim Luscombe's devilishly good stage adaptation of the Jane Austen novel. Dazzling. --Chicago Times
Full credit to adaptor and director Tim Luscombe for avoiding the more obvious titles and staging an earlier work that transfers more felicitously to the stage. --Guardian
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
27 January 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
Great book for any who are "Jane" lovers to read.
This play wants an audience!
11 June 2009 - Published on Amazon.com
This play adapts the novel Northanger Abbey. The plot improves on Austen with Emily, Montini, and other parts of the Mysteries of Udolpho. The scenery changes livened Austen's prose. The weddings at the end claimed Jane as the author.