Miss Eleanor Tilney: or, The Reluctant Heroine

Miss Eleanor Tilney or The Reluctant Heroine Eleanor Tilney is little than a plot device in Jane Austen s tale whose first half scintillates so brightly but whose second half hints at the brilliance to come This reimagining attempts to bring l

Miss Eleanor Tilney or, The Reluctant Heroine Kindle Miss Eleanor Tilney or, The Reluctant Heroine Kindle edition by Sherwood Smith Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Miss Eleanor Tilney or, The Reluctant Heroine. Miss Eleanor Tilney or, The Reluctant Heroine by Sherwood An enjoyable reworking of Northanger Abbey from the point of view of Eleanor Tilney The expansion of the gentleman with the washing list into a real character is done well, and if the ending is a touch ex machina it s fine in the context of the story and the horrible General. The character of Eleanor Tilney Miss Tilney in Eleanor Tilney Miss Tilney Character Timeline in Northanger Abbey The timeline below shows where the character Eleanor Tilney Miss Tilney appears in Northanger Abbey The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance. Eleanor Tilney The Jane Austen Wiki Miss Eleanor Tilney, or The Reluctant Heroine Ione Oh, Miss Tilney, I am so glad to have it all explained, and everyone in agreement, exclaimed Miss Morland And I had looked forward to the walk so very much Please, let us try again let us try tomorrow Very well, Eleanor said, seeing her brother s smile. Eleanor Tilney in Northanger Abbey Shmoop Eleanor Tilney is arguably the most serious character in the book, on two levels On the one hand, she is serious in terms of personality She s polite and earnest and maybe just a little boring. Customer reviews Miss Eleanor Tilney or, The Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Miss Eleanor Tilney or, The Reluctant Heroine at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Northanger Abbey Characters from LitCharts The creators The mother of Frederick, Henry, and Eleanor, Mrs Tilney died nine years before the action of the novel Catherine preposterously suspects her husband, General Tilney, of having killed Mrs Tilney. Henry Tilney Miss Eleanor Tilney Captain Frederick Tilney Henry Tilney is the leading man in Jane Austen s novel Northanger Abbey The younger son of a local landowner, Tilney is comfortably placed as a beneficed clergyman on his father s estate.

  • Title: Miss Eleanor Tilney: or, The Reluctant Heroine
  • Author: Sherwood Smith
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Eleanor Tilney is little than a plot device in Jane Austen s tale, whose first half scintillates so brightly, but whose second half hints at the brilliance to come This reimagining attempts to bring life, color, and a little laughter to that second half Eleanor gets a voice, and a romance, as we see Catherine through hers and Henry s eyes.

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    1. Written for fun, as stress relief, and to exist in the world of Northanger Abbey. All these years I wondered about Eleanor's story, so I decided to give her one.

    2. This is an interesting idea for a novella and I loved learning more about Henry and Eleanor, but it felt very rushed.

    3. I enjoyed this very much! Eleanor Tilney, whom I adore, gets to be a heroine herself in this literate and charming story. And being #TeamTilney I am pleased to report that Henry Tilney is as delightful as he ought to be (and so is his charming future wife). Recommended to all those who love Northanger Abbey.

    4. An enjoyable reworking of "Northanger Abbey" from the point of view of Eleanor Tilney. The expansion of the gentleman with the washing list into a real character is done well, and if the ending is a touch ex machina it's fine in the context of the story and the horrible General. It was fun to note where key passages of the novel take place, sometimes without this heroine having any idea.There were a few typos and some US usage which jarred in a novel so closely linked to Austen, but it was an en [...]

    5. Delightful read; Lovely characters, charm and wit aplenty. If you are a fan of The Great British Bake Off, then you will want to read this book for the same lively yet steady rain of pure English countryside satisfaction that will settle into your bones. Have a pot of tea and some cakes at the ready and settle in for a read that will leave you wanting more!

    6. If you like Jane Austen, you will like this novel which is basically fanfic written by a successful commercial author around a side character in the novel Northanger Abbey.If you *love* Northanger Abbey, then you will love this novel.

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