Northanger Abbey

Watercolor Illustrations by C.E. Brock

Thanks to Rhonda and Heather L. for scanning these!

Title Page
At eight years old she began ~ Volume I, Chapter I (1)
"Catherine grows quite a good-looking girl" ~ Volume I, Chapter I (1)
She felt the awkwardness of having no party to join ~ Volume I, Chapter II (2)
"Well, Miss Morland...I hope you have had an agreeable ball" ~ Volume I, Chapter II (2)
Their joy on this meeting was very great ~ Volume I, Chapter IV (4)
Always arm-in-arm when they walked ~ Volume I, Chapter V (5)
Mr. John Thorpe ~ Volume I, Chapter VII (7)
The luxury of a...frightened imagination over the pages of Udolpho ~ Volume I, Chapter VII (7)
The boldness of his riding ~ Volume I, Chapter IX (9)
Mr. Allen...drinking his glass of water ~ Volume I, Chapter X (10)
Anxious attention to the weather ~ Volume I, Chapter XI (11)
"Pray, pray stop, Mr. Thorpe!" ~ Volume I, Chapter XI (11)
They would not go without her ~ Volume I, Chapter XIII (13)
Making her one of the most graceful bows ~ Volume I, Chapter XIII (13)
"A famous good thing, this marrying scheme" ~ Volume I, Chapter XV (15)
Still sitting with Captain Tilney ~ Volume II, Chapter III (18)
"Can you stand such a ceremony as this?" ~ Volume II, Chapter V (20)
"It was my mother's favourite walk" ~ Volume II, Chapter VII (22)
It was the air and attitude of a Montoni! ~ Volume II, Chapter VIII (23)
"Good God! How came you up this staircase?" ~ Volume II, Chapter IX (24)
A charming game with a litter of puppies. ~ Volume II, Chapter XI (26) Mr. Henry Tilney ~ Volume II, Chapter XV (30)
Mr. and Mrs. Morland's surprise...was considerable ~ Volume II, Chapter XVI (31)

Tinted line drawings by H.M. Brock

Thanks to Cinthia for scanning these!

Book Cover
Title Page
Always arm-in-arm when they walked ~ Volume I, Chapter V (5)
"Make haste! Make haste!" ~ Volume I, Chapter XI (11)
The General attended her himself to the street door ~ Volume I, Chapter XIII (13)
Henry drove so well ~ Volume II, Chapter V (20)
The kitchen-garden was to be next admired ~ Volume II, Chapter VII (22)
He immediately rose ~ Volume II, Chapter XV (30)

Line Drawings by Hugh Thomson

Thanks to Laura Diann for scanning these!

"Catherine grows quite a good-looking girl" ~ Volume I, Chapter I (1)
"What an odd gown she has got on!" ~ Volume I, Chapter II (2)
"Pinned up each other's train for the dance" ~ Volume I, Chapter V (5)
"I beg your pardon, Miss Morland" ~ Volume I, Chapter VIII (8)
Off they went, with out a plunge or a caper ~ Volume I, Chapter IX (9)
"Rid out this morning with my father" ~ Volume I, Chapter X (10)
The same kind of delicate flattery ~ Volume I, Chapter XII (12)
"Let me go, Mr. Thorpe" ~ Volume I, Chapter XIII (13)
The three villains in horsemen's great coats ~ Volume II, Chapter I (16)
"The edge of a blooming cheek is still in view" ~ Volume II, Chapter III (18)
They all attended in the hall to see him mount ~ Volume II, Chapter VII (22)
"Mr. Tilney!" she exclaimed ~ Volume II, Chapter IX (24)
Henry and the friends of his solitude ~ Volume II, Chapter XI (26)
Happy the voice that proclaimed the discovery! ~ Volume II, Chapter XIV (29)
It was some time before she could find what she looked for ~ Volume II, Chapter XV (30)
They always looked another way ~ Volume II, Chapter XVI (31)

Artist Unknown, 1833 Bentley Edition of Jane Austen's Novels

Many thanks to Laurel Ann for sending us these pictures!

Catherine scaring herself with Udolpho

Henry finds Catherine outside his mother's room (Da Man has entered the building!)

Other illustrations at Solitary Elegance