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Written by Reeba
(4/23/2006 6:42 a.m.)
Her feelings on her first and last nights;
On her last night
Ch28;; - Sleep, or repose that deserved the name of sleep, was out of the question.
Ch 21 – She could have neither repose nor comfort.
Ch 28; - That room, in […]was again the scene of agitated spirits and unquiet slumbers.
Yet how different now the source of her inquietude from what it had been then — how mournfully superior in reality and substance! Her anxiety had foundation in fact, her fears in probability; and with a mind so occupied in the contemplation of actual and natural evil, the solitude of her situation, the darkness of her chamber, the antiquity of the building, were felt and considered without the smallest emotion; and though the wind was high, and often produced strange and sudden noises throughout the house, she heard it all as she lay awake, hour after hour, without curiosity or terror.
Catherine’s cure is complete.
A parallel with 'Udolpho'.
Here the General shows an absolute similarity to that horrible Montoni.
So, is all unreal in a ‘gothic’ novel?
Is this supposed to be a parody?
But JA has the last laugh by conveying Catherine safely to Fullerton. :-D
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