Northanger Abbey, p. 273:
Mrs. Morland addresses Catherine’s seeming dejection after the abrupt end of her visit with the Tilneys:
“. . . you are fretting about General Tilney, and that is very simple of you; for ten to one whether you ever see him again. You should never fret about trifles.” After a short silence — “I hope, my Catherine, you are not getting out of humor with home because it is not so grand as Northanger. That would be turning your visit to an evil indeed. Wherever you are you should always be contented, but especially at home, because there you must spend the most of your time.”
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