The captain flirts with Isabella, even though shes an engaged woman. The general turns the heroine out of his house when he finds out shes not as rich as he thought. Mutual appreciation for novels such as The Mysteries of Udolpho encourages the clergyman to marry the heroine anyway. All ends well and Henry Tilney gets Catherine Morland in, for 10 points, what posthumous mock-Gothic novel of Jane Austen?
Answer: Northanger Abbey
18. His second string quartet has a movement called the "notturno" that is sometimes orchestrated and played on its own. The works this part-time composer left unfinished at his death include his third symphony and his most famous opera, which was completed by Glazunov and Rimsky-Korsakov. A tone poem with a geographical name and a set of dances from that opera are the two most famous works of, for 10 points, what chemist and writer of Prince Igor and In the Steppes of Central Asia?
Answer: Alexander Borodin 19. Peroxycarboxylic acids can oxidize them to oxiranes with the use of MCPBA, and they can produce vicinal diols through oxidation with potassium permanganate. A palladium or platinum catalyst is used in their hydrogenation and reduction, and Lindlar's catalyst produces them from their sister alkynes. Described with E/Z nomenclature or with cis/trans, they possess one double bond. For ten points, name these compounds also known as olefins and having general formula C-n-H-2n.