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I’m afraid many of you won’t be able to read this book. Newer Post Older Post Home. We’d need a publisher interested in a good translation!
I agree, it should be translated! But this is a book full of Anyway I think it can’t be assessed as a prequel or a spin-off like all the others, firstly because Bianca Pitzorno is a wonderful writer, and secondly because this is a gorgeous historical novel, with several boanca to musicians and especially writers of the period such as Victor Hugo and mostly Jane Austen.
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In this novel you’ll also find a bit of Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey, Mary Wollstonecraft’s ideals on women’s rights andher dauther’s Mary Shelley original Gothic novel, Frankenstein. I really esteem B. But also The Great Sargasso Sea. I now find it very hard to sympathize with or forgive him.
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BooksFrom my bookshelf. I do hope they translate it into English, for though I was, vambinaia my teenage years, rather obsessively enthralled with Mr.
It has only been published in Italian! The latest Jane Eyre: Rochester, some hard life experiences have made me feel rather differently about the man.
No matter how well-written they are. Pitzorno since I was a child and read many stories by her, but It’s hard to me objecting to Mr. I hated the Great Sargasso Sea when i read it!
And thenmany essays from Rousseau and about slavery, on children’s educaton in 19th century. Bian ca Pitzorno wrote that this novel was the result of her personal reflections of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte that she read and loved when she was I haven’t read this book yet, and I’m not sure I will, because I noticed that I can’t pizorno suffer “manipulations” of my literary soulmate Mr.
FLY HIGH!: LA BAMBINAIA FRANCESE (THE FRENCH NURSEMAID) by BIANCA PITZORNO ()
I agree, I’ve read it and I say it should be translated. The little girl wants to deliver the shirts her mother sewed in the humble attic they lived in at Montmartre. Tennant’s book is so riddled with errors it’s not worth the paper it’s printed on, in my humble opinion. I thought the first part of Tennant’s book, set in France, francess very good but for me it fizzled out a lot later on. She said she wished to re-write it from a different point of view since she noticed some incongruences, though she considered it a real masterpiece: