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Al sole Lavora di buon u fischiettando ed è gentile ma dà poca confidenza Sembra sapere tante cose eppure sul suo passato è stranamente vago Ama i cavalli e dorme nel solaio della stalla lì su una mensola ha dei libri e sotto il letto una sacca scolorita piena di conchiglie È un mondo intero uello che apre per Sarah una nuova geografia di orridi vallette in fiore e campi di battagliaIspirato al non detto di Orgoglio e pregiudizio Longbourn House ricostruisce con tono brioso la v.

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[Read] ➫ Longbourn ➳ Jo Baker – Anthropomorphic.co Sarah è a servizio a Longbourn House da uando era bambina ma non si è ancora rassegnata a certi compiti ingrati uali lavare la biancheria e svuotare i pitali dei signori uesta pesante routine senza Sarah è a servizio a Longbourn House da uando era bambina ma non si è ancora rassegnata a certi compiti ingrati uali lavare la biancheria e svuotare i pitali dei signori uesta pesante routine senza svaghi la opprime non vuole accontentarsi di mandare avanti la casa d'altri come Mrs Hill la governante fa da sempre Perciò uando un giorno di settembre Mr Bennet assume a sorpresa un nuovo valletto la gioia per la novità è grande James ha il fisico asciutto e gli avambracci scuriti d.

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MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ Jo Baker is the author of six novels most recently Longbourn and A Country Road A Tree She has also written for BBC Radio 4 and her short stories have been included in a number of anthologies She lives in Lancaster England with her husband the playwright and screenwriter Daragh Carville and their two children

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  1. Diane Diane says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFIt's become a cliche to love Jane Austen's books Her oeuvre is so popular that it has inspired a vast amount of fan fiction much of it crap I've been a Janeite for about 15 years and have read all of Miss Austen's works excepting her Juvenilia which I'm saving for a rainy day I've also picked up dozens of the fan novels in an effort to extend the stay in her world I say picked up rather than read because a great deal of the fanfic is insufferable and must be tossed after the first chapterLongbourn is one of the exceptions The simple description is that it is a re


  2. Deborah Markus Deborah Markus says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFHoo boyWhere do I start?Actually that's easy Any review of Longbourn should feature this warning right at the top If you are an Austen purist this book will give you a stroke and a heart attack and possibly cancer So there's thatOh also Any novel written by a non servant is apparently reu


  3. Emily Emily says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFUnfortunately I found this to be a stuffy contemporary literary novel in historical clothing with none of the brio of Austen's own style and little insight to contribute about the characters or story of Pride and PrejudiceThere's not much logic in how the plot of this book fits in with the above stairs developments of Pride and Prejudice The action of Longbourn doesn't consist of previously unseen repercussions of those familiar events nor does it posit any new motives or influences that provide alternate explanations for them At times it feels as though Baker's characters are waiting for something to happen in PP which only makes sense if you see the plot of PP as necessary or guaranteed which you can't because the characters in that book are freuently surprised by news choices and revelations of the past Wickham appears here as a scoundrel which we already knew and the author seems very pleased with her insight that Mr Collins and Mary would have made a good


  4. Emma Emma says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFYou'll think that I'm being silly and hyperbolic when I say books like this are the purpose that historical fiction is meant to serve but I mean it very sincerely Don't pick this book up wanting to swoon over Elizabeth and Darcy or expecting the narrative focus to be on the story Austen told in PP It's not about that It's about giving voice to the voiceless fleshing out the ghosts that would otherwise fade and be shred to pieces before the o


  5. Margaret Sullivan Margaret Sullivan says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFReposted from my review at AustenBlogThe publication of Jo Baker’s new novel Longbourn generated the same sort of excitement as the arrival of a single gentleman of good fortune It has been described as being a cross between Pride and Prejudice and Downton Abbey When we heard this premise we were all admiration What a brilliant idea Two of the most wildly popular and well known popular culture properties–now together It might be th


  6. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFJane Austen meets Downton Abbey is the crude shorthand but this novel is so much I hardly dare say it Janeites are a fearsome bunch; such talk could get me lynched Could this be better than the original? Pride and Prejudice that is Perhaps better is not the right word but fuller Baker’s is a fully convincing and unbiased vision of early nineteenth century English life featuring multiple classes and races – and it doesn’t airbrush away unpleasant bodily realities Longbourn is for the most part meticulously contemporaneous with the action of Pride and Prejudice A house the size of Longbourn was run by a small band of servants; all Baker has done in the way of invention is to give faces and stories to those previously nameless below stairs characters – expanded


  7. Nataliya Nataliya says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFWhen Lizzie Bennet went traipsing through the muddy fields¹ mooning over Mr Darcy someone had to do wash those muddy petticoats When Mrs Bennet was fainting from the strain of arranging suitable marriages for her countless daughters someone had to fetch th


  8. Petra-X Petra-X says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFI read five chapters and then I admitted defeat I threw up my arms through a sea of frothy pink fluff and pushed it aside and emerged if not a better person then at least a relieved one with one less cloud in my worldTo be fair I'm not the audience for any kind of romance except perhaps classics But I am fascinated with Jane Austen and having recently read AA Milne's superlative stage play Miss Elizabeth Bennet I felt I would like to read books directly descended from Pride and Prejudice After Colin Firth is it possible to have too much Darcy? Is it possible to have too much chocolate? Is


  9. Meredith Meredith says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFThe best word to describe this book is unpleasant It was a very unpleasant reading experience But I can and will be specific First of all technically this is a Pride and Prejudice retelling from the point of view of the Longbourn servants Good idea right? I sure thought so And honestly there are some very good things in here I was very interested in hearing what kind of daily tasks made the Bennett lifestyle possible There's also a few great parts where you really see how much th


  10. The Library Lady The Library Lady says:

    MOBI anthropomorphic.co à Longbourn Kindle ↠ longbourn book, Longbourn PDFAttention anyone who wants to think of Jane Austenland as pretty pretty with no blood sweat sex in any form at all and magical elves to do the housework AVOID THIS BOOKStill with me?This book includes discussions of soiled diapers and menstrual napkins wellno washing machines let alone Pampers or Tampax And there is a mention of underarm hair something which clearly should shock any modern man or woman of normal proclivitiesSpeaking of which


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