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Most of it is just talking about how happy happy happy happy happy happy happy happy everyone is with their marriage and how TRAGIC is was for them to ever go through that hard time where Elizabeth thought Darcy to be unbearableAfter it became known that the author was a woman there were more negative reviews than beforeShe essentially turns into her motherWives and Daughters would not, of course, excite the same sort of criticism, the subject matter being less controversial and more genteel, and focussing on a woman's place in societyAlso the little parts about politics that went nowhere? UGH!!! The author turns Elizabeth from an intellectual young girl into a gossip monger OBSESSED with who is going to marry who, and who's in love with who, and thinks it's her business to insert herself into everyone's love lives.Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime Prime members enjoy FREE Two-Day Shipping and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle booksThere are rose petals everywhereThe second half especially brought Hardy's work to my mind -- although his first published novel, Desperate Remedies, didn't appear till 1871
This is a terribly written book and is excruciating to readExtollager Well-Known Member Joined: Aug 21, 2010 Messages: 4,815 If I were to think of a woman author who formerly was not "canonical" but now is -- or is close to becoming canonical, Elizabeth Gaskell might be my first exampleWhen Sally Armstrong set out to tell the story of her great-great-great-grandmother, she imagined a non-fiction account of her lifeIt has the authentic flavour of life in the Regency and Victorian ages and lets us see Jane Austen's characters mature as members of that communityA series of hour-length episodes based on those could be gorgeous and chilling if done right.Click to expand 48a4f088c3