Publish date: April 25th 2006
Publisher: Penguin Classics
Pages no: 257
Edition language: English
Cranford is more a series of recollections and trains-of-thoughts than a properly structured novel, and yet I couldn't ask for a more satisfying story. Mary Smith's visits to the village of Cranford, which "[i]n the first place, is in possession of the Amazon...", are full of affection and rife with...
Very episodic, loose, I can well imagine it indeed was a great TV series material, but not as pleasant (to me) to read. Interesting profiling of genteel poerty among women.
One of my favourite books :) The book falls in the category of things that bring back faith in humankind. The protagonist of the book is Mary Smith and her friend Miss Matty Jenkyns. Mary Smith basically tells what happens during numerous visits to Cranford over the span of quite a lot of years. T...
A charming, comfortable series of stories that unfold in the quiet town of Cranford, mostly in the homes of spinsters who practice great economies to maintain genteel appearances. The narrator pokes very gentle fun at her Cranford friends and their airs and social rules, but it becomes clear that th...
Audiobook. Wonderful story about a village and mostly the older women that live there and all their foibles. I love the narrator [author:Nadia May|226848], she did such a fantastic job with the narration. This is only $.99 on Audible by the way, well worth it!