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Der Jane Austen Club - Karen Joy Fowler, Marcus Ingendaay
Der Jane Austen Club
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9783442542468 (3442542464)
Publisher: Goldmann
Pages no: 319
Edition language: Deutsch
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A Reading Vocation
A Reading Vocation rated it
3.0 Book 18/100: The Jane Austen Book Club by Karen Joy Fowler
Around the Year Reading Challenge Item #7: A Book About BooksI like Jane Austen and have read all but one of her novels ([book:Mansfield Park|45032] -- but I'll get to it!) Still, somehow there is something about me that seems to be fundamentally different from the scores of Austen's devotees, as se...
Bookworm Blurbs
Bookworm Blurbs rated it
3.5 The Jane Austen Book Club
A sublime comedy of contemporary manners, this is the novel Jane Austen might well have written had she lived in twenty-first-century California. Nothing ever moves in a straight line in Karen Joy Fowler’s fiction, and in The Jane Austen Book Club, the complex dance of modern love has never been s...
BlondeBookBee
BlondeBookBee rated it
I decided to read this book when I saw it in a second-hand bookshop and realised that it had the same title as one of my favourite movies. I couldn’t wait to jump back in the world of Jane Austen fanatics, only this time in the written manner.The Jane Austen Book Club, as the name suggests, is a boo...
Little Miss Reader
Little Miss Reader rated it
3.0 The Jane Austen Book Club
3 - 3.5 starsThis review contains MINOR spoilers. Nothing that will give away anything about the story itself - i promise. 1. I liked how in April the last part was about Austen and her strugles to be published. I had no idea that Pride and Prejudice's original title was "First Impressions". 2. Prud...
Barbara L.B. Storey
Barbara L.B. Storey rated it
4.0 The Jane Austen Book Club
I read this book after seeing the movie made from it. And while I enjoyed the book, this is a rare case where I think I prefer the movie. Of course, they are by nature very different, a story expressed in two different mediums. But I think the movie pared down some of the narrative that seemed to ...
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