Little Lord Fauntleroy
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, 19th Century
Snow Globes: Reads Bells: Activities I intend to also read a book for the Kwanzaa square and try to get as many of my as-yet missing activities done (Holiday Down Under, Movie Ticket, and Holiday Party), but since completing either activities or reads qualifies for completing a square, as far as t...
I read this when I was nine or ten, I don't remember. My mom has a very old translated copy in polytonic greek (which is something in between the ancient and the modern greek we use now). I remember feeling that it was quite an accomplishment to read the whole thing with no problems :) The book's...
Little Lord Fauntleroy, by Frances Burnett, reveals the highest character reflected in a small child. At the same time, the story contrasts it with the lowest of humanity’s traits, and it is within this context that the story intersects. It isn’t simply an old tale for the 1800s, for us to look at a...
Historię tę poznałam w dzieciństwie dzięki bogato ilustrowanej, krótkiej książeczce będącej skróconą wersją powieści F. H. Burnett. Byłam tak oczarowana, że nawet po wielu latach słowa "Mały lord" wywoływały u mnie pozytywne skojarzenia. I w końcu przyszedł czas na skontrastowanie tych wspomnień z o...
I just love the story! Dougal, Miss Annie, The Earl and Cedie!
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