This e-book publication is unique which includes exclusive Introduction, Historical Background and handcrafted additional content. This edition also includes detailed Biography, Notes, Criticisms and Interpretations. A new table of contents with working links has been included by a publisher.... show more
This e-book publication is unique which includes exclusive Introduction, Historical Background and handcrafted additional content. This edition also includes detailed Biography, Notes, Criticisms and Interpretations. A new table of contents with working links has been included by a publisher. This edition has been corrected for spelling and grammatical errors.
Publish date: October 30th 2013
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
(Original Review, 1981-02-25)I think it's evident, once one steps back from an emotional response to the novel, that it would have benefited from some editing and expanding by Austen, had she lived.I can see the flaws in it. It seems disjointed and overly episodic, and I think the excursion to Lyme ...
Now they were as strangers; nay, worse than strangers, for they could never become acquainted. It was a perpetual estrangement. When I first read Persuasion, I must have been out of my mind, preoccupied, or distracted with something because how else could I not have enjoyed this book back then as m...
Probably top-two for Austen novels. I love the slightly older and more care-worn main couple, and all the pining (so much pining). I like how reserved and miserable Anne is at the start and how much she goes as the story continues. Wentworth is a bit more of a puzzle, as he seems to be a dashing you...
I read "Persuasion" on a wave of enthusiasm for Jane Austen created by reading "The Jane Austen Project". I'd never read the book before and knew nothing of its plot or its ending. I found that this ignorance significantly enhanced my enjoyment of this book about lovers frustrated by circumstance an...
Overwhelmed with a choice in what to read on the eve of my trip to London I ended up packing three books - and buying a dozen or so when I was over there - but 'Persuasion' was the one I ended up reading in the terminal and during the long flight over. I'd been holding out on reading this one, knowi...
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