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Publish date: April 2007
Publisher: Imágica Ediciones, S.L.
Pages no: 192
Edition language: Spanish
When I decided to read Louisa May Alcott’s Behind a Mask for Transcendentalist Month, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. The brief blurb claimed it was so unlike the usual Alcott-fare most people are familiar with — the likes of Little Women, Eight Cousins and An Old-Fashioned Girl. Apparently it w...
Delicious fun! This is the kind of story I suspect Jo March loved, and with good reason! Great melodrama and gothic suspense!
OK, so, by and large I did not like this. It's not that it's not a good story. The fact that the protagonist enraged me so indicates that it really is. But...the rating is based on whether I liked it.... The ONLY thing that got it two stars from me was:"Yes; but oh, remember that I have no frien...
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