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"I am a freelance writer that loves the classics!"
Nov. 7, 2013
Silas Marner
This is my reading of any of George Eliot's books. I can't believe that I hadn't read her earlier. I absolutely loved it. It was such a warm and charming story. The twists and turns were unexpected, especially of Dunsey's death. Wow! I will plan to read more.
Nov. 7, 2013
North and South
Elizabeth Gaskell has impressed me. I do so love the classics. I first heard of her through PBS - Cranford. I was not disappointed by her novels. Although a little wordy at times - a trait like her contemporaries - but that was easily overlooked due to my attachment that developed for her characters.
Nov. 7, 2013
The Yellow Wallpaper
I couldn't get into it. I saw her direction and the word picture she was trying to paint, but I wasn't moved.
Nov. 7, 2013
An Old-Fashioned Girl
I love this book. I love classic books anyway, but this one hits a vein. Louisa May Alcott is an author I'll have to pay more attention to. It's funny how some books just stands the test of time.
Nov. 7, 2013
Behind a Mask: Or, a Woman’s Power
Very good. I felt like I was watching an old black and white film. Set in a time past, but I could so relate to the heroine - she wanted to be independant. How things never change!
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