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itibaren Staryi Zbarazh, Ternopil's'ka oblast, Ukrayna itibaren Staryi Zbarazh, Ternopil's'ka oblast, Ukrayna

Okuyucu itibaren Staryi Zbarazh, Ternopil's'ka oblast, Ukrayna

itibaren Staryi Zbarazh, Ternopil's'ka oblast, Ukrayna

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Bu kitabı okumaya devam ettim çünkü aşırı stilize edilmiş ama basit yazıdan nefret etmekle ama nasıl bittiğini bilmek istemek arasında parçalandım. Bana 'Soğuk Dağ' çok keyif aldım çünkü tavsiye edildi, ama bu benim beklentilerimi kısa düştü bulundu. Sevdiğim bir hikayenin ucuz bir taklidi gibi okundu. Belki de daha az beklemiş olsaydım, daha çok keyif almış olabilirim.

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Aman Tanrım, bu kitap eve çok çarptı. Bir hediye verdim. Eğer tek bir Güney Asyalı gal iseniz, tanımlayacaksınız. Komik, 'Yapımcılar' hakkındaki çizgi, orijinal kadroyla gördükten hemen sonraydı.

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bu kitabı böyle iyi bir son iyi tür sevdi demek o iyi bir son daha iyi olabilirdi o zaman olabilirdi ama demek istediğim asla gerçekten bitmiş bir kitabın bitmesini istemiyorum

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Dürüst olmak gerekirse, zaman kaybetmek için daha iyi bir yol olabilir mi? Mizah söz konusu olduğunda Terry Pratchett ve Neil Gaiman dünyanın en iyi kombinasyonu olmalı. Neil Gaiman'ın Terry Pratchett'in saçma olanı iyi kavraması ile birlikte abartısız karakterizasyonları, bunu bir akşam geçirmek için mükemmel bir yol haline getiriyor. Bununla birlikte, okuyucu uyarılmalıdır, eğer Yahudi-Hıristiyan inançlarınızı çok koruyorsanız, bu hikayeyi önemsiz bir saldırgan bulabilirsiniz, ancak hepsi eğlencelidir ve geleneksel Batı değerlerine veya kutsal nesnelere bir saldırı olarak düşünülmemelidir.

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I was enjoying it, but too many dogs.....I will not be crying in the car!

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This is a fun, rhythmic story to read aloud with children, and is perfect for bedtime reading. The rhyming and repetition in the narrative is great for getting children to chime in and help read the story and our girls had fun reading it aloud with me. The bear is silly and misunderstands Old Man Winter so many times that our youngest said that he needed a qtip to clean out all the wax from his ears. So funny!

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A roman a clef by the nineteenth-century Erma Bombeck. "Fanny Fern" aka Sara Willis Parton (no relation to Dolly) was an acerbic columnist from 1851-1872 and at one point America's highest paid newspaper contributor. In retrospect, it's easy to see why her writing would prove popular: she is one of the few nineteenth-cen women whose style tended more toward the sarcastic than the pious, and she was all about calling dudes in cravats out on their hypocrises---especially her brother, Nathaniel Parker Willis, who if he'd been born 150 years later would've been Simon on The Real Housewives of New York. Ruth Hall is FF's barely fictionalized account of her rise to fame. It was controversial in its time because it was seen as ungracious for a lady to take revenge in print on the family that had shanked her and her kids after the death of her first husband. If you're reading formalistically, you're likely to be disappointed: for all the addy-tude, the chapters are short and often fringed in sentimental apostrophes and exclamation points. It is notable for being one of the few novels of the day not to submit to the marriage plot---something even Alcott in Little Womenz couldn't avoid. Yet the real interest here is the biographical background. Even in its day the book was a bestsmeller because folks were curious about who FF really was---and some schmuck she barbeques in the book outed her shortly after its publication, promptly doubling sales. Perhaps what's really interesting is the background FF leave out: her disastrous second marriage---forced on her by her family---is not part of Ruth's journey (although it is fictionalized in Fanny Ford, FF's second novel). FF left the louche and toiled into semi-poverty until she found her metier. The rest is history, and this book, for all its historical importance, sometimes errs on the side of bragging about it too much. There are interpolated fan letters that get mocked (a proto-Casey Kasem request that FF dedicate a column to a reader's dead dog Fido) and some protests-too-much blather about FF not pretending to be literature. So it's a mixed bag. Many in the class loved it ... way better than Moibus Dickus. But that's okay. It ain't like Melville needs us.

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Great book....but very sad. Very interesting the perspective the book took.