Sanditon



Set In 19th Century England, This Gripping Novel Satirizes The Pretentiousness And Duplicity In Relationships Austen S Death Did Not Allow Her To Complete This Entertaining Piece And It Was Later Finished By Another Writer.Sanditon

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  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • Sanditon
  • Jane Austen
  • English
  • 22 June 2018
  • 1843911841

10 thoughts on “Sanditon

  1. says:

    Even though I read a biography of Jane Austen recently, as part of my homage to her as in 2017 we are commemorating two hundred years since she died, it has not been until I have read this unfinished novel that I have felt the sorrow at her early death.Her prose is superb It flows even though it is clearly sharply forged Her observant eye is acute and her humorous irony is as keen as a scalpel And her subtle references to the world in which she wrote and lived, with the West Indian fortunes a Even though I read a biography of Jane Austen recently, as part of my homage to her as in 2017 we are commemorating two hundred years since she died, it has not been until I have read this unfinished novel that I have felt the sorrow at her early death.Her prose is superb It flows even though it is cle...

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    Reread I read it in this edition won t rate this as it was unfinished at the time of Austen s death 12 chapters that add up to fewer than 60 pages in my edition but it was on its way to being at least a 4 star read The words flow there s nary a breath in the characters speeches, yet they are easy to follow The skewering of the rich with too much time on their hands their obsessive land speculations, their ridiculous hypochondria, their dangerou Reread I read it in this edition won t rate this as it was unfinished at the time of Austen s death 12 chapters that add up to fewer than 60 pages in my edition but...

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    A satirical look at 19th century business speculation, hypocondria and novel readingOn the 27th January, 1817 Jane Austen began work on a novel that is now known as Sanditon It was never completed Her declining health robbed her of what she dearly loved most, writing, and on the 18th of March 1817 after penning 22,000 words she wrote the last lines of chapter twelve and put down her pen Four months later at age 41 she would succumb to what is generally believed to have been Addison s disease A satirical look at 19th century business speculation, hypocondria and novel readingOn the 27th January, 1817 Jane Austen began work on a novel that is now known as Sanditon It was never completed Her declining health robbed her of what she dearly loved most, writing, and on the 18th of March 1817 after penning 22,000 words she wrote the last lines of chapter twelve and put down her pen Four months later at age 41 she would succumb to what is generally believed to have been Addison s disease Set in the emerging seaside village of Sanditon on the Sussex coast we are introduced to a large cast of characters dominated by the two minions of the community...

  5. says:

    This story was such a good start Of course, we who love Jane Austen know that she couldn t finish it, because of her illness So we will have to wonder where the story goes The story follows a group of people at a health spa, so you gotta figure this went along with her illness and the many methods she used to treat herself The characters in the story are funny and well developed in just a short while I always wonder if she based her characters on people she knew or an amalgamation of peopl This story was such a good start Of course, we who love Jane Austen know that she couldn t finish it, because of her illness So we will have to wonder where the s...

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    A good start to what could have been

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    2.5 It seems that one is either and Jane Austen fan or one is not I apparently am not It n may have been the fashion of the time, to use twenty words when 5 will suffice but all that round and round just makes my head hurt I ...

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    QUESTO mi piaciuto Le sorelle ipocondriache sono il top, amate tantissimo, AHAHAHAHAH E val , anche io sono finalmente riuscita a cogliere la famosa ironia della Austen, che forse fino ad ora era stata troppo timida per presentarsi. D

  9. says:

    Opera rimasta incompiuta a causa del decesso dell autrice, ricorder in eterno la sua folgorante e sopraffina ironia Seppur arrechi tristezza, non deve mancare nelle letture degli appassionati di Jane Austen

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    I should admit that I only read this so that I would be ready to experience the Welcome to Sanditon webseries which starts today Find it on youtube The book itself is an unfinished story manuscript by Jane Austen that doesn t quite have much of a plot Storywise it s a sparse, meandering introduction to the place and the people involved in a health resort town by the sea called Sanditon There s also a bit of backstory about the Denhams and the Parker family with several hypochondriac membe I should admit that I only read this so that I would be ready to experience the Welcome to Sanditon webseries which starts today Find it on youtube The book itself is an unfinished story manuscript by Jane Austen that doe...

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