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Rebel Women von Evelyn Sharp

Essential Thesaurus Construction von Vanda Broughton

Emma (Penguin Classics) von Jane Austen

The Victorian Chaise-longue von Marghanita Laski

Elizabeth & Leicester: Power, Passion, Politics von Sarah Gristwood

Grandmama of Europe: The crowned descendants of Queen Victoria von Theo Aronson

Lely von R B Beckett

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Mitglied: Sarahursula

SammlungenDeine Bibliothek (889), Wunschzettel (42), Lese gerade (1), Gelesen, aber nicht im Besitz (368), Alle Sammlungen (891)

Rezensionen93 Rezensionen

TagsFamily sagas (42), Good girls (20), Happily ever after (15), Libraries (14), Literary lives (10), Country houses (10), Bad girls (10), Tragic romances (9), Poetry (7), Comfort reads (7) — alle Tags anzeigen

MediumNicht angegeben (1), Buch (890), Gedrucktes Buch (880), E-Book (3)

WolkenTag-Cloud, Autoren-Wolke, Tag-Spiegel

Empfehlungen3 Empfehlungen

Über michHello, I’m a librarian in a busy library.

Über meine BibliothekAs Esmé Jameson says in The Day of Small Things by O. Douglas, 'library is too fine a name for my modest collection'.

In The House that is Our Own Kitty says: ‘I like ordinary books best, in open shelves, close to my hand , that I can browse amongst ... fiction, poetry, history, fairy-tales!’ Isobel replies: ‘The books I possess are my own choosing, books I liked and wanted to have.’

My tastes seem mainly to centre on women’s fiction from the eighteenth century to the twentieth century. There are some male authors in my collections because as Charlotte M Yonge wrote in Countess Kate “you can’t do things without boys.”

My reviewing policy (such as it is) is only to review books without existing reviews or if I disagree (strongly) with reviews already posted. I’m going to try to avoid star ratings as it isn’t really fair on authors because it could just be me on a bad day when they have slaved for months on their books. As Jean Jardine says in Penny Plain ‘I wonder how critics can bear to do it. I couldn’t sleep at night for thinking of my victims.’ ‘You sentimental little absurdity! It wouldn’t be honest to praise poor work,’ Pamela Reston returns. Jean shook her head. ‘They could always be a little kind.’

Lady Bidborough has a 'small panelled room with a view of the lawns and river' in her house Mintern Abbas in Penny Plain by O. Douglas. 'I am glad of this room. It has such a kind feeling. The other rooms are lovely, but they are meant for crowds of people. This says tea, and a fire and a book and a friend - the four nicest things in the world.'

My books to run away with (not sure who with but possibly someone like Anton Walbrook) are: Mrs Gaskell's Cranford, The Brontes Went to Woolworths by Rachel Ferguson and Wise Children by Angela Carter. Plus one jar of homemade raspberry jam, large slice of fruit cake, flask of tea, a box of Smarties and a ticket to... to Mintern Abbas.

Motto: "With my friend and my book, I walk through the forest of Arden."

GruppenLegacy Libraries, Persephone Readers, Virago Modern Classics

LieblingsautorenJane Austen, Aphra Behn, E. F. Benson, Charlotte Brontë, Fanny Burney, Willa Cather, Nancy Mitford, Elizabeth Taylor, Dorothy Whipple, Charlotte M. Yonge (Gemeinsame Favoriten)

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Bürgerlicher NameSarah Webb

OrtEngland

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Mitglied seitMay 22, 2009

Lese geradeAgatha Christie: A Mysterious Life von Laura Thompson

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