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Emily auf der High-School (1925)

von L. M. Montgomery

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Reihen: Emily Trilogy (2)

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Emily never imagined Aunt Elizabeth would allow her to go to high school in Shrewsbury, and she's thrilled, especially as her close friends Ilse, Teddy and Perry will be there. But there are certain conditions: for the whole three years Emily must board with hateful Aunt Ruth, and she must promise to stop writing stories. To Emily, this is unthinkable, but she wants an education, and reluctantly agrees. With the move from her beloved home at New Moon to Aunt Ruth's house, Emily's world is turned upside down. Not only must she prove herself at school, despite rejection and jealousy, but she can no longer count on her friends. Her happy childhood friendships - especially with Teddy and Perry - start to turn into something more complicated and in a small-town, the merest hint of gossip can cause scandal.… (mehr)
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L.M. Montgomery is a long time and all time favorite author of mine. She writes the perfect girls story with just the right mix of adventure, drama and happiness. I find her books a comfort to read and have re-read most of works many times over the years. They are classics for a reason and that reason is they are great. ( )
  KateKat11 | Sep 24, 2021 |
When I read the Emily books I fell just as deeply in love with them as the Anne books, and was sad there were only the three of them. ( )
  Tara_Calaby | Jun 22, 2020 |
Good story - I think I like Emily better than Anne, she's less...flighty? Aside from excessive pride, she tends to make sensible decisions...well, OK, sensible may be overstating it. Walking seven miles out and the same back...But I like the way she handles things. I'm sure by the end of the series she'll be married, but to whom is unclear - none of the three current candidates really seem up to her weight. We'll see. And another psychic flare - this time she's not sick, but she hates the idea and wants to suppress it as far as possible (good idea, in my opinion!). I was reading quickly because I wanted to get back to another series I'm in the middle of; I'll need to come back to this and give it the attention it deserves, I think. ( )
  jjmcgaffey | Apr 8, 2020 |
Emily unexpectedly leaves the familiarity of New Moon for three years of high school in Shrewesbury. The only condition from Aunt Elizabeth is that Emily can only write non-fiction while she goes to the school. It's a challenge for Emily, one that's nearly matched by the many trials that come with boarding with her Aunt Ruth, but one that forces her to grow in her writing. At the same time, Emily grows into a young lady and while she continues to get into occasional scrapes, she also becomes more mature as she considers her next steps into the adult world.

While not the strongest of Montgomery's novels, there's still plenty to enjoy here. It's simply impossible to read one of Montgomery's novels without ending up with the urge to take a wander in some woods. Emily is a heroine worth rooting for and as this is a first time read, I'm fascinated to see just where Emily ends up as she pursues her career as a writer. ( )
  MickyFine | Feb 20, 2020 |
Emily Climbs by L. M. Montgomery; bk 2; (4*)

Emily's teenage years are chronicled in this second of the series. Her three years at high school and at the end ... a major decision to make about her future. As ever L.M.M. gets a lot of mileage from the back burner characters (where would our stories be without them?) I enjoyed getting to better know Aunt Ruth, cranky old thing that she was.
It is not easy being a teenager, neither then nor now. In many ways this story still feels very contemporary. Obviously not with respect to cambric tea and petticoats, but the feelings and interactions Montgomery describes are fairly universal.
While this outing is not quite as good as the first in the series, I still loved it and continue to find it difficult not to compare Anne and Emily. They are both 5 star characters for me but somehow I find Emily's star shining a little brighter. ( )
  rainpebble | May 11, 2019 |
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Emily Byrd Starr was alone in her room, in the old New Moon farmhouse at Blair Water, one stormy night in a February of the olden years before the world turned upside down.
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Emily never imagined Aunt Elizabeth would allow her to go to high school in Shrewsbury, and she's thrilled, especially as her close friends Ilse, Teddy and Perry will be there. But there are certain conditions: for the whole three years Emily must board with hateful Aunt Ruth, and she must promise to stop writing stories. To Emily, this is unthinkable, but she wants an education, and reluctantly agrees. With the move from her beloved home at New Moon to Aunt Ruth's house, Emily's world is turned upside down. Not only must she prove herself at school, despite rejection and jealousy, but she can no longer count on her friends. Her happy childhood friendships - especially with Teddy and Perry - start to turn into something more complicated and in a small-town, the merest hint of gossip can cause scandal.

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