Villette (Oxford World’s Classics)

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Villette (Oxford World’s Classics)

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  1. It s a beautiful edition but I miss the old versions of this with the soft covers I wish Penguin would bring them back.


  2. Great quality, perfectly wrapped, and thanks to Premium it arrived home so quick The book is in very good conditions I can t wait to start reading


  3. Charlotte Bronte s Villette is the sixth book I have read by the Bronte sisters, the third by Charlotte, and you would think by now that I could not be any amazed by their brilliance than I was previously but, once again, that was not the case Villette is an amazing piece of literature, at times it reads like magical and enchanting poetry, and at other times it reads exactly like a diary, uncensored, but like all great literature it reads with a haunting honesty that borders on the sublime.Lucy [...]


  4. Though a 700 page novel, I was determined to finish this classic which was chosen by my book group In the end, I m very glad I did I like to learn about cultures in other eras and countries, and after reading the first 150 pages, I became engrossed in Lucie Snowe s observations of life as a single woman in France during the mid 1800s She was a very unusual and lucky woman to secure a governess position and then become a teacher since, at the beginning of the story she is alone and penniless with [...]


  5. SPOILERS ALERT I read this because I enjoyed Jane Eyre and wanted a similar thing, but different Villette didn t disappoint While some plot patterns and character themes are similar to those used in Jane Eyre, Villette is a completely different thing I had a blast Charlotte has full mastery of the language No wonder her works are listed among the classics She has no trouble expressing herself, and offers many insights into the human trials which are still relevant today But what makes Villette t [...]


  6. This is an absolutely wonderful edition of what Virginia W thought was Charlotte B s finest book For my part it is troubling my previous preference for Emily s work, and I am amazed it took me so long to find The edition has a pretty and pretty sturdy cloth cover, an introduction containing some commentary and biographical material, a chronology, a glossary containing mostly words I know and a few I didn t , a list of textual emendations, and copious notes including translations of the phrases i [...]


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