Shirley (2021)

[PDF] Shirley | by º Charlotte Brontë Lucasta Miller collaborative Jessica Cox [PDF] Shirley | by º Charlotte Brontë Lucasta Miller collaborative Jessica Cox - Shirley, Shirley Following the tremendous popular success of Jane Eyre which earned her lifelong notoriety as a moral revolutionary Charlotte Bront vowed to write a sweeping social chronicle that focused on somethin. [PDF] Shirley | by º Charlotte Brontë Lucasta Miller collaborative Jessica Cox, Shirley, Charlotte Brontë Lucasta Miller collaborative Jessica Cox, Shirley Following the tremendous popular success of Jane Eyre which earned her lifelong notoriety as a moral revolutionary Charlotte Bront vowed to write a sweeping social chronicle that focused on something real and unromantic as Monday morning Set in the industrializing England of the Napoleonic wars and Luddite revolts of Shirley is the story of two contraFollowing the tremendou

  • Title: Shirley
  • Author: Charlotte Brontë Lucasta Miller collaborative Jessica Cox
  • ISBN: 9780141439860
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Paperback

Shirley [PDF] Shirley | by º Charlotte Brontë Lucasta Miller collaborative Jessica Cox - Shirley, Shirley Following the tremendous popular success of Jane Eyre which earned her lifelong notoriety as a moral revolutionary Charlotte Bront vowed to write a sweeping social chronicle that focused on somethin

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  1. In the fast changing industrializing England , of 1811 12, from farming to factories, the beauty of the green land, clear waters and blue skies, are being destroyed, rapidly, by dark, ugly pollution people will have to also, adapt or starve, machines are taking over, sounds familiar A bleak future for some, others to prosper, but a hiccup occurs Napoleon, a long ruinous, endless war, of 15 years is devastating Yorkshire s trade, embargoes by both France and her arch enemy Britain, in the north o [...]

  2. but I perceive that certain sets of human beings are very apt to maintain that other sets should give up their lives to them and their service, and then they requite them by praise they call them devoted and virtuous Is this enough Is it to live Is there not a terrible hollowness, mockery, want, craving, in that existence which is given to others, for want of something of your own to bestow it on I suspect there is Does virtue lie in abnegation of the self I do not believe it.This book is long, [...]

  3. La primera parte es muy lenta pero preciosa, la segunda fren tica y maravillosa.Creo que se ha convertido en mi libro preferido de Charlotte Bront

  4. Shirley is Charlotte s sopho slump Her Kill Uncle Her You Shall Know Our Velocity Her Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie And so on I don t care how cute Mr Rochester is, this novel is a deeply vexing mess Firstly, there are several plotlines and not one has the urge to intersect The rebelling miners plot launches the novel in tandem with the idle curates poor versus rich plot, then dribbles away with the introduction of the second plot Caroline s crush on Mr Moore This plot is soon replaced by t [...]

  5. As you can see from my rating, I was quite disappointed with this novel However, it wasn t until about 2 3 into it that I realized that this book wasn t going to blow me away, and so I decided to read on till the end I admit that I had high expectations to this novel since Jane Eyre, a masterpiece by Charlotte Bront , is amongst my favourites classics Yet, it is peculiar how Shirley is so different from anything else I ve read by Charlotte Bront First of all, this novel comes with a very overt n [...]

  6. Charlotte Bronte s Shirley is one of the most beautiful, enriching, and satisfying novels that I ve read this year A novel borne from tragedy, Charlotte published Shirley in 1849 and while writing the novel, her brother Branwell died in 1848 followed shortly thereafter by the death of her sister Emily also in 1848 and then, horrifyingly, by her remaining sister, Anne, in 1849 In fact, it is believed that the characters of her two primary female protagonists in the novel, Caroline Helstone and Sh [...]

  7. Shirley is a not quite comfortable hybrid of a romance and an anti silver fork novel, the latter as assuredly as Thackeray s trenchantly sarcastic Vanity Fair, which is set during the same period It is among the first of the industrial novels that demonstrate the desperation of the poor during the beginning of the industrial revolution s inexorably swift changes Bronte probably heard accounts from oldsters about troubles when the looms were being replaced by machines, and there was certainly tro [...]

  8. The Jew basket, wow This book was my introduction to the Jew basket, and I eagerly await its appearance in other 19th century British novels No, it s not a basket full of tiny Jews Nor is it a basket in which a Jew is lowered into a medieval well to be drowned The Jew basket is a basket into which the gentleladies of the neighborhood contribute their knit or sewn household crafts the basket rests in their house for a month as pin cushions, napkins, baby socks, card racks, and penis cozies are ad [...]

  9. Maybe the less romantic novel by Charlotte, but her most mature work, an account of the changing times in the early XIXth century.The story follows the lives of four main characters Miss Helstone, a young woman with no prospects, niece of a Curate in Yorkshire, her serious cousin Mr Moore, a businessman who struggles to earn his living, Miss Shirley, a spirited heiress of a great fortune and her tutor Mr Moore s brother, Louis Being a Bront s novel though, there s not one, but two romances going [...]

  10. A riesgo de parecer osada, dir a que tras haber le do los cuatro libros de Charlotte Bront , Shirley es el que m s me ha gustado digo esto habiendo le do Jane Eyre hace m s de diez a os y teniendo pendiente una relectura de Villette en condiciones diferentes a cuando lo le la primera vez , siendo el que menos El profesor Shirley es el claro ejemplo que de existen dos tipos de libros lentos 1 los lentos en los que no ocurre nada, no te llevan a ning n sitio y son perfectos para aburrirse 2 los le [...]

  11. Compared with other novels by Charlotte Bronte, Shirley is the toughest one for me to read Narrated through third person POV, it is not easy to get acquainted with the novel Another reason is because there are too many characters to remember However, it is still a distinguished novel from the Victorian era It might not be as enjoyable as Jane Eyre yet it is rich in characterizations and theme The novel is set in Napoleon era, in a village where machinery just enters the society As we often witne [...]

  12. This novel was mentioned in The Making of the English Working Class so I read it out of interest for the sociopolitical background view spoiler not the best cause admittedly, I ve wondered wierdly through the world of books I ll admit hide spoiler but didn t enjoy Bronte s treatment of it sympathetic as she is with the factory owner, though I believe interestingly he is foreign born Think this is set late in the Napoleonic wars so possibly a rather early industrial novel Recently saw a televisio [...]

  13. Meh Meh meh meh meh Meh What a boring novel Everything that made Jane Eyre such a masterpiece is completely missing from this novel What was Charlotte thinking I don t even think Bront purists can find any pleasure in this novel It s empty It has no heart The reason why I m not giving this one star is because I only give books that I hate one star I don t hate this novel, I m just severely disappointed People have told me not to get excited about The Professor either so I don t know what to expe [...]

  14. Ahh, Shirley I must read this book once a year, because it affects me so profoundly when I do read it Though the heroine of Shirley is actually named Caroline, and she isn t a swashbuckling dame or a fiery temptress or really even anything remarkable, she makes for a remarkable read and is surrounded by brilliant people and events It s a chaotic time in England during the height of the Napoleonic Wars and timid Caroline s world is turned upside down, but the events that really hook me are purel [...]

  15. Lei, lui, l altra e le pance vuoteImmagino che come le vittoriane signorine dei suoi romanzi anche CB stessa si sia dedicata alle poche attivit considerate decorose per una donna prima tra tutte, l arte del ricamo da esibire nei salotti mentre gli uomini si sbizzarrivano nelle conversazioni l uso della lingua francese, poi, per dare quel tocco di eleganza e raffinatezza e, infine, l espressione artistica che a scelta tra il canto ed il disegno Sia in Jane Eyre sia in Shirley sono evidenti i frut [...]

  16. Favorite tidbit while reading this book Shirley was largely a male name until this book s publication, at which time baby girls were given the name Good job, Charlotte, you changed like everything.Shirley s father wanted a boy, didn t get one, so the next best thing was for him to name his new baby chick a boy s name Which leads me then to wonder if Shirley as a female character s name is sort of meant to denote she was a tomboy, kind of like Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird In any case, Shirley [...]

  17. I did not like Shirley.That could be my entire review After reading a novel that was at least 200 pages too long, it probably should be Because it is late and I am not feeling too charitable towards Charlotte Bronte I will make this brief.There were many things I disliked about Shirley but the one thing that I did like was the character of Shirley Where Shirley was lively and engaging, the other characters were dull, overwrought and over described I may be in the minority but I think it is a hug [...]

  18. It s not exactly a novel in the usual 19th century sense It pretty much lacks plot, changes direction several times, loses track of characters, runs on way too long and is used as a platform for a platter load of mini essays And the title character first appears on page 274 So why 5 stars Because it may be the most beautifully written work I ve read Every word is exactly chosen, exactly placed and adds to the cumulative effect of its sentence and paragraph This may sound too precious or contrive [...]

  19. This book was extremely hard to rate because I appreciated it than I enjoyed reading it.The novel itself was extremely drawn out and dry, and despite it s important themes, it didn t have a heart Or evena genre I mean it has commentary on romance than actual romance and it strays too much from the initial Luddite issues for me to really consider it a true historical It was like a character study of the main two women, one of which we didnt even meet until 150 or so pages in And that may have [...]

  20. The novel Shirley was a pleasant addition to my reading this winter I love the British novel, but I especially love the one that is little known to me and takes me by surprise I must admit that after reading last year and being once again blown away in spite of past readings by Emily s Wuthering Heights, I had not felt emotionally ready to tackle another Bronte novel So glad I did this time though, because it was exactly what I needed this winter Shirley is so different from Jane Eyre, an eterna [...]

  21. Shirley foi o segundo livro escrito por Charlotte, publicado em 1849 e mais uma vez sob o pseud nimo Currer Bell A narrativa passa se entre 1811 e 1812, um per odo negro da hist ria do Reino Unido, marcado pelos confrontos com Napole o e com os Estados Unidos Robert Moore um industrial do ramo t xtil que espera o transporte de novas m quinas para a sua f brica que v o n o s diminuir a m o de obra necess ria, mas tamb m aumentar os n veis de produ o Esta not cia n o de todo bem recebida pelo povo [...]

  22. Shirley, terzo romanzo dell autrice inglese Charlotte Bronte se consideriamo che Il professore venne scritto prima ancora di Jane Eyre, stato per me quanto di pi lontano potessi immaginare questa frase non so ancora adesso, a distanza di qualche giorno da fine lettura, se abbia pi una connotazione positiva oppure negativa.Il fatto che il libro rientri nel genere romanzo sociale mi fa propendere verso la seconda mi spiego meglio, per quanto ami quest autrice non posso non essere giusta e ammetter [...]

  23. Charlotte Bronte famously described Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice in these words a carefully fenced, highly cultivated garden, with neat borders and delicate flowers She later wrote this about Austen after reading Emma She does her business of delineating the surface of the lives of genteel English people curiously well there is a Chinese fidelity, a miniature delicacy in the painting she ruffles her reader by nothing vehement, disturbs him by nothing profound Clearly, Miss Bronte had than [...]

  24. Wellington, Luddites, Milton, Romance, snobbery, strong women Charlotte Bront throws them all into this seething pot It s a book that can t be read slowly.

  25. Charlotte Bronte reminds us readers that Shirley is something unromantic as Monday morning chapter 1 Well I found it true because I see Shirley as a social novel than a romance The social background depicts the Napoleonic War and the industrial depression caused by it This is where I found hard to get to the core of the book because I do not have a wide knowledge about that historical social background Another thing that is hard for me to get through is that this book seems to have two lines of [...]

  26. Coming from an obssessive Bront devotee who has read all of their works, this was the one that I read last I tried, several times, to read it, but my interest always wained Having said that, I am thrilled to have finally finished it and was really impressed with Charlottte s attempt at writing in the third person omniscienther only attept with regard to her novels, though the technique was prevelant in her juvenilia Shirley is set during the Napoleonic war as England is struggling with the class [...]

  27. ngiliz Edebiyat kad n yazarlar na hayran m Nitekim C.Bronte benim en sevdiklerimden Romantik bir roman beklemeyin demi kendisi ama hele sonlara do ru i im s cac k oldu Ama kayalar kadar sert ve puruzlu bir kitap bu kitap Bir yanda servet sahibi uzla lmaz Shirley Keeldar, di er yanda narin ve guzel Caroline Helstone Bir yanda fabrika sahibi karizmatik Robert Moore, di er yanda onun hassas retmen karde i Louis Moore Ba kald ran i iler, eski an lar, ngiltere nin Sanayile me zamanlar , Fransa ile sa [...]

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