Pages for you sylvia brownrigg

I loved it, but it killed me. This book is admittedly pretentious, unrealistically centered around two characters, and it loses its momentum about three quarters the way through, but I liked it anyway. It was a new beginning for Flannery: Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.

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At heart though, this novel is a portrait of the rise and fall of a relationship - simple - and that's a premise that both limits and frames the events within. After I finished the book I concluded merely that a she was pretty and that b she was in love with Anne.

I read this book in two sittings, only to be abruptly disappointed in the last third of the book by the cliche and offensive ending.

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There was a problem adding your email address. A little drawn out. It's a truly beautiful, unforgettable and unique book that I will always cherish. Order by newest oldest recommendations. All in all, an interesting, paes flawed, book. I wish, too, that I hadn't read any reviews immediately before starting the book, because I also wonder whether I might have taken things differently had I not had an I wish I'd read this ten years ago—not because I think I particularly needed it ten years ago, but because there are ten years between Anne and Flannery, and I wonder whether I might have taken the book differently if I'd read it when I was at Flannery's age seventeen, then eighteen rather than Anne's twenty-eight, as I am now.

There are ups and downs, there are smiles and tears.


Generally, I have this idea that there are some protagonists in Lit that are their story and there are others that are used for their story If you mean wanting to read more written by Sylvia Brownrigg, there is a sequel to Pages …more Well, you could get some books, open them up, and read them.

Both novels are metafictional and self-referential, the later book heavily so. Of course, no world that's been so easily won is going to remain complete for very long, and the affair ends in a flurry of missteps that seem just as facile as its vaulting ascent to the heights of bliss.

Show 25 25 50 All. Or maybe that's an understatement. It propelled me along at a fast pace, it was totally readable. Flannery walking through the campus, as she did before the love, before the heartbreak, before Anne. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded. Both characters affected and influenced each other in such an illustrious manner.

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It probably says more about me than the book that I would have preferred a point of view from the 28 year old rather syvlia the 17 year old. And yes in parts it is heartbreaking, but you know for sure that it's the way it's supposed to be cause first love is ain't fore I can't wait to read more of this beautiful writing! She lives in San Francisco.

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The pain of heartbreak? It was a wonderful book. Though given a charming narrative with particularly gorgeous scenes, I couldn't shake the fact that I absolutely hated the ending.

I seldom read romance novels but this one really exceeded my expectations. And as I said above, I'm now the age she is in the book, and I'd never get involved with a seventeen-year-old, because at that age a ten-year difference is massive.

And the more I think about it, the more I hate the prologue even though it's beautifully written like the re This book killed me. The narrative voice, which, apart for a couple of imprudent glances inside Anne, remains locked into Flannery's perspective, is so ardent that the love affair seems not so much described as overheard, an effect that's accentuated by a prologue offering these lyrical, warmly episodic pages to a hopelessly distant ex-lover. It's divided into three sections - essentially 1 the build-up to the romance 2 the romance and 3 the decline of the romance.

The rush of infatuation? Like its predecessor, it opens in the autumn, this time on the west coast: I feel like my words aren't even adequate to explaining how amazing I think this book is. It's still quite a nicely told story and I did swoon over certain snippets hehe.

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