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Dear Mr. Darcy: A Retelling of Pride and Prejudice (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 7. August 2012

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  • Taschenbuch: 400 Seiten
  • Verlag: Berkley (7. August 2012)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0425247813
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425247815
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 18 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13,9 x 2,5 x 20,9 cm
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 "Grange is one of the most gifted writers in the Austen subgenre, giving us a touching inside story that is hard to put down."

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Amanda Grange is the author of numerous re-tellings of renowned historical romances.

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0 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von trolla am 30. September 2012
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I am a PP Fan and i just disliked that version, then it is not worth the asking price and i am very disappointed and will not read from that writer again
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Dear Mr. Darcy 11. September 2012
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I can't seem to get enough of Pride and Prejudice and have read over 75 fan fic books relating to the original. I don't mind some sexual content, but detest books that have been written so that explicit sex seems to be the main content of the book. Fortunately this book is not one of those. I gave it 3 stars because I found it is not witty or clever enough to rate higher. It is simply written and straight forward. Darcy's conversation with Mr. Bennet is interesting. The last third of the book is better than the first two thirds.
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Please Let This Be the Start of Another Splendid Series! 7. August 2012
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In a style similar to Jane Austen's Lady Susan and the first draft of Sense and Sensibility (Elinor and Marianne), bestselling Austenseque author, Amanda Grange's newest novel, Dear Mr. Darcy, retells Pride and Prejudice in epistolary form. Want to see what Darcy wrote to his cousins while living at Netherfield? Observe the Bennet sisters' correspondence with their friends, the Sotherton sisters? Witness the letters sent to and from Mr. and Mrs. Bingley and their children? Amanda Grange enables readers the opportunity to see all this and more in her illuminating and brilliantly executed Dear Mr. Darcy.

What I loved most about this retelling was the numerous and diverse list correspondents readers witness exchanging letters throughout the course of the novel. Besides Elizabeth and Darcy, readers observe the communications between Wickham and his cohorts, Mrs. Bennet and Mrs. Gardiner, Anne de Bourgh and Georgiana Darcy, and Mr. Darcy Senior and his son Fitzwilliam amongst many others. These characters help give a thorough illustration of everything that takes place in Pride and Prejudice by portraying the events through their varied and unique perspectives. After a major event, such as the Netherfield Ball or Lizzy's refusal of Mr. Collins, it was interesting (and amusing) to see the differing and detailed accounts recorded by several different characters.

Another aspect I took great pleasure was Ms. Grange new creations, the Sotherton sisters and the Bingley parents. The Sotherton sisters are three sisters who are friends with all five Bennet sisters. But because of their father's drinking and gambling problem, they are forced to abscond from their beloved Netherfield Park and retrench to Bath (like the Elliots do in Persuasion). Moreover, in Pride and Prejudice we never meet Mr. and Mrs. Bingley, but we know of their background and ambitions. And while we don't see it taking place in Jane Austen's novel, we could assume that the Bingley siblings were often corresponding with their parents. I enjoyed how Ms. Grange implemented these characters to enhance and flesh out the events of the story. Not only do they enlighten the reader about what is taking place, they are a source of high entertainment as well!

Speaking of entertainment, I cannot believe I am saying this, but my favorite epistler in this novel would have to be Mary Bennet! Mary corresponds with the middle Sotherton sister, Lucy, who is very similar in tastes and disposition to Mary. I just loved witnessing these two exchange letters about their quests to become a "Learned Women," their new tastes in literature, their "books of extracts," and Mr. Shackleton...

Masterful, dynamic, and absorbing - Dear Mr. Darcy is sure to please Janeites who appreciate the art of letter writing and are interested in seeing Pride and Prejudice retold through epistolary form! This reader dearly hopes that Amanda Grange will take up her quill, blotter, and wax sometime soon and gift the Austenesque genre with another Jane Austen novel in epistolary form!

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Expected more.... 24. August 2012
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I gave this two stars because although there was a interesting start to the letters it never climaxed well and ended with a thud. No final words from Mr. Darcy, he was gone almost the entire ending. His POV was needed more...and way too much time spent on Mary Bennet's letters (but I guess they were supposed to be the comic relief).
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Letters are the glue of P&P but, 23. August 2013
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The many letters of Pride and Prejudice cannot be rated too highly, however, using only letters to replay the story becomes a bit tedious. Many of the letters are well done, but many more look like nothing more than "post-its". In addition, would Mr Darcy write letters so descriptive of his infatuation much as a junior high girl would, I can't imagine so. This is not without its charms, but the format does limit it.
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Disappointing piece of fan fiction 31. März 2015
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This book began as a perfectly lovely piece of fan fiction. As an Austen-style writing fan, I believed it would be another well-written book of that genre. It soon lost its luster when I noted several passages from the original P&P story had been lifted and placed - verbatim, into the book. If this book is indeed to be a retelling, it should be written in the author's own words instead of using Austen's words and passing them off as her own.

For me, there was no delicacy or elegance in the writing style that is reminiscent of Jane Austen. There was no interesting POV from any of the characters, and no imagined scenarios that COULD have taken place. I wanted more from this book, but I didn't get it.
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