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An Old Song and Edifying Letters of the Rutherford Family

3.5  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Hardcover, 102 pages
Published June 1st 1982 by Wilfion Books, Paisley
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Fabiola
May 21, 2014 Fabiola rated it really liked it
- Una vecchia storia ("An Old Song)": 3+*/3 e *;
- Appendice_Lettere edificanti della famiglia Rutherford ("Edifying Letters of the Rutherford Family"): 4-* (perché incompiuto, ma a me sarebbe piaciuto tanto! La prima lettera da sola parla da sé).
Il mio libro in più contiene "L'incantatrice" ("The Enchantress"): 4 e *.
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Adam
Sep 14, 2009 Adam rated it liked it
A novella that never appeared under Stevenson's name during his lifetime, "An Old Song" contains thematic material that would later be developed into Jekyll and Hyde. Interesting, readable, but ends too abruptly.
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