Emily Of New Moon (Emily #1)
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Anne fans, I INSIST that you try Emily at some point.
I love the Emily books so much. Her passion and her dreams, along with her dignity, were expressed in a way that really appealed to me when I read them as an impressionable teenager. The formative years of every girl's life are filled with wild hopes and worries and exhilaration, and as an adult, I re-read ...more
I also really liked the fact that Emily actually grows up in this book and goes out ...more
Note: The rest of this review has been withdrawn due to the ch ...more
(I'm only rating this four stars because my sister says I rate too many books five stars. But MARK MY WORDS. I LOVE THIS BOOK.) (And ...more
عنوان: امیلی در نیومون؛ نویسنده: لوسی مود مونتگمری؛ مترجم: سارا قدیانی؛ ویراستار: محبوبه کرمی؛ تهران، قدیانی ، 1394، در 560 ص؛ شابک: 9786002514011؛ شتبک دوره: 9786002514042؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی قرن 20 م
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I love her spunk, though. When she hid under the table to listen to the family conclave and was retorting furiously to them in her mind, I immediately thought, "I like this girl!" I also feel like I relate more to Emily than to Anne. Emily is more brooding and withdrawn like me, whereas Anne is someone I wish I was like.
Delight and magic are fo ...more
The early chapters I found viscerally moving. I was reading in the window at Mario's and found myself snuffling away tears at Emily's loss of ...more
At my book club, we chatted about ...more
“It had always seemed to Emily, ever since she could remember, that she was very, very near to a world of wonderful beauty. Between it and herself hung only a thin curtain; she could never draw the curtain aside-- but sometimes, just for a ...more
I think people identify with Emily and Anne because--well, spirited, bookish girls live on in all of us, and I'm ...more
This morning I noticed Mel Campbell's review of the book come up in my newsfeed, and my first reaction was a sharp intake of breath--a kind of preemptive wince born of the idea that anyone might, in any way, not love Emily wholeheartedly, or love her the way that I do. Clearly Emily's passionate loves and jealousies were something I was drawn to as a child!
As an adult, I enjoy the latter Emily books more--Emily is less dreamy, more pragmatic, though still drawn to making disastrously bad decisio...more
The beauty of the world despite its flaws and evils (which Montgomery also shows). The world in this story is not sugary or happy-ever-after. I am pleasantly reminded about that and somehow I think I enjoyed this more now than I would as a child.
The fairytale-like images of Emily's (and Montgomery's) world and the words to describe it, make me want to look for the best in my ...more
The book is one of self-discov ...more
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The author of the famous Canadian novel Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery, was born at Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Nov. 30, 1874. She came to live at Leaskdale, north of Uxbridge Ontario, in 1911 after her wedding with Rev. Ewen Macdonald on July 11, 1911 ...more