[Ebook] Lodore By Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley – Tkcleaningservices.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Lodore

  1. says:

    This was not the best example of Shelley s writing The narrative told rather than showed the reader what was happening There was minimal dialogue which made the descriptions that much harder to enjoy She often quoted oth

  2. says:

    Lodore is often reviewed as an Austen like manners novel with a dark side There is no dark side People assume that because Mary Shelley wrote it, it must have the Gothic flair of Frankenstein that made her famous No.This is just a

  3. says:

    This book was horribly boring It was one of those books that you put down multiple times and then pick up again and try over It wasn t worth picking up again all those times And was the book that taught me that you don t HAVE to finish a bo

  4. says:

    This book needed an editor There was an interesting and compelling story buried in repetition, too much detail, and far too much inner monologue in third person I did find hints of Austen in the setting and the social class of the main characters Lod

  5. says:

    I love Mary Shelley She was a genius, far ahead of her time It was fascinating to read this book after Frankenstein, The Last Man, and Mathilda I was spellbound, I throughly enjoyed it Her insight into human nature and character was astonishing.

  6. says:

    as a novel its a bit all over the place, yet it has its place in literary history, as one of the first novels to deal with the difficulties of women in managing on there own in the modern world.

  7. says:

    The last Mary Shelley book was probably the quickest read I would describe it as a dark romantic take on an Austen novel It is about Lord Lodore who marries the young woman Their passionate relationship becomes strained because her mother lives with them total turnoff, right But

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