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  • Title: A Independência de Uma Mulher
  • Author: Colleen McCullough
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  • Page: 213
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  • Toda a gente conhece a hist ria de Elizabeth Bennet, que se casou com Mr Darcy em Orgulho e Preconceito Mas o que aconteceu a Mary, a sua irm Todas as irm s de Mary conquistaram o seu destino Jane tem um casamento feliz e uma grande fam lia Lizzie e Mr Darcy ganharam uma extraordin ria reputa o social Lydia conquistou uma reputa o bem diferente e Kitty requisiToda a gente conhece a hist ria de Elizabeth Bennet, que se casou com Mr Darcy em Orgulho e Preconceito Mas o que aconteceu a Mary, a sua irm Todas as irm s de Mary conquistaram o seu destino Jane tem um casamento feliz e uma grande fam lia Lizzie e Mr Darcy ganharam uma extraordin ria reputa o social Lydia conquistou uma reputa o bem diferente e Kitty requisitada pelos sal es mais luxuosos de Londres Mary, por outro lado, uma mulher transformada, agora independente de obriga es familiares Decide escrever um livro onde p e a nu os males do seu pa s e o drama dos pobres Mas as suas viagens de pesquisa ir o colocar em risco a sua pr pria vida e acabar o por lan la nos bra os do homem que a inspirou.Da brilhante escritora Colleen McCullough, autora de P ssaros Feridos, um livro de aventuras e romance, em que uma mulher forte e independente deixa a sua marca no mundo.
    A Independ ncia de Uma Mulher Toda a gente conhece a hist ria de Elizabeth Bennet que se casou com Mr Darcy em Orgulho e Preconceito Mas o que aconteceu a Mary a sua irm Todas as irm s de Mary conquistaram o seu destino Jane tem

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    1. Set twenty years after the end of Pride and Prejudice, the chessboard of characters are in some new positions Mary has spent the last seventeen years caring for Mrs Bennet, who has just died Kitty married a Lord who kindly left her a young, wealthy widow Lydia is carousing and drunk, sleeping around while George is on duty in America Jane has had 12 pregnancies and they re worried about her health and Lizzie is unhappy in her marriage to Fitz Mr Darcy , who thinks their first and only son, Charl [...]

    2. Terrifically disappointing With few exceptions, I haven t enjoyed many Pride and Prejudice sequels, but this one looked promising While Colleen McCullough, thankfully, doesn t try to be Jane Austen, I think she seriously misses the boat when it comes to these characters Anyone who has read Pride and Prejudice has their own ideas as to who Mr Darcy is and how he acts, just as they have pictures in their minds of Elizabeth and her sisters Even understanding that, I cannot envision these characters [...]

    3. I hated this book so badly, that when I realized how she had butchered Austen s characters, I couldn t even bring myself to read any further Anyone who s been married understands there are bad times and bad days, but to tell me that Darcy and Elizabeth have been unhappy since their marriaged to have Darcy think that it wasn t worth marrying down is ridiculous and not true to the character Austen built In addition to this, Darcy apparently practically rapes Elizabeth on their wedding night, so th [...]

    4. A truly bizarre sequel to Pride and Prejudice I m not sure you could even classify it as a sequel Ms McCullough simply took the characters from the beloved novel and incorporated them into a strange and unbelievable story I was looking forward to reading how poor Mary Bennet overcame her setbacks but I absolutely detested the futures Ms McCullough gave each of the characters and the violence she wove into the story seemed unfitting and crass for a Jane Austen sequel She very easily could have to [...]

    5. Okayyou can obviously see from all the other reviews that this is not the most popular of Pride and Prejudice sequels Darcy and Elizabeth do not spend 99% of their time having sex, and he does not cater to her hand and foot all the days of their lives shrugs Sorry Those things don t happen in reality McCullough had the gumption to write something that could have I DO think that Darcy s buttheadedness WAS a little extreme on two points 1 Caroline Bingley Obviously she isn t his favorite person, a [...]

    6. This book was a tedious read The book focuses on the life of Mary Bennett who has been living and caring for Mrs Bennett her mother since the death of her father.The author completely rewrites the personalities of all the major characters so that they only resemble the original characters of Pride and Prejudice in name alone The author describes Mary Bennett as having lived years of boredom with her mother, an odd description given Jane Austen described Mary as the type of person who was forever [...]

    7. I understand why some people didn t like this book, and maybe felt strongly enough to be offended by it McCullough takes beloved characters Austen created and un romanticizes them In McCullough s hands they become real and believable She treats the world Austen created a little like Dickens would have, had he written Pride and Prejudice.I read Austen as a teenager, and her perfect view of English society was exactly what I needed and wanted at the time As a middle aged woman, McCullough s versi [...]

    8. A wild irreverent ride that will than surprise Austen fans Any Janeite who makes it to the third chapter of The Independence of Miss Mary Bennet is in my opinion free to think author Colleen McCullough an impudent rapscallion I am confident that she will have no problem agreeing with me since she admitted that her motivation in writing a sequel to Pride and Prejudice was to stick it to the literati Since it is doubtful that the good men and women of the arts and letters will read this novel, sh [...]

    9. This novels picks up Mary Bennet s story several years after the end of Pride and Prejudice A lot has changed since then, very little for the better Romantic Kitty is glad her husband is dead and thinks only of her clothes funny Lizzie has no life and no interests and doesn t understand her young children Jane constantly weeps Darcy bribes and outright physically forces the Bennet sisters from seeing their mother until she s dead, hates his children especially his son who is kind and gentle so D [...]

    10. This book is fun to read, but it certainly isn t Jane Austen McCullough is definitely better at writing plot than at creating nuanced characters who grow and develop realistically I would recommend this book for a day at the beach, or in my case a day off the beach while freezing rain whipped around my house and kept me inside

    11. After a rocky start with this book, I thoroughly enjoyed it I was a bit apprehensive initially when McCullough seemed to totally shatter all my impressions of Austen s most loved characters I realised though to do this was imperative to the story and that the author had a reason for portraying Mary, Darcy and Elizabeth the way she did Very clever Ms McCullough Mary Bennet s misadventures had me turning the pages to find out what the outcome would be I m glad I persevered as I was rewarded with a [...]

    12. It is a truth universally acknowledged that many authors have tried to continue the stories of that great literary maven Jane Austen Some have succeeded to great acclaim, hell there s some fantastic fan fiction that s never seen a bookstore or library shelf that nails everything from the dialogue to the characters and even manages to spin a new and refreshing story Would that this were the case with The Independence of Miss Mary Bennett I m concerned that Colleen McCullough hasn t actually read [...]

    13. If you are a Jane Austen fan, you will probably be offended by the liberties that Ms McCullough has taken on one of my favorite Austen characters.To refresh some of you, Mary is the middle daughter and next younger sister to Elizabeth Bennet of the famous Pride and Prejudice Bennet family.She is plain, pedantic, bookish, very religious, plays the piano and cannot sing, but she does anyway Austen clearly did not care for this character but 20th century readers recognize her as a modern woman trap [...]

    14. I wasn t sure when I first started this book how much I was going to like it Having first enjoyed Pride and Prejudice many years ago, this book picks up 20 years after where Jane Austen s ends, but without the realisation of the rose tinted hopes hinted at by Jane Austen Instead, this book holds nothing about Pride and Prejudice sacred everything you think you know about the characters is fair game to be turned on its head by Colleen McCullough So this irreverence for the original text initially [...]

    15. I have mixed feelings about this book In fact, I stopped reading it numerous times and then had to will myself to go back to it I debated on whether to give it 2 or 3 stars, but ended up choosing 3 because there were parts of it that I genuinely enjoyed.From reading through the other reviews briefly, I gather that many people don t like the direction that McCullough chose for the characters, especially the direction of Lizzie and Darcy s marriage I myself didn t mind, because basically anything [...]

    16. How to rip off Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer at the same time, with a bit of gothic horror and Trollope thrown in I did always feel sorry for Mary, the foolishly wise sister in Pride and Prejudice McCullough imagines a transformation of body and soul for her, which is the attractive part of the book, but making Darcy and his father into villians, and then transforming Darcy back in an instant, really does not work.

    17. This book was stupid in so many ways Plus it was offensively sexual Let me list some of the ways it was stupid the marriage relationships, the parent child interactions, the author s views on children in general, the growth of key characters, the plot I wish I hadn t read it.

    18. UghJust finished chapter 1 and this already feels like a horrible fanfiction than an actual continuation of the Pride and Prejudice story The author has apparently taken one characteristic of each character and mockingly stretched it until that characteristic is the only thing that character has The first chapter is spent catching the reader up on the lives of the characters post Pride and Prejudice.In this introduction, we learn that Mary wasn t just plain she was in fact secretly ugly and jus [...]

    19. Look, no offense to the one person who apparently liked this book, but mother of all that is good on this planet, how this book disappointed me Where to begin That Mary Bennet has become a woman of great sense, and yet thinks it s a good idea to off on her own in England without any help She s independent, and it s beyond awful that any woman ever needed accompaniment outside of her own door, but for the sake of safety, I think she d be sensible enough to see the need to have somebody with her O [...]

    20. It wasn t poorly written, but I really disagreed with where she felt the characters would be twenty years down the line That s a major basic point to disagree on and makes the rest of the book hard to enjoy I felt sad for Lizzy, but I also felt sad for Fitz, and especially for their kids, and for Lydia and Jane and everyone, really But never Caroline Or Ned, and his relationship with Fitz was really weird Also, the title is misleading because it s just as much about Lizzy as Mary, possibly so B [...]

    21. The author seems to have missed the events that occurred in pp that change Darcys character so dramatically and describes him as if he still proud and pompous Lizzy is misjudged and for some reason Darcy finds her teasing unbearable On the other hand I like that we get to see a different side of Mary.

    22. How on earth could anyone, thinking I ll write the story of Mary Bennet after the events of Pride and Prejudice, come up with this

    23. I don t know why I even bother to read books that are sequels prequels companions to books written by other authors I should have learned my lessons with Scarlett and Rhett Butler s People But here this was on the new arrivals shelf at my library.In this tale, Colleen McCullough seeks to tell the story of Miss Mary Bennet, younger sister of Jane and Elizabeth Bennet of Pride and Prejudice fame Readers will remember Mary as the serious middle sister with a penchant for singing loudly off key at f [...]

    24. This book has received terrible reviews, but I must say I quite enjoyed it I thought it a sad and realistic look at what may have happened twenty years after Pride and Prejudice ended I loved that Mary became the star of the story and the portrayal of how the various marriages evolved Many thought it ridiculous and unworthy of both McCullough and Austen, but I re read it right after I finished it It was a bit ridiculous and lacked Austen s subtle and often not so subtle wit but it was a fun, alm [...]

    25. I m a member of the Jane Austen Society of North America and count myself as a loyal Janeite Which might explain why I didn t like this book very much I really only read it because it was picked for my book group I have no objection to books inspired by Austen s novels I loved Jane Austen in Boca and thought the movie Clueless was great But books that supposedly continue the stories of Austen are unnecessary Her books are perfect as they are Let s leave Elizabeth and Darcy alone and not suggest, [...]

    26. I m shocked that so many people rate this book so poorly I guess it s because they have certain expectations from the Pride and Prejudice characters But this is 20 years later and people and relationships can change over that much time I thought the writing was perfectly in tune with Jane Austen and was very enjoyable to read Yes, the plot line was a bit shocking at times, but it made the story exciting and something you did not want to put down In the end it is all beautifully resolved as in an [...]

    27. Me parecio muy rebuscada la trama de lo que le paso a Mary No logre reconocer a los personajes La historia de Skinner bastante increible, no el parentesco con Fritz sino su manera de actuar por su amor a el Igual me resulto entretenida pero si es un ejemplo de la forma de escribir de la autora, no se me antoja leer algo mas de ella.

    28. A real slog right the way through A promising idea Mary Bennet taken on a plot ride that is too, too ridiculous and not even really about her Do not even bother The book has none of the things that have made centuries of people love Pride and Prejudice.

    29. I really enjoyed this, even though it wanders far from Austen territory to include kidnap, a dodgy pseudo Christian cult, murder and gold ingots It was nice to see Mary Bennet given a voice, and a very strong and plausible voice at that The story is set eighteen years after the close of Pride and Prejudice and Mary is the only unmarried sister, seemingly doomed to a life as unpaid spinster companion to her widowed mother until Mrs Bennet s death frees her to follow the dreams and ideals that hav [...]

    30. Oh, how much longer Of the five Bennet sisters in Pride and Prejudice , Mary is perhaps the least visible considered plain and with neither genius nor taste In this novel, Ms McCullough makes Mary her heroine and describes a life which becomes interesting, to say the least Two decades after the events described in Pride and Prejudice , Mary has spent seventeen years caring for her widowed mother in a remote house, Shelby Manor, which happens to have an extensive library which Mary has plenty of [...]

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