Along ​the Shore 2 csillagozás

Tales by the Sea
L. M. Montgomery: Along the Shore L. M. Montgomery: Along the Shore L. M. Montgomery: Along the Shore

This is a collection of sixteen short stories (re-discovered and re-published in 1989 by Rea Wilmshurst) by popular writer L.M. Montgomery which captures the haunting beauty and drama of living on Prince Edward Island, surrounded by the sea.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 1989


A következő kiadói sorozatban jelent meg: Lucy Maud Montgomery’s rediscovered short stories angol

Bantam, 1990
268 oldal · ISBN: 0553285890
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1990
302 oldal · ISBN: 0771061706
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1989
302 oldal · ISBN: 0771061587

Várólistára tette 1

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Kiemelt értékelések

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L. M. Montgomery: Along the Shore

Vegyes gyűjtemény Montgomery novelláiból. Az összekötő kapocs bennük a tenger, de ezen kívül van mindenféle. Gyerekfőszereplős-kalandos, fiatal szerelmesek egymásra találása meg öreg tengerészek – amit csak akarunk.
A legizgalmasabb az volt, hogy fölfedeztem egy-egy novellában egyik-másik regényének elemeit.

Népszerű idézetek

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Aunt Eleanor was one of those delightful people, so few and far between this world, who have perfectly mastered the art of minding their own business exclusively.

208-209. oldal, The Unhappiness of Miss Farquhar (McClelland & Stewart, 1990)


Rob, so the Harbour folk said, was much changed. He had grown unsociable and preferred to stay home and read books rather than go a-visiting as did others. The Harbour folk shook their heads over this. There was something wrong with a man who read books when there was a plenty of other amusements. Jacob Radnor had read books all one winter and had drowned himself in the spring--jumped overboard from his dory at the herring nets. And that was what came of books, mark you.

The Magical Bond of the Sea

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