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Uneven work, which at its best, rivals and even exceeds the two Alice books in quality. However, at other times, it seems disjointed.
10/03/2010
An excellent translation which still glosses over some of the more risque portions of the book. Nevertheless, a great read and a superb collection of short stories.
10/03/2010
An excellent book - but it is a condensation of Frazer's entire work. One of the finest (but outdated) works on the origins and study of religion
10/03/2010
Almost alone among all major Victorian novelists, Ms. Gaskell deals with the lives of the poor and downtrodden - their lives, hopes, etc. While there have been better writers, few depict rural England in a more realistic manner than Elizabeth Gaskell.
10/03/2010
Sari Gilbert - An Intriguing Story Set in 1980 in Italy
FEATURED AUTHOR - Sari Gilbert fell in love with Italy at a tender age and has been living in Rome since the 1970s when she moved there to complete her graduate studies in International Relations – she has both an M.A. and a Ph.D - and then found work there as a reporter and foreign correspondent.