Kathy's Big Fat Books in 2021


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Kathy's Big Fat Books in 2021

Editado: Mar 26, 8:34pm

I am hoping to read at least 4 BFB's this year. Here are some possibilities:

Emma: an annotated edition, Jane Austen
Shirley, Charlotte Bronte
Romola, George Eliot
Felix Holt, the Radical, George Eliot
Green Dolphin Street, Elizabeth Goudge
Waverley, Sir Walter Scott
The Vicar of Bulhampton, Anthony Trollope

and I am currently reading (listening, actually):

Little Dorrit, Charles Dickens, 688 pages

Ene 3, 1:32pm

Hi Kathy, good to see you back for another year.

Ene 3, 3:35pm

>2 connie53: Thanks. I have 4 books that I had listed last year as possible that I didn't read, so I hope to get to at 1 or 2 of those.

Ene 3, 4:50pm

Hi Kathy my dear, nice to see you here again dear friend.

Editado: Ene 3, 6:05pm

>4 johnsimpson: Thanks, John--I was very happy with my 6 BFBs read in 2020, so I hope I can do at least 4 and maybe more.

Mar 26, 8:36pm

Finally finished listening to Little Dorrit, Charles Dickens, 688 pages. This was a re-read on audiobook, read by Simon Vance. I've read this book in print in 1990 and 2009, and then listened to the audiobook in 2012. I just am amazed at the voices and nuances that Simon Vance brings to this book. Several times I was brought to tears--not a good thing when your listening while driving.

Abr 19, 4:01am

Finished a re-read of Adam Bede by George Eliot (1859); 540 pages. I'm struck how Eliot has no "evil" characters in this book. There are plenty of people with faults and who make bad choices, but unlike Dickens, there is no one really horrible person.