Dec 05, 2021

Rilla. La de Ingleside

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  • Title: Rilla. La de Ingleside
  • Author: Lucy Maud Montgomery
  • ISBN: 841594358
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Ebook

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Rilla. La de Ingleside

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  1. Preciosa novela el principio es magistral, esa fiesta de quincea era donde de repente alguien irrumpe anunciando que acaba de estallar la primera guerra mundial y todo un mundo se viene abajo Esta novela es una obra de arte y me pregunto por qu no se ha molestado nadie en traducirla al espa ol es la pieza que falta a la serie de Ana publicada por Torom tico En fin, una delicia de novela de principio a fin.


  2. This book is the eighth and last book of the Anne of Green Gables series It is by far the most serious World War I has broken out and Canadians are expected to volunteer to fight alongside their British counterparts Rilla is the youngest of Anne s and Gilbert s six children At the beginning of the war, she is too young to do very much in the war effort All 3 of her brothers volunteer not all come back The story extends over the entire period of the war and ends at the end of the war, as the sold [...]


  3. Classics are called such for a reason, and Rilla of Ingleside is as classic as you can get I have read it many times, and each one only makes me love it I grew up reading about Anne Shirley and her exploits, and this final novel in the Anne of Green Gables series spotlights Anne s daughter Rilla and her coming of age years.Rilla is 14 when the book opens, and her mother is a little worried about Rilla s lack of ambition in life, noting from the first chapter that She has no serious ideals at al [...]


  4. My mother grew up on the Anne of Green Gables books, and in the final years of her life, I gave them to her in a set After her death, I read the books, and this last one is something of a minor masterpiece It talks about the young men from Prince Edward Island going off to World War I, with the tensions and sadness of the folks back home well portrayed I strongly recommend the book Rilla is the youngest daughter of Anne Montgomery was a very good writer, and the sorrow of the war years is vividl [...]


  5. An avid fan of Anne in all her books, I was hesitant at first to read a book in which Anne is not the main character However, Rilla of Ingleside is an enchanting book that perfectly captures the transition from spoiled child into an intelligent and selfless young woman Set during the first world war, it shows what life was like for the many women who had to stay at home and find different ways to be patriots for their country while the men were off giving theirs Themes of love, loss, conflict, g [...]


  6. As an adult reader of the Anne of Green Gables series, I was drawn to this artful cover, a refreshing change from the juvenile formats Sadly, the cover is the only enjoyable part of the book, due to the massive amount of text crammed onto each page, surrounded by minimal white space The production of this format is an injustice to the author, rendering her delightful stories into a tedious, painful reading experience, where it is difficult to visually follow one line to the next Do yourself a fa [...]


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