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The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless (Anglais) Broché – 6 février 1997

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Great Georgian Era Read! 30 juin 2005
Par M. Marchione - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Miss Betsy Thoughtless is a young, pretty woman of independant fortune who, though blessed with intelligence, has a great deal of personal vanity, and takes a delight in attracting as many suitors as possible. This book is refreshing for it's time-Miss Betsy is not alone in wondering why so many women want to be married when you are much more in control of yourself when single-and believable in it's characters and plot. You cant help liking Miss Betsy, and wishing her well. Good read!
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A Lovely Novel 28 mai 2000
Par Carina Garland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book was simply wonderful. It would appeal to anyone who enjoys the novels of Jane Austen as this book is also very clever and delightful. A rather obscure novel but definitely worth reading. A classic that I'm glad I discovered.
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Required Class Reading SPOILER 24 juillet 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you are buying this book, more likely than not it is required reading for your women's literature class. To help guide you along (since this can be a hard read for some people)Here is a quick synopsis: * Betsy Thoughtless is coming of age. This means she is trying to be independent, but is also in the mist of the courting ritual. * She does not want to pick a suiter because she will no longer be able to play the field. * The man she should marry (Trustworthy) leaves her because he is told she has a bastard child (She really doesn't, she is just helping out another child). * She ends up marrying Mundane. He is a horrible husband. He dies (Trustworthy's wife also dies). * Betsy and Trustworthy end up getting married (as they should have). This book deals with the courtship ritual and how important it was to civilization and women at that time. Note toward the end that Besty had to marry mundane in order to grow up and be worthy of Trustworthy's had in marriage.
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