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The Quotable Slayer: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (Anglais) Relié – 1 décembre 2003


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  • Relié: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Pocket (1 décembre 2003)
  • Collection : Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0743477979
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743477970
  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 13,2 x 2,8 cm
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Chances are that nothing ever said on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" ("Buffy contre les Vampires") will ever make it into "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations," so Micol Ostow and Steven Brezenoff have attempted to correct for that shortcoming by compiling "The Quotable Slayer." This paperback also presents a more convenient alternative to flipping through your editions of "The Watcher's Guide" for the "Quotable Buffy" or the "Quote of the Week" for each episode, and it also avoids getting into ephemeral language, loose idioms, and mixed etymologies such as Michael Adams provides in "Slayer Slang: A 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Lexicon." What "BtVS" fans get here is a walk down memory lane through the one-liners and choice dialogue from the seven seasons of the show.
"The Quotable Slayer" is divided into sections devoted to Quotable Slayer (1-14); Quotable Watcher (15-23); Quotable Scoobies, which covers Willow, Xander, Angel/Angelus, Cordelia, Spike, Oz, Anya, Riley, Tara, and Dawn (24-81); and Quotable Other People, which includes Faith, Wesley, and Other Others (82-88). For me the key section is "Buffy On..." which looks at the specific topics of Slaying, Authority, Knowledge, Big Bad, Fashion, Food, Holidays, Money, Fear (Itself), War, Evil, Sex/Dating (interesting order, huh?), Friendship, Love, Religion, Miscellaneous, and Quotable Music ("Once More With Feeling") and Quotable Finale ("Chosen") for the big finish (89-202).
For me that lengthy last section is key because I really was hoping "The Quotable Buffy" would be arranged so that you could look by choice Slayer quotes about vampires, parenting, dating, and other modern horrors.
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qui ont eu comme moi la chance de voir les épisodes en VO (sinon il est parfois difficile de retrouver "la traduction" qui en a été donné en français).
Des citations pour tout les goûts : drôles, émouvantes, dramatiques.
On regrette juste un peu le classement, qui sans être anarchique, est quand même un peu particulier.
Tous à vos claviers : un livre a acheter immédiatement!
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The book is really good. The cover and the pages have a sort of "authentic" aspect. The quotes are, of course, great (thanks to Joss Whedon and the other writers). Fans of "Buffy", it's a must-have!
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41 internautes sur 43 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A nice Buffy relic 13 janvier 2004
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Compiling a solid collection of memorable quotes from all seven seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Quotable Slayer is a nice little Buffy relic that long time fans will appreciate. Even though some of the quotes are either condensed or different from what was said on the show (such as Angel's Passion voice over, undoubtadly one of the best quotes from the series) and some of the episode titles are wrong from where the quote was taken from (the talk between Xander and Andrew regarding Anya's fate in the final episode "Chosen"; here it is listed as being from "End of Days"), that aside this is still worth owning for any and every Buffy fan; and you all know who you are.
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Hope they do one for Angel too. 14 décembre 2003
Par "celes1" - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fun little book that compiles many of the most memorable quotes for all seven seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The book covers a wide range of quotes from the hilarious to the touching. I really enjoyed this book but I do have a few complaints. I noticed an error, they have the Xander/Andrew talking about Anya's death quote labeled as coming from "End of Days" instead of "Chosen." I think there may have been a few more mistakes but I'd have to check on those. Also, The book didn't have my favorite quote which is; "For God's sake, man, she's eighteen. And you have the emotional maturity of a blueberry scone. Just have at it, would you, and stop fluttering about." ~ Giles to Wesley (The Prom) Still, If you are a die hard Buffy fan I highly recommend this book. It's good for quick Buffy fixes on the go.
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Buffy the Vampire Slayer: She said quotable things, a lot 28 février 2005
Par Lawrance Bernabo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Chances are that nothing ever said on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" will ever make it into "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations," so Micol Ostow and Steven Brezenoff have attempted to correct for that shortcoming by compiling "The Quotable Slayer." This paperback also presents a more convenient alternative to flipping through your editions of "The Watcher's Guide" for the "Quotable Buffy" or the "Quote of the Week" for each episode, and it also avoids getting into ephemeral language, loose idioms, and mixed etymologies such as Michael Adams provides in "Slayer Slang: A 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Lexicon." What "BtVS" fans get here is a walk down memory lane through the one-liners and choice dialogue from the seven seasons of the show.

"The Quotable Slayer" is divided into sections devoted to Quotable Slayer (1-14); Quotable Watcher (15-23); Quotable Scoobies, which covers Willow, Xander, Angel/Angelus, Cordelia, Spike, Oz, Anya, Riley, Tara, and Dawn (24-81); and Quotable Other People, which includes Faith, Wesley, and Other Others (82-88). For me the key section is "Buffy On..." which looks at the specific topics of Slaying, Authority, Knowledge, Big Bad, Fashion, Food, Holidays, Money, Fear (Itself), War, Evil, Sex/Dating (interesting order, huh?), Friendship, Love, Religion, Miscellaneous, and Quotable Music ("Once More With Feeling") and Quotable Finale ("Chosen") for the big finish (89-202).

For me that lengthy last section is key because I really was hoping "The Quotable Buffy" would be arranged so that you could look by choice Slayer quotes about vampires, parenting, dating, and other modern horrors. But I know that a "Bartlett's" style index where you can find every quote in "The Quotable Slayer" that uses the words "spell," "bloody" or "vengeance demon." If you are looking for a particular quote, say Vamp Willow's "Bored now" from "Doppelgangland," you can figure out the logic of the book well enough to find it pretty quickly. But you need to make allowances that quotes can both be by and be about different people and that sometimes the topic is more important that the speaker.

While walking down memory lane in "The Quotable Slayer" you will find a couple of mistooks that need to be corrupted and it is clear Ostow and Brezenoff are working, at least in part, from original scripts because there are variations and also lines that were cut from what aired. So "The Quotable Slayer" is not a must-have for your "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" library but it is certainly enjoyable on its own terms. Finally, let me take this opportunity to say that the time on "BtVS" when everybody stops and stares at Buffy because she makes a William S. Burroughs reference really should have happened way back in "Enemies" when Buffy said of Faith, "The Girl makes Godot look punctual," because I find it hard to believe that Buffy reads Existential drama (Glad to get that one off of my chest).
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Good and not so good. 14 avril 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
I was so excited when I got this book. Especially when I saw that it contained some of my favorite quotes from the show. Then I read a little closer. There are quite a few quotes that are either attributed to the wrong person or episode and there are no quotes from Glory, The Master, The Mayor and a few other baddies even though there is a big bad section. There are also no quotes from important eps like "The Gift" and there are precious few quotes from "Once More, With Feeling" arguably one of the best episodes of all time. I would have to agree with another reviewer that the Watcher's Guides are much better with the quotes, and may I relate that the final watcher's guide should be out sometime this summer. Considering the price of the book though,I guess you get what you pay for but still use discretion. I would recommend the Watcher's Guide heavily as better solution for your Buffy fix, even if it is more expensive.
12 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Please, save your money 28 août 2005
Par Morgan E. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
This book has so many errors in it I don't know where to begin. Most of the information is wrong. Even if the quote is correct usually who said it or the episode name is wrong. If you are a true Buffy fan you will remember all of the quotes in this book and if not they will be meaningless to you. One good thing about it is that on a day when you have nothing else to do you can sit there and correct all of the mistakes in it. It is possible that I am being overly critical. I am a big enough of a Buffy freak that I can recite all 144 episode names in order so Buffy is one thing that I am very picky about.
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