Vecchi amici e nuovi amori I libri che amiamo finiscono sempre troppo presto Girata anche l ultima pagina siamo invasi da una pungente malinconia per quel racconto che ha toccato la nostra vita e poi si chiuso per sempre Quest

  • Title: Vecchi amici e nuovi amori
  • Author: Sybil G. Brinton Camilla Caporicci
  • ISBN: 9788890607639
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • I libri che amiamo finiscono sempre troppo presto Girata anche l ultima pagina, siamo invasi da una pungente malinconia per quel racconto che ha toccato la nostra vita e poi si chiuso per sempre Questo ci che prova un devoto Janeite alla fine di ogni storia nata dalla penna di Jane Austen Esattamente un secolo fa, lo stesso sentimento deve aver tormentato Sybil GraI libri che amiamo finiscono sempre troppo presto Girata anche l ultima pagina, siamo invasi da una pungente malinconia per quel racconto che ha toccato la nostra vita e poi si chiuso per sempre Questo ci che prova un devoto Janeite alla fine di ogni storia nata dalla penna di Jane Austen Esattamente un secolo fa, lo stesso sentimento deve aver tormentato Sybil Grace Brinton, spingendola, inconsapevole di dare inizio a un genere letterario fortunatissimo, a scrivere Vecchi amici e nuovi amori , il primo sequel austeniano di cui si abbia notizia, pubblicato proprio nel 1913 dall editore londinese Holden Hardingham Un gioco letterario che tenta di portare tutti in una volta sulla scena i personaggi principali dei romanzi canonici della cara zia Jane Ci ritroviamo cos in una sorta di famiglia allargata, molto simile, per inciso, a quella reale di Jane Austen, dove i rapporti di parentela si uniscono a quelli riguardanti amici e conoscenti, in una ragnatela di relazioni che porta a compimento molti dei destini, in particolare matrimoniali, lasciati in sospeso nei romanzi austeniani dall Introduzione di Giuseppe Ierolli.

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    1. I had to laugh at the subtitle of Old Friends and New Fancies - an imaginary sequel? I don't know. It seemed like a real book to me. But it was written in 1919, before anyone had invented the word "fanfiction" so I suppose "imaginary sequel" was the best description they could come up with. It's interesting that the first published Austen paraliterature is also the best I've ever read – a delightfully rambly story that includes characters from all six of the original Austen novels. The author' [...]

    2. The original ~ 1914 ~ Jane Austen fan-fiction. Initial reaction? I finally finished it!!! Are you sure that was only 377 pages? It felt like 3,000.Second reaction? Wowat was really, really satisfying. In this "imaginary sequel" to Jane Austen's novels, Sybil G. Brinton takes all the secondary characters from Austen's six major novels and pairs them up. Ever wonder what happened to Kitty Bennett, Georgiana Darcy, Anne Steele, or James Morland? Well, now is your chance to find out! I struggled wit [...]

    3. Old Friends and New Fancies, first published in 1913, holds the distinction of being the first ever "sequel" or continuation of Jane Austen's novels, a type of book that has become practically a genre to itself nowadays. I'd heard of it before, but was always hesitant to read it because I just couldn't see anybody being able to do justice to Austen's characters, even a hundred years ago. But after reading a friend's enthusiastic review, and happening to be in an Austenish mood after re-reading t [...]

    4. This book has the honor of being the first sequel to Jane Austen's books ever written. This brave attempt by Ms. Brinton was published in 1913. That being said, the authors attempt at writing a sequel and trying to include characters from Jane Austen's six major novels was, in my opinion very successful. I would recommend being familiar with all six novels before reading this sequel, as you will appreciate and understand all the characters. Those six novels are: Pride and Prejudice (Barnes & [...]

    5. Mon avis en FrançaisMy English reviewQuand j’ai vu la sortie de ce livre, j’avoue que j’ai été très curieuse. Je suis fan des dérivés de tout ce qui touche à Orgueil et Préjugés et maintenant que j’ai lu Emma, j’étais intriguée par le fait que nous retrouvions certains des personnages connus des histoires. Mais ce n’est pas tout, car nous avons aussi la chance de retrouver d’autres protagonistes provenant des autres écrits de l’auteur. Cependant, je pense que le fait [...]

    6. Review originally posted on Diary of an EccentricWritten in 1913 and published the following year, Old Friends and New Fancies is considered the first-ever Jane Austen sequel. Sybil G. Brinton manages to believably bring together characters from all six of Austen’s novels to create happily-ever-afters for several secondary characters. The book centers on the romantic ups and downs of Georgiana Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam (Pride and Prejudice), whose broken engagement in the first chapter lea [...]

    7. 3,5/5 plutôtL'histoire se déroule après la fin des six romans principaux de Jane Austen, mêle les différentes intrigues et met en avant les personnages secondaires. Pour ces raisons, je conseille vivement de lire tout Jane Austen avant de se lancer dans celui-ci (même si c'est ce que je recommande de toutes façons d'une manière générale). Ici, cela vous évitera de vous spoiler mais vous aidera aussi grandement à comprendre les relations et le passif des uns et des autres. De Darcy à [...]

    8. I haven’t read that many Austen sequels yet but I have read a few and I am happy to announce that this one just became a favourite. It was interesting to learn that this story, written in 1913, was the first ever sequel to the Austen books and contrary to many being written today it combines the characters of the several novels.There is much to love in the story, we revisit familiar characters who may or may not be old favourites, we have the restraint and manners of the Austen stories and we [...]

    9. Bottom line: Austen fans will enjoy reading about familiar characters. HoweverThis book reminded me of the sixth season of Gilmore Girls; familiar characters and settings, with all the humor and vitality sucked out. The good news is that this illuminates the extent to which Austen was a truly gifted writer. But I'm not sure fans need any convincing in that department.The author relies way too much on the reader's familiarity with Austen's novels and characters. I've re-read all six Austen novels [...]

    10. I was interested in reading this since it is apparently the first Austen fanfic ever published, but I'm sorry I spent any money on it. As soon as I realized that the author had killed off Colonel Brandon I had a feeling I wasn't going to like it, and when Mary Crawford came back on the scene I was sure I wouldn't. A lot of the characters only have the same names and backstories as the original Austen characters; they don't act anything like them. I would skip this one.

    11. In realtà sono 4 stelle e mezzo Soprattutto negli ultimi anni i "derivati" austeniani si sono moltiplicati a vista d'occhio, prequel, sequel, variazioni, cambi di punti di vista. Io stessa ho letto molti di questi libri ( giusto qualche nome: le serie di Carrie Bebris e Stephanie Barron, le variazioni di Abigail Reynolds, i diari di Amanda Grange). E poi film, telefilm, film per la tv, fumetti Ebbene, il libro di Sybil G. Brinton è il capostipite di tutto questo filone! Venne infatti pubblicat [...]

    12. De Darcy à Wentworth (Old friends and new fancies en VO) est la toute première fanfiction inspirée de l’oeuvre de Jane Austen, publiée pour la première fois en 1913. Elle met notamment en scène Elizabeth Darcy, son époux le charismatique Mr Darcy, et bien d’autres personnages que l’on adore, en particulier des personnages secondaires, comme le Colonel Fizwilliam, Kitty Bennet ou encore Mary CrawfordAnciennes connaissances et nouvelles amitiés se rencontrent, s’approchent ou s’ [...]

    13. This "imaginary sequel" to the novels of Jane Austen is distinct from the plethora of published Austen fan fiction in two ways. Firstly, it is the first such work ever published, in 1913, which made it of interest to me (I probably wouldn't have sought it out otherwise). Secondly, it includes characters from all six of Austen's novels, a very ambitious undertaking which makes for quite a crowded book.While nothing in the style of writing or characterization grated, the language did seem a little [...]

    14. Who was this mysterious Sybill G. Brinton? History records very little about her more than her dates of birth and death. She was childless and no known photograph of her exists! What a shame she never wrote anything else. I found her book to be delightful. All the major Jane Austen characters are back and no one, by the end of the book, remains single. Because this book was written in 1913 (says so on the cover), the turn of phrase and general style is much more like Jane's than anything these m [...]

    15. Written in 1913, this was billed as the first Jane Austen fanfic ever written (but ahem, how do they know???). It's actually less awful than some other Austen-related books I've read--at least it avoids creating its plot out of the premise that one of the happy Austen couples suddenly has a horrible misunderstanding that ruins their marriage/happiness until it's solved super easily in the denouement of the book. Unfortunately, that didn't stop the book from having a similar kind of irritating pl [...]

    16. This one is my favourite of the various Jane Austen spin-offs. The language is right, the story is smart, and it feels correct to the time and place. While I didn't agree with some of the author's conclusions, some of them were spot on. Very much recommended.For the longer review, please go here:epinions/review/Book_O

    17. Ever wondered what happened to Jane Austen's characters after the books ended? This book, originally written in 1913, gets together all of Austen's characters, who have managed to meet each other and become good friends (for the most part - nobody like those awful Robert Ferrars or Sir Walter Elliott) and furnishes some nice romances for some of the minor characters.

    18. La première "austenerie" de l'histoire ! En effet, l'original a été écrit début 1900 et ça se sent dans la manière dont l'auteure traite les relations entre les personnages. En effet, ici, pas de risques d'attitudes inappropriées pour l'époque ni de scènes érotiques (et ça fait VRAIMENT du bien 👍) . Les personnages sont très fidèles aux originaux, on sent le travail de l'auteure qui a du lire et relire et rerelire les romans de Jane pour écrire le sien (la fan ficqueuse qui est [...]

    19. The first ever JAFF, and in my opinion, the best! Sybil Brinton unites the main characters of ALL Jane Austen's books in order to tie up the two loose ends of Pride and Prejudice (Georgiana Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam). The writing style is closer to Austen's than many others I have read, although the edition I read had some typographical and spelling errors. The story also moves a little slowly, but frankly, I find that to be true of Austen as well. It takes them a bit to pick up speed. The c [...]

    20. It was delightful to visit old friends from Jane Austen classics Pride & Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, Mansfield Park, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion and Emma. In this imaginary sequel, characters from the aforementioned novels mix among each other, forming new relationships. It is strongly recommended to have read the original novels before reading this book, or it will be very difficult to keep the characters straight or understand much of the subtext.

    21. This is a well written sequel that includes characters from 5 of Jane Austen's books. It is entertaining and in the style of a Jane Austen. It could have been her own work and I would recommend it to any Jane Austen fan.

    22. A Wonderful Intertwining of Familiar CharactersMs. Brunton achieved a wonderful intertwining of Familiar characters with satisfying results. Having just completed reading all Ms. Austen's works helped me tremendously in keeping characters straight. Great fun!

    23. Nota Geral: 2.8/5Escrita: 2.5Cenário: 2.5Originalidade: 3Personagens: 2.5Suspense: 3Humor: 3Romance: 3Capa: 3Aditivo: 3Previsível: 2.5

    24. Il primo sequel Austeniano della storia (e credo anche uno dei primissimi sequel letterari non ufficiali in generale) si è rivelato una lettura gradevole e brillante, e mi ha fatto molto piacere tornare in quel mondo che ho tanto amato e in cui adoro rifare capolino di tanto in tanto (magari con le opere incompiute, o qualche adattamento cinematografico particolarmente riuscito). Si sente la freschezza di un libro che intanto non doveva sgomitare sullo scaffale con mille prodotti analoghi e qui [...]

    25. Lost in Austen- Molto prima che Amanda Price si perdesse a Longbourn; - Prima dei tempi sospetti in cui la televisione ed il cinema potessero influenzare l’immaginario collettivo con i personaggi austeniani che automaticamente vengono personificati da questo o da quell’attore; - Prima che gli sceneggiatori ci influenzassero con la loro interpretazione dei romanzi; - Prima del boom dei sequel e degli spin-off, spesso inquinati da presenze aliene di zombie e di vampiri, Sybil G. Brinton, nel l [...]

    26. It seems that there is a new Jane Austen sequel being published every week and for Jane Austen fans, this is a wonderful opportunity to once again inhabit in the elegant but hilarious world of Austen’s Regency period romantic comedies. “Old Friends and New Fancies,” written in 1913 by Sybil G. Brinton stands out from the sequel crowd for a couple of reasons. Number one, it was the first Austen-inspired sequel ever written and two, it has a rather ambitious objective: to combine the princip [...]

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