it stinks - and it's long - kept on waiting for it to turn around but never did - even timothy west couldn't make this nag run.
yes but found his depiction of american women voices to be irritating - for some reason whenever an american woman speaks mr. west adopts a deeper voice.
most of it
i'm a big fan of trollope and west but this one was a stinker.
Did not like story went on forever did not like narrator. Great language found in mill on the floss not there.
elegant clarity of language
the truthfulness of the characters and the way time is treated
not the old maid but the real hero of the story
of course - anytime anywhere because he's a great writer
his early struggles - when the autobio finished with that it became uninteresting mostly
at first i couldn't stand him - but he grew on me until i felt that i was listening to trollope himself
when trollope was a poor schoolboy
different narrator because i may just be forced into spending more money because i know it's got to be better
the europeans - excellent narrator
breathing and pausing and making noises with his moth
the clarity of the characters
the portrayal of rebeca and her father issac
the first lists
girth being held by thieves
the characters - the narration
the final chapters
beautiful expressive voice
felix and mr. Wentworth at the end -
smiley the character is one of the most enjoyable characters in fiction - he's a hero and so common at the same time
interrogation of gregoriev
karla in dehli jail
the reader jayston is just so good
take it out of the classic books of the19th century
make it not so ridiculously soap operish
doesn't do character that well
go back to english novels
romantic love squared
portrayal of the life style of the new york in the 19th century
all the characters - he does it so well - they each have such distinct voices
just a very tight story about a family and an era and a society that was beautifully and insightfully written
just loved all the characters and the story just moved right along - sorry it ended so soon
the shock of the storyline - couldn't believe it in victorian times
the doctor who timothy west plays to perfection - makes you see that person.
as much as i love mr. west i am always amused the way he portrays american women with a deep voice
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