[Epub] ❤ Old Friends And New Fancies ➞ Sybil G. Brinton – Pocket-bikes.us

Old Friends And New Fancies The First Jane Austen Sequel Ever Written Originally Published In 1914, This Charming And Original Sequel To The Novels Of Jane Austen Intertwines The Lives Of The Most Beloved Characters From All Six Austen Novels With New Characters Of The Author S Devising Inventive Matchmaking Leads Numerous Pairs Of Lovers Through The Inevitable And Entertaining Difficulties They Must Encounter Before They Are United In The End Old Friends And New Fancies Is A Gratifying Read For Any Jane Austen Enthusiast This Is The Ultimate Jane Austen Sequel Virtually All The Characters Left Standing At The End Of The Novels Most Particularly The Unmarried Ones Must All Meet Up Broken Engagements Will Follow, A Few False Trails And Threatened Unacceptable Matches Must Be Endured Before The Forces Of Good Prevail Charles Wenz, Life Member Of The Jane Austen Society

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  • Hardcover
  • Old Friends And New Fancies
  • Sybil G. Brinton
  • English
  • 17 April 2017
  • 0965429911

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  1. says:

    I had to laugh at the subtitle ofOld Friends and New Fanciesan 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 I had to laugh at the subtitle ofOld Friends and New Fanciesan 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 s creative way of imagining rela...


  2. says:

    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 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 sou...


  3. says:

    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 Wowthat 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 struggle 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 Wowthat 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 with this book initially because I could not remember half of the characters and their original novels This, of course, called for a Jane Austen Marathon to re watch all the movies and catch myself up A delightful challenge Having reminded myself of the existence of Mr Yates, William Price, and Mary Crawford, I jumped back in with muchenthusiasm Only to ignore the ...


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    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 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 two of her novels, I decided to go for it And I m glad I did It s really quite good fun You won t find the depth of a genuine Austen novel, but you will find a very pleasant imitation of her style, and a plot whose main object seems to be to link together as many of her characters as possible in one story That s where much of the fun lies it seems entirely natural that Mr Gardiner would be acquainted with John Knightley, that the Wentworths would know William Price, and that Mr Yates w...


  5. says:

    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 a...


  6. says:

    Old friends and New Fancies is a real charmer of a Jane Austen sequel that is really 6 sequels for the price of one The author, Sybil G Brinton, incorporates important characters from all 6 Austen novels to essentially pair off 3 couples that were left unmatched in the original works The story is pretty much based around Pride and Prejudice., her most famous and beloved novel, and whose gentle and shy Georgiana has long been the focus of the most speculation and spinoffs about her future S Old friends and New Fancies is a real charmer of a Jane Austen sequel that is really 6 sequels for the price of one The author, Sybil G Brinton, incorporates important characters from all 6 Austen novels to essentially pair off 3 coup...


  7. says:

    4.5 stars I m liking this spend a Saturday with a vintage novel trend.


  8. says:

    A thoroughly enjoyable, mostly satisfying read Colonel Fitzwilliam is so awesome


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It had a very pleasing tone, quite Austenesque The author brought in so many characters I almost made a diagram to keep all the old and new friends in order I thought some of the author s renderings of Austen s beloved characters were...


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    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 leads 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 severa...

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