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TagsFiction by Women Writers (189), Fiction (140), Virago (56), Lives and Literature (47), Memoir (46), Short Stories (41), Classics Greece and Rome (33), History (32), Lives lived (31), Women's Lives (28) — see all tags

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I realized after I left that last message that the character you posted there was a French one. Other people must have this issue (unless your particular keyboard is defective in that it won't let you select between the characters) You should start a thread on the subject and see if anyone has a suggestion.

I've neglected my Cather reading over the years. I know she is highly regarded, and I believe I read My Antonia in high school, but I need to catch up with her. I also recently acquired Death Comes for the Archbishop. Thanks for the recommendation!
Sounds to me like you got a non-standard keyboard. Do any of the other characters behave oddly?
I appreciated your review of A Few Green Leaves and am glad to find I'm not the only one who found it boring! Thanks for posting your thoughts :-)
I have not. Should I?

Here is what I have read re Brontes:

230 Jane Eyre, by Charlotte Bronte (read 20 Jan 1946 - re-read 29 Nov 1973)
231 Wuthering Heights, by Emily Bronte (read 23 Jan 1946 - re-read 8 Dec 1973)
1253 The Brontes: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Ian Gregor (read 11 Dec 1973)
1254 Agnes Grey, by Anne Bronte (read 16 Dec 1973)
1255 The Tenant of Wildfell Hall, by Anne Bronte (read 22 Dec 1973)
1256 The Bewitched Parsonage: The Story of the Brontes, by William Stanley Braithwaite (read 23 Dec 1973)
1257 Branwell Bronte, by Winifred Gerin (read 28 Dec 1973)
1643 Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte (read 13 Jul 1981)
1649 Villette, by Charlotte Bronte (read 31 July 1981)
1650 Unquiet Soul: A Biography of Charlotte Bronte, by Margot Peters (read 4 Aug 1981)
1651 The Brontes, by Brian Wilks (read 5 Aug 1981)
2191 Haworth Parsonage: A Picture of the Bronte Family, by Isabel C. Clarke (read 27 Feb 1989)
2638 The Brontes of Haworth: The World Within, Selected and Introduced by Juliet Gardiner (read 21 Aug 1994)
I noticed you rated Margot Peters's Unquiet Soul with one star, whereas i thought it nearly a perfect biography. But I see you rate five of the six books shown above with one star. Do you rate any book with five stars? Just curious.
And here I am too!
My friend Cate mentioned me, and so I felt I had to pay you a visit.
I will go through your library with pleasure, as soon as I have a bit of time. I am so pleased you joined the Virago group. When I started it (I don't even remember when) I would have never imagined it would become so popular!
Just like you (I know because I happened to read your comment in Cate's page), I joined LT because I wanted to catalogue my Viragos. Since then, I have come to love this site, and the people in it. It is a wonderful community, as you will very soon come to realize.
I like "lapassionata", and I am sure it fully becomes you!
Happy reading and best of luck in finding many Viragos you don't already have.

Paola :-))
Hello! I saw your post on the Virago thread and it was just like your name...passionate!
I have many Viragos but so many are still unread. You've sparked my interest, once again,
in Marcella!

We share similar interests in women's writing and I see we share 75 books. Aluvalibri is
has a fabulous library as well also specializing in women's literature.

Looking forward to seeing around the Virago group more often!

Kind regards,
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