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11 edition of The bride"s farewell found in the catalog.

The bride"s farewell

by Meg Rosoff

  • 312 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Viking in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Young women -- Fiction,
  • Fiances -- Fiction,
  • England -- Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMeg Rosoff.
    GenreFiction
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3568.O84195 B75 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23175253M
    ISBN 109780670020997
    LC Control Number2009008887

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    On the morning of her wedding, Pell Ridley creeps out of bed in the dark, kisses her sisters goodbye and flees. She takes the only thing that truly belongs to her: Jack, a white horse. The road ahead is rich with longing, silence and secrets, and each encounter leads her closer to the untold story of her past. Like the works of Philip Pullman and Sue Monk Kidd, The Bride's Farewell will resonate with readers of all ages as it grapples with timeless questions of how to live, how to love, and how to be true to one's self. From the Trade Paperback edition.

    With all the hallmarks of Meg Rosoff's extraordinary writing, The Bride's Farewell also breaks new ground for this author, in a nineteenth century, Hardyesque setting. This is a moving story of love and lost things, with a core of deep, beautiful romance. 12 yrs+ Read more. Chinese prospective brides of old would sometimes choose to drown themselves rather than suffer domestic slavery. But Pell Ridley, the Victorian heroine .


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Meg Rosoff’s novel The Bride’s Farewell has the ingredients of a fine story: a scenic rural setting and a headstrong heroine mix with the author’s refined prose in a tale of self-discovery. Ultimately, the story is just fine.

Okay. But for a writer of Rosoff’s caliber, being mediocre is /5. THE BRIDE'S FAREWELL is a novel about journeys, about the literal and figurative quest to find one's place in the world. Not surprisingly, given its nearly constant sense of motion, the book starts out immediately with its heroine, Pell Ridley, leaving her childhood home in the dark of night/5(34).

Like the works of Philip Pullman and Sue Monk Kidd, The Bride's Farewell will resonate with readers of all ages as it grapples with timeless questions of how to live, how to love, and how to be true to one's self/5(34).

About The Bride’s Farewell A young woman runs away from home and finds love in the most unexpected place In Meg Rosoff’s fourth novel, a young woman in s rural England runs away from home on horseback the day she’s to marry her childhood sweetheart.

Fiction Book Review: The Bride's Farewell by Meg Rosoff, Author. Viking $ (p) ISBN Pell Ridley is the adventurous heroine in. The Bride's Farewell is her first historical novel, set in the 19th century, and has been widely compared with Hardy. Pell rises early, leaving her wedding dress spread out on a chair, saddles her.

The Bride’s Farewell is a short book but the story is not. This is half the opposite of Sidney Sheldon’s books. His books are big, and the story spans several generations. The information about The Bride's Farewell shown above was first featured in "The BookBrowse Review" - BookBrowse's online-magazine that keeps our members abreast of notable and high-profile books publishing in the coming weeks.

In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. The Bride's Farewell, her fourth novel, is set in the 19th century, in the ragged, savage rural economy of Thomas Hardy, where to be both poor and female is as good as being born invisible.

Rosoff specialises in feisty heroines, and her main character here, Pell Ridley Author: Olivia Laing. In her latest book, The Bride's Farewell, author Meg Rosoff takes us to rural England in the 19th century.

In the ultimate case of "cold feet" heroine Pell Ridley is the runaway bride - shunning all the traditionally accepted ideas of "the woman's place"/5(21). Bride’s Farewell. It would be easy to bring up the site and have students pick certain topics to research and relate them to The Bride’s Farewell.

The Victorian Web is a very informative, easy to use, and entertaining website. “Meg Rosoff Talking About The Bride’s Farewell.” YouTube. Puffin Books, Web. Accessed Octo   Rosoff conveys this haunting sense of vastness and space with surprising vividness.

The Bride's Farewell is intricately structured with characters and events intertwining in unexpected ways. As a result the book is filled with surprising twists that, by its conclusion, make perfect sense as parts of the whole/5(17).

The Bride's Farewell. Author: Meg Rosoff. In she published a children's book, Meet Wild Boars, which was illustrated by Sophie Blackall. Her second novel, Just in Case, was published in and won the CILIP Carnegie Medal and Germany's Jugendliteraturpreis.

THE BRIDE’S FAREWELL. by Meg Rosoff. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON Rosoff, author of several books for children and young adults, plunges readers straight into the story of Pell Ridley, whose impoverished family is dominated by her alcoholic, violent father. Accompanied by her mute stepbrother Bean, both of them riding on her horse Jack, Pell is.

The Bride's Farewell A gripping, poetic coming-of-age tale, which considers issues as relevant to 21st century teenage experience as they were in Pell’s. With its brooding and atmospheric nineteenth century setting, Meg Rosoff's The Bride's Farewell is a romantic novel that continues to haunt and captivate the reader long after reading.

On the morning of her wedding, Pell Ridley creeps out of bed in the dark, kisses her sisters goodbye and flees - determined to escape a future that offers nothing.

Set in England during the 19th century, The Bride’s Farewell tells the story of Pell Ridley, a strong-willed young woman who escapes from her impoverished family right before the day she’s supposed to get married. Her mute half-brother forces her to bring him along, and they face danger, separation, and near-starvation while meeting a variety of people both helpful.

When I read a Meg Rosoff novel, I treat the book as if I am pursuing a gem. So clearly I had high expectations for The Bride's Farewell. Meg Rosoff's new novel has been one of my most anticipated reads of I am delighted to say that I was not disappointed in the least.

Quite the contrary, in fact.5/5(2). Like the works of Philip Pullman and Sue Monk Kidd, The Bride's Farewell will resonate with readers of all ages as it grapples with timeless questions of how to live, how to love, and how to be true to one's self.

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