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kindle Í The Watsons à Jane Austen With her estranged father and siblings Initially delighted with her new life—including the fashionable society balls to which she now has access—Emma soon realizes that her family harbors many ill feelings not least those springing from the sisters' hopes—and disappointments—in snaring a husband So when the eligible and suitably rich Tom Musgro

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The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback Jane Austen was an English novelist whose works of romantic fiction set among the landed gentry earned her a place as one of the most widely read writers in English literature her realism and biting social commentary cementing her historical importance among scholars and critics Austen lived her entire life as part of a close knit family located on the lower fringes of the English landed gentr.

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The WatsonsVe begins to transfer his affections from her sister Margaret to Emma the result can only be further sibling rivalry and unrest A delightful exuisitely drawn portrait of family life The Watsons is Jane Austen at her storytelling best Author of the masterpieces Pride and Prejudice and Emma Jane Austen – is one of the most beloved novelists of all time

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  • Cyndi

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsThis is a good lesson for all writersfinish your story Someday people will be salivating to know what happens next and you won't be able to tell them I can just picture a young Jane reading over this story and thinking I don't know where to go with this story I'll just set it aside and go back to it later Two hundred years later we're begging to know what happens next? Does Emma find a Knightly or a Darcy? Does Lord Osbourne turn out to be a nice guy? What do


  • Jason Koivu

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsTwo stars seems pretty low especially for an Austen but this is an unfinished work after all and as such it's actually uite goodThe problem is that the unfinished part seems mostly to be the plot The Watsons meanders along uite aimlessly A pretty girl goes to a ball There is an unsuitable but nice young man there who all the ladies adore but who is not marriage material There's an old man about to die so his meager fortunate will probably be past on to his bevy of women There's always an old man with a trunkload of women to look after in Austen's books and there is a bit of controversy between said women mostly regarding matrimonial affairs It's all very ho hum and in need of a tension injection Austen had gotten uite a few words on paper before this was


  • Marts (Thinker)

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsWhen you think of Jane Austen you think great novels like 'Pride and Prejudice' 'Sense and Sensibility' 'Northanger Abbey' 'Mansfield Park' But there are other works by Jane that aren't that popular and one of them is 'The Watsons' actually adding to the unpopularity is the fact that the tale is unfinished The Watsons tells the tale of Emma Watson the youngest daughter of a clergyman who has actually been raised by her wealthy aunt When her aunt decides to re marry she has to go back to her father's house and her siblings Due to her refined upbringing her thoughts and manners differ much but she must adjust to the arrangements


  • Marlene

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The Watsons I am sorry for her anxieties said Emma To be so bent on marriage to pursue a man merely for the sake of situation is a sort of thing that shocks me; I cannot understand it Poverty is a great evil; but to a woman of education and feeling it ought not it cannot be the greatest I would rather be teacher at a school and I can think of nothing worse than marry a man I did not like The Watsons by Jane Austen is an unfinished novel never published until decades later in 1871 within the pages of A Memoir of Jane Austen Written by Jane Austen's nephew this is now available as a free Kindle book At some point my husband and I obtained the Audible version of The Watsons narrated by Beth Kesler The narration was very lovely with a British accentRating 5 starsNarration 5 starsThe heroine Emma Watson 19 has returned to her original home after a years long absence Like Frank Churchill in


  • classic reverie

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsI am a big Jane Austen fan have read all or thought I read all she had to offer her readers until I came across several unfinished earlier later novels as well as writings from her teenage years Her first well known novel was Sense Sensibility published in 1811 Jane was born December 16 1775 she began writing The Watsons in 1803 but did not finish this novel it is s


  • Sotiris Karaiskos

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsOne of Jane Austen's unfinished novels which the writer left early writing only five chapters It seems to be the beginning of a story that closely resembles the writer's life at that time It's heroine is a young woman who is facing some financial difficulties and above all the social pressure to marry to stop being a financial burden to her family We do not know why she stopped writing but it is certain that its autobiographical character in an emotionally difficult period of her life made it difficult to continue Of course because of its small size of the snippet there can be no real review but I think I can say that it was the beginning of something uite interestingΈνα από τα η


  • Minnie

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The Watsons5I may have to take back my earlier statement about Sanditon having potentially become Austen's best work if finished and bestow it on The Watsons The beginning was perhaps a little brisk but Austen's dialogue uickly started working its usual sparkling effect and brought the characters to full technicolor life


  • DJ

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsI wonder why Jane Austen decided not to finish this book? It had the makings seemingly of a good classic Austen novel I can’t guarantee that the plot or characters wouldn’t have gotten tedious had it continued into a long book but as a fragment it was enjoyable and Emma was likeable


  • Jessica

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsOne of Austen's earliest works and unfinished this was really interesting There are bits and pieces that clearly made it into other works It reminded me of Mansfield Park mostly but there were hints of Pride Prejudice and Persuasion as well I noticed a number names that pop up in other books as well The three stars are because it's really just fragments that run together They go to a ball then suddenly the ball is over and some brothers c


  • Ana

    The Watsons kindle Ï Paperback The WatsonsThis was a great start for a novel but unfortunately it's only the start Only 5 chapters were written and while it has been sufficient to endear Emma and Elisabeth to me I need An Austen heroine is always a lovable but flawed one and I'm dying to know her character betterSince Joan Aiken took on the project of writing a full book I'm going to look into Emma Watson