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Sanditon : leikkiä ja totta por Jane Austen
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Sanditon : leikkiä ja totta (original 1975; edição 1998)

por Jane Austen, Marja Helanen-Ahtola ((KAnt.)), Eräs toinen nainen.,

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'no person could be really well . . . without spending at least six weeks by the sea every year' In Sanditon, Jane Austen writes what may well be the first seaside novel: a novel, that is, that explores the mysterious and startling transformations that a stay by the sea can work on individuals and relationships. Sanditon is a fictitious place on England's south coast and the obsession of local landowner Mr Thomas Parker. He means to transform this humble fishing village into a fashionable health resort to rival its famous neighbours of Brighton and Eastbourne. The seaside holiday was invented in the eighteenth century, with resorts springing up along England's extensive coastline to take advantage of the craze for salt-water bathing. For Jane Austen, a keen bather, the seaside was a place where the female body might enjoy unusual permitted freedom. In Persuasion, the novel she finished only months before she began Sanditon, the sea and coast elicit rare moments of sensuous delight. In this her final, unfinished work, the dying writer sets aside her familiar subject matter, the country village with its settled community, for the transient and eccentric assortment of people who drift to the new resort, the town built upon sand. If the ground beneath her characters' feet appears less secure, Austen's own vision is opening out. Light and funny, Sanditon is her most experimental and poignant work.… (mais)
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Título:Sanditon : leikkiä ja totta
Autores:Jane Austen
Outros autores:Marja Helanen-Ahtola ((KAnt.)), Eräs toinen nainen.,
Informação:Heenlinna : Karisto, 1998.
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Sanditon: Jane Austen's Last Novel Completed por Jane Austen (1975)

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    merry10: Reginald Hill makes a homage to Jane Austen, basing the structure of the novel and character names on Sanditon, Jane Austen's unfinished novel.
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Since this is an unfinished novel by Jane Austen, I am not going assign a rating. It is a shame Austen had her life cut short while writing this and there are only 12 chapters. One main character (Sidney Parker) is introduced in the last chapter, so one could only guess what Austen's intentions were regarding his interactions or potential relationship with another character. I did enjoy the writing and direction the novel was headed in though.

I recently watched the Masterpiece Theatre version of this book, adapted by Andrew Davies (think Downton Abbey). The unfinished novel left Davies with ample room to add to the story and exaggerate. I don't want to give away any spoilers, but some aspects of Davies screenplay seemed completely un-Austen like.
  This-n-That | Mar 5, 2020 |
While this is unfortunately an unfinished work, it’s worth reading if you’re a Jane Austen fan.

This gets off to a somewhat slow start as it’s busy introducing characters and setting the scene of this close-knit seaside community, plus rather than immediately settling in with one of the heroines, it begins with Mr. Parker who’s a bit on the tedious side (though as is common for Austen’s novels she does wring some humor out of his tedium as well as his hypochondriac siblings).

Sadly Sanditon stops before there was time enough to truly dig into the personalities of the three heroines, Charlotte, Miss Lambe (a mixed race character which could have been refreshing for a book of this era depending on how she might have developed) and Clara, but I was intrigued by Edward’s villainous intentions, it seemed like that could get pretty juicy in a conflicting Henry Crawford sort of way.

I haven’t watched the mini-series of this yet, but you could definitely see why someone would want to expand on this story, there’s a ton of potential here. ( )
  SJGirl | Feb 27, 2020 |
The parts that Jane Austen wrote are excellent, the completion is a bad Regency Romance.
  amyem58 | Dec 30, 2019 |
What a task to take on, finishing the writing of Jane Austen's unfinished last novel Sandition.

Austen wrote the first 11 chapters of this book and another author finished the story in the style of Austen. Even though the reader knows exactly where Austen's part of the story leaves off, it's very easy to feel like she wrote the whole story. The interactions between the characters, the heroes, the villains, the love triangles and the confusions are all very Austen. And if you want, of course, the story to end happily you will be very happy. ( )
  Mishale1 | Dec 29, 2018 |
Although superficially like Austen I found the events of the final chapters unlikely. ( )
  ritaer | Aug 17, 2017 |
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A gentleman and a lady travelling from Tunbridge towards that part of the Sussex coast which lies between Hastings and Eastbourne, being induced by business to quit the high road and attempt a very rough lane, were overturned in toiling up its long ascent, half rock, half sand.
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Novel left unfinished by Jane Austen at her death and later completed by Anne Telscombe (pseudonym). Sometime published anonymously "by Jane Austen and Another Lady", sometimes published by Anne Telscombe, sometimes published by Marie Dobbs (Telscombe's real name).
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'no person could be really well . . . without spending at least six weeks by the sea every year' In Sanditon, Jane Austen writes what may well be the first seaside novel: a novel, that is, that explores the mysterious and startling transformations that a stay by the sea can work on individuals and relationships. Sanditon is a fictitious place on England's south coast and the obsession of local landowner Mr Thomas Parker. He means to transform this humble fishing village into a fashionable health resort to rival its famous neighbours of Brighton and Eastbourne. The seaside holiday was invented in the eighteenth century, with resorts springing up along England's extensive coastline to take advantage of the craze for salt-water bathing. For Jane Austen, a keen bather, the seaside was a place where the female body might enjoy unusual permitted freedom. In Persuasion, the novel she finished only months before she began Sanditon, the sea and coast elicit rare moments of sensuous delight. In this her final, unfinished work, the dying writer sets aside her familiar subject matter, the country village with its settled community, for the transient and eccentric assortment of people who drift to the new resort, the town built upon sand. If the ground beneath her characters' feet appears less secure, Austen's own vision is opening out. Light and funny, Sanditon is her most experimental and poignant work.

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