From School Library Journal
Michele Snyder, Chappaqua Public Library, NY
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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** spoiler alert ** Utterly tragic. Why must so many of these great classics lead one down the path of baptism by anguish? This book hurt too good.Published 5 days ago by Chauncey
The book is incredible when connecting the history of the author and the influences she has used form the enlightenment authors she was surrounded by including her father Goodwin. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jessica Angelus
A very poignant story which reflects the prejudices of then and today. So much more depth than any of the movies have ever been able to achieve.Published 7 days ago by Jimmy Brown
This is not the 1818 edition. The 1818 edition is in many ways superior to the 1831, and this edition was listed as an 1818. I therefore prescribed it for my students. Read morePublished 9 days ago by RSB
The styles of storytelling have definitely changed in the almost 200 years since this book's original publication; it was almost 100% narrative, which got tedious. Read morePublished 10 days ago by JamieGamer
Not what I expected. Horror story? A very interesting story of human development and the learning process. A recommended read.Published 11 days ago by Gary M.