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Besar la bruixa : contes vells amb vestit nou

Besar la bruixa : contes vells amb vestit nou


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Emma is the youngest of eight children of Frances and Denis Donoghue. She attended Catholic convent schools in Dublin, apart from one year in New York at the age of ten. In 1990 she earned a first-class honours BA in English and French from University College Dublin, and in 1997 a PhD (on the concept of friendship between men and women in eighteenth-century English fiction) from the University of

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  • Amalia Gavea

    ‘’There are some tales not for telling, whether because they are too long, too precious, too laughable, too painful, too easy to need telling or too hard to explain.’’ I feel that this quot...

  • Rachel

    Frustratingly simplistic. These are easy reversals of fairy tales, and stand or fall based entirely on the reader's agreement with the reversal, rather than as stories on their own. I like the idea of...

  • Stef Rozitis

    Out of all the (so far 72) books I have read this year, this one was DEFINITELY my favourite, and yet I know it won't be for everyone. It's a group of short stories, familiar fairy tales rewritten to ...

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)

    4.5 stars. This is a very creative, atmospheric book of fairy tale retellings, with some of the best writing I've ever seen. I love how three-dimensional some of the tales are, and how she got these l...

  • Zen

    "Climbing to the witch's cave one day, / I called out, / Who were you / before you came to live here?/ And she said, / Will I tell you my own story? / It is a tale of a kiss."Do you ever find a book a...

  • Jackikellum

    At first glance, Kissing the Witch appears to be a simple anthology of fairy-like tales. Upon deeper reading, it becomes clear that the separate stories are fragments—or different points of viewing ...

  • BrokenTune

    "Climbing to the witch’s cave one day, I called out,Who were youbefore you came to live here?And she said, Will I tell you my own story?It is a tale of a kiss." I had heard of Emma Donoghue mostly b...

  • Holly Dunn

    I picked this up because Kirsty Logan of The Gracekeepers said that it was very influential for her. These are fairytale retellings with a feminist twist. They’re also stacked like Russian dolls, so...

  • J.G. Keely

    Donoghue combines self-righteous messages with blatantly didactic interior monologues which can only appeal to those already believing everything she says. She spurs no thought which was not already t...

  • Liz Janet

    If I were to use one word to describe this book, it would be clever. “Change for your own sake, if you must, not for what you imagine another will ask of you.” These are considered fairytale re-te...

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