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Title : Adele: A Tale
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ISBN : 9781342145093
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 324 Pages
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Adele: A Tale Reviews

  • MrsRK
    2018-11-29 02:34

    This is a lovely, old-fashioned tale, extremely well written, with a poetic lean to it. Some of the images are very much like poems. Well, it was published in 1857 and I was lucky enough to get the three volumes published that very year. What a beautiful volume--so far I finished the first one, since, as always, I have four other irons on the fire... Adèle is the kind of book for people who love stories that could never happen in our modern time. And I don't mean because it would be unlikely, but because of difference in eras. Modern fiction to me has gone down deeper and deeper into the pith of negativeness, cynicism, of the darkest darkness of the human soul. I like air, sun and what is positive. Somehow I don't think all humans are highly flawed. Perhaps because I know so many nice people. But, again, perhaps I am the wrong one, lol!