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Emily auf der Moon-Farm
Emily auf der Moon-Farm
Emily auf der Moon-Farm
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Emily auf der Moon-Farm

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Die Klassiker-Reihe von Lucy Maud Montgomery als eBook! Nach "Anne auf Green Gables" erzählte die weltweit bekannte Autorin die Geschichte vom Waisenkind Emily und ihrem Traum, eine große Schriftstellerin zu werden. Nostalgie-Spaß für Jugendliche und Erwachsene!

Ausgerechnet die herrische alte Tante Elizabeth soll das Waisenkind Emily aufnehmen. Auf New Moon, Emilys neuer Heimat, macht ihr nicht nur die strenge Tante das Leben schwer. Aber das kleine Mädchen mit dem ungebrochenen Stolz lässt sich nicht unterkriegen, besonders nicht, wenn es um seine große Leidenschaft geht: Emily will Schriftstellerin werden ...
SpracheDeutsch
HerausgeberLoewe Verlag
Erscheinungsdatum12. Dez. 2016
ISBN9783732009091
Emily auf der Moon-Farm
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  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    When her father dies, Emily is taken to New Moon Farm to live with two aunts she's never met before. She quickly comes to love the farm (and at least some of her relatives) and make new friends, but it's her passion for writing that gives her life a sense of purpose and meaning.This series is among my least favorite of Montgomery's works, though I know many people love it. This first book is not bad; I enjoyed many of Emily's adventures. However, I have an almost visceral reaction to the character of Dean Priest, who is creepy and gross in his behavior towards Emily. I'd go so far as to call it "grooming." But since he only appears a few times in this book, it's fairly tolerable. Emily is a deep character, and there's a little more darkness in her story than in some of Montgomery's others. As an adult, I have more appreciation for those elements than I did as a child. This book did make me appreciate growing up in a time when it wasn't considered immoral to read novels!
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    I have always preferred the Emily books to the more famous Anne of Green Gables. The first copy of Emily of New Moon that I owned, I read so often that it fell apart--quite literally. I loved the way Emily thought about and dealt with the world--and then wrote about it in such a quirky and dedicated way.Reading this book always inspired me to want to write in my own journal--never as well or as faithfully as Emily--but it always inspired me. You don't have to be a child to enjoy this charming story, the beginning of a trilogy about Emily's growth to adult-hood in small-town eastern Canada.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Emily is an aspiring writer who is orphaned and forced to live with her strict spinster aunt. Although not as famous as Anne of Green Gables, Emily of New Moon has all the qualities of an L.M. Montgomery book that we all love.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Emily and Anne are the most well-known of L.M. Montgomery's heroines, and among fans there is disagreement over which is the better character.I am torn. Emily's character is less fanciful in some ways than Anne's character, but also less grounded. She has her head in the clouds and is oblivious, it seems, to many things that Anne takes to heart.Emily's story seems darker overall than Anne's, which makes the stories hard to compare. Emily's story succeeds by its own merit, though, and doesn't pale by comparison to Montgomery's other heroines.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    Enjoyable, not particularly exciting. I quite liked Emily - better than Pat, possibly better than Anne (I haven't read those in so long I don't remember). It's yet another Montgomery tale of an imaginative orphan brought up by (eventually) loving foster parents; in this case, her mother's sisters and brother. A lot of familiar notes, including the death of a friend and at least three men (or boys) interested in marrying her when she grows up (she's 11 to...possibly 13? here). There are some lovely scenes here - with very rich characters and events - including the first day at school and when she fell over the cliff. The final bit with the "magical" discovery doesn't quite ring right for me - but at least everyone, including Emily, is just as confused as I am about how she could have known. Emily is very volatile - up in the air, down in the dumps, blighted forever by this and that (and she's surprised when forever doesn't last all that long). Worth reading, and I think I'll read the other two, but I'm not of an age to fall in love with Emily any more.
  • Bewertung: 4 von 5 Sternen
    4/5
    I loved this book, and reread it several times as a child. Emily's slow smile, and her "magic curtain", her love of books and of words, all of these things have stayed with me.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    I have the sacreligious opinion of liking Emily a little bit more than Anne. I think this is because Emily is a writer, and loves gray cats, and is a bit proud and strange... well, Anne is those things too, but so much more social. Emily isn't a charmer like Anne. But I get along with her.
  • Bewertung: 5 von 5 Sternen
    5/5
    I absolutely 100% unequivocally love Emily and the Emily books more than Anne. I think that this series was Lucy Montgomery's best. I am too emotionally attached to this book to provide a good analysis of it. All I know is that my copies are so worn that I've had to buy new ones so as to preserve the original and beloved copies for posterity.Read these books!