Tristram Shandy

(Classic Fiction)

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I was so curious to read it after a sample in the English Literature text that I bought it in english. I had some problems with some jokes but it was a great experience! Only 4 years after I fuond an italian version and it was not the same ^_^ I real...Continua
My review and opinion of Tristram Shandy
It was a several months ago I decided to read this book, understanding that it would be a funny, interesting read. Before I give you this review however, I feel I should tell you a little about where I'm coming from. I do not like to give up on books...Continua
Wrote 12/17/07

Really unusual and difficult for all of the history one must know to appreciate the humor. Sterne was post-modern before PM became cool.

Wrote 5/29/07

Possibly my favorite novel of all time...Always something new to discover, to laugh at, etc.

Wrote Dec 16, 2009, 12:06
"I'm now writing this book for the edification of the world"
Pag. 34
Wrote Dec 16, 2009, 12:04
"I was begot and born to misfortunes" "I was doom'd, by marriage-articles, to have my nose squeez'd"
Pag. 31
Wrote Dec 16, 2009, 12:04
"Have not the wisest of men in all ages, have they not had their HOBBY-HORSES"
Pag. 10
Wrote Dec 16, 2009, 12:02
"Pray, my dear, quoth my mother, have you not forgot to wind up the clock?"
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