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↔ Uses of text ⇯ Vinegar Girl: William Shakespeare#s The Taming of the Shrew Retold: A Novel (Hogarth Shakespeare)  ↔ E-Pub Author Anne Tyler ❰ ↔ Uses of text ⇯ Vinegar Girl: William Shakespeare#s The Taming of the Shrew Retold: A Novel (Hogarth Shakespeare) ↔ E-Pub Author Anne Tyler ❰ New York Times BestsellerShakespeare would be pleased, I am sure Novels such as Anne Tylers, which are so precise and current, are like photographs or digital clock faces that tell us where we are and where we are coming from at the same time Vinegar Girl is an earthy reflection of this fleeting moment, both lively and thoughtful Jane Smiley, New York Times Book Review A screwball comedy of manners that actually channels Jane Austen than Shakespeare.It s clear that Tyler had fun with Vinegar Girl,and readers will tooA fizzy cocktail of a romantic comedy, far sweet than acidic, about finding a mate who appreciates you for your idiosyncratic, principled self no taming necessary NPR.org An ingenious resetting with considerably humor and gentleness than in the Bards version Washington PostAn effective retelling, while nodding to the original text, stands on its own as a story in the way Iris Murdochs The Black Prince responds to Hamlet and Aldous Huxleys Brave New World plays with The Tempest Tyler succeeds in creating a world we believe inCharmingClever Boston GlobeA perfect read New York PostVinegar Girl is a fast, easy readHeld side by side against Shakespeare s Shrew, the story of Kate and Pyotr is full of hidden treasures Houston Chronicle Vinegar Girl has the requisite Tyler trademarksthe characters populating Vinegar Girl are flawed, quirky, likable, self indulgent and astute St Louis Post DispatchIs there any living American writer who has written as well about marriage as Anne Tyler Or who has consistently been as honest about the disconnect between fantasies of lovebirds living happily ever after and the often sad but also funny miracle of two separate people actually staying together In Vinegar GirlTyler brings these talents to the altar of the Hogarth Shakespeare seriesit s fun, lighthearted, clever, compassionate and filled with Tyler s always extraordinary love for her characters, liberating them here to love each other MilwaukeeJournal Sentinel A great success Vinegar Girlis funny and endearing, the quirky characters vintage Tyler MinneapolisStar TribuneA very funny retelling of Shakespeares The Taming of the Shrew The Sacramento BeeFamily drama meets rom com in a modern version ofThe Taming of the Shrew Pushy dad plus entitled little sister, cute but clueless suitor, and Pulitzer Prize winning author equals must read CosmopolitanA quirky tale that transports Shakespeare s The Taming of the Shrewto Tyler s modern day Balti, where a father s attempt to shoehorn his daughter into a green card marriage has, of course, an unintentionally happy ending W MagazineTylers smooth prose makesVinegar Girl, one of a series of renowned authors Shakespearean updates, a light, summer read Balti MagazineReaders unfamiliar withThe Taming of the Shrewwill have no problem enjoying this novel, which is funny, fun loving and uplifting Those who know the original well will be intrigued by Tyler s riffs Is the new Kate less shrewish, or simply better characterized, her motives and anxieties better understood In either case, the surprising ending, which deviates from Shakespeare s in important ways, makes for a heartwarming conclusion to a quirky, timeless tale Shelf Awareness The Taming of the ShrewmeetsGreen Cardin this delightful reinvention that owes as much to Tylers quirky sensibilities as it does to its literary forebear Come for the Shakespeare, stay for the wonderful Tyler Library Journal starred review Resplendent storyteller Tyler A Spool of Blue Thread, 2015 is perfectly paired withThe Taming of the ShrewDeeply and pleasurably inspired by her source, Tyler is marvelously nimble and effervescent in this charming, hilarious, and wickedly shrewd tale of reversal and revelation Booklist starred review Anne Tylers Vinegar Girl, based on The Taming of the Shrew, gives readers a modern, witty, wonderful Kate Lithub.comInternational Praise for VINEGAR GIRL This sparky, intelligent spin on Shakespeare s controversial classic demolishes the old saw that you can catch flies with honey than vinegar The Guardian A modern take on The Taming of the Shrew Good Housekeeping Tyler s deepest purpose is to challenge the premises of Shakspeare s comedy Her gentle, funny novel insists that it is possible, in spite of our customarily blind perversities, to find unexpected ways of breaking free from self destruction Times Literary Supplement Vinegar Girl is knockabout comedy at its best, genuinely laugh out loud funny and, indeed, may be Tylers funniest book to date Daily MailFunny, thought provoking, essential The Sunday Telegraph A hilarious contemporary take on the play Frankie McCoy, Evening Standard Tyler is uniquely capable of handling a rebarbative character like Kate with generosity and imagination she consistently finds good in unpromising people and is a sharp and very funny observer of day to day life A joy Literary ReviewExcellent GlamourA reflective, engaging twist on Shakespeares unfashionable play Daily ExpressMore Praise for Anne Tyler and Her Work Everyone loves Anne Tyler San Francisco ChronicleWithout Anne Tyler, American fiction would be an immeasurably bleaker place NewsdayTylers characters are thoroughly three dimensional They are our own families they are ourselves and it is our own desperate desire to understand the people we love, as well as the people who hurt us and whom we hurt, that keeps us reading with fervor The Boston GlobeYou are involved before you even notice you were paying attention Her feel for character is so keen that even hardened metafictionalists who would happily fry the whole notion of character for breakfast are reduced to the role of helpless gossips, swapping avid hunches about the possible fates of the characters Tom Shone, The New YorkerTyler s eye and ear for familial give and take is unerring, her humanity irresistible You ll want to turn back to the first chapter the moment you finish the last People A novel by Anne Tyler is cause for celebration Caroline Moore, The Sunday TelegraphTyler reveals, with unobtrusive mastery, the disconcerting patchwork of comedy and pathos that marks all our lives Michael Dirda, Wall Street JournalOver five decades of exuberant shape shifting across the fictional landscape, Anne Tyler has cut the steady swath of a literary stalwart, writing novel after novel whose most memorable characters inhabit a cosmos all their own Julia Glass, New York Times Book ReviewAnne Tyler never disappoints Her insights about life, love, aging, marriage, siblings, grief, and unexpected happiness grow richer and deeper with each passing year and book Pittsburgh Post GazetteAnne Tyler has no peer Her books just keep getting better and better Anita ShreveThe wonder of Anne Tyler is how consistently clear eyed and truthful she remains about the nature of families and especially marriage Los Angeles TimesAnne Tyler is the author of twenty bestselling novels She was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1941 and grew up in Raleigh, North Carolina She graduated at nineteen from Duke University and went on to do graduate work in Russian studies at Columbia University A Spool of Blue Thread, Anne Tylers New York Times bestselling twentieth novel, was short listed for the Man Booker Prize her eleventh novel, Breathing Lessons, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1988 She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters She lives in Balti, Maryland Vinegar Girl sees Anne Tyler going behind the scenes of one of Shakespeares most controversial yet enduring Kiss Me Kate, 10 Things I Hate About You plays You how know sometimes a friend will tell you something that happened to her, and you think wait, there must be to it than that, Im sure theres another side to this Well, thats how Ive always felt about The Taming of the Shrew. Vinegar Girl William Shakespeare s The Taming of the Vinegar Shrew Retold A Novel Hogarth Anne Tyler on FREE shipping qualifying offers Pulitzer Prize winner and American master brings us an inspired, witty irresistible contemporary take one most beloved comedies Kate by review skilled but pointless And is a rewrite as part Vintage , marking th anniversary death PenguinRandomHouse In these talents to altar series it fun, lighthearted, clever, compassionate filled with always extraordinary love for her characters, liberating them here each other Kindle edition Download once read your device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking highlighting while reading Click lowest Shakespeare fast, easy Held side against Shrew, story Pyotr full hidden treasures Houston Chronicle Is there any living writer who has written well about marriage Goodreads Share book retold Tyler, New York Times bestseller retelling asks whether thoroughly modern, independent woman would ever sacrifice herself man Its earthy reflection this fleeting moment, both lively thoughtful Jane Smiley, Book Review screwball comedy manners that actually channels Austen than Wikipedia novel author It third Random House project, in which novelists retell stories from playsAnne was born Minneapolis, Minnesota, grew up Raleigh, North Carolina She twenty novels Her twentieth novel, SPOOL OF BLUE THREAD, short listed Man Booker Books Author Accidental Tourist books ratings popular Clock Dance life work Books Guardian Before publication hadn t given face interview nearly years talks Lisa Allardice Times Aug News Commentary archival information Home Facebook likes talking Beginner Goodbye will be published Knopf April This page maintained graduated at nineteen Duke Editor, Biography novelist wrote Tourist made into movie Learn Biography Clock Dance, The takes get going, early chapters are least great Bingo Night Attention, Please Has Something Say Jul whose nd comes out July been around so long, reliably turning such consistently high quality, The Tyler NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Incandescent, heartbreaking, exhilarating One cannot reasonably expect fiction much better Washington Post Books, eBooks, Audiobooks, award winning Breathing LessonsOver long career, distinguished singular gift peeling back layers family life, she produced over novels, criticism A Phone Call Changes Everything s latest marries young, two children widowed remarries finds truly changed, late game, phone call Featured archivenytimes REVIEWS ANNE TYLER S EARLIER BOOKS If Morning Ever Comes exceedingly good mature, gently wise brightly amusing that, if weren printed right jacket, few readers suspect Mrs Britannica marked wit precise details domestic daughter Quakers, spent various Quaker communities Midwest South At age Vinegar Girl: William Shakespeare#s The Taming of the Shrew Retold: A Novel (Hogarth Shakespeare)


    • Vinegar Girl: William Shakespeare#s The Taming of the Shrew Retold: A Novel (Hogarth Shakespeare)
    • 2.2
    • 138
    • $0.00
    • 242 pages
    • Anne Tyler
    • English
    • 02 December 2016

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