New Read [ O fantasma de Canterville e outros contos] by [ Oscar Wilde ] – sneakerspear.co.uk

O fantasma de Canterville e outros contos Na Primavera de 1890, o diplomata americano Hiram B Otis chega a Inglaterra e decide comprar o Castelo de Canterville, nos arredores de Ascott.Lord Canterville, o honesto propriet rio do castelo que h v rias gera es pertence fam lia , adverte o comprador para a exist ncia de um eventual obst culo ao neg cio o lugar est assombrado O velho fantasma de Canterville tem 300 anos e n o sabe o que fazer vida O seu trabalho aterrorizar pessoas, mas os americanos que acabam de se instalar no castelo n o se assustam com nada O pior mesmo quando as crian as come am a pregar partidas ao fantasma. Best Download O fantasma de Canterville e outros contos [ By ] Oscar Wilde [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – sneakerspear.co.uk

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  1. Oh, I could go on about how Wilde uses simple prose to magical effect in these stories Or talk about the sly subversive undermining of prevailing bourgeois values that had Victorian and Edwardian editors struggling to sanitize these stories to make them suitable for children But it would be like giving you the chemical formula for a particularly sublime souffl , or trying to capture the beauty of a Monarch butterfly by dissecting it and pinning the component parts to a board Something would Oh, I could go on about how Wilde uses simple prose to magical effect in these stories Or talk about the sly subversive undermining of prevailing bourgeois values that had Victorian and Edwardian editors struggling to sanitize these stories to make them suitable for children But it would be like giving you the chemical formula for a particularly sublime souffl , or trying to capture the beauty of a Monarch butterfly by dissecting it and pinning the component parts to a board Something would get lost in the process Instead, let me reproduce an entry from my blog But first, let me beg you to buy these stories Read them to yourself, to your children, to your grandchildren To the brat in the corner with the headphones and the playstatio...

  2. I ve enjoyed how well written these short stories are some of them were great but some were meaningless the book was so slow I don t know if it was me or the book but it was only 230 pages and it took me 11 days

  3. The first story was great but the others not so much This isa 3.5 stars.

  4. What s so fantastic about Oscar Wilde is that theI read of him, theconscious I become of his skill and versatility as a writer and how he s able to manipulate his style, tone, and mood depending on the genre in which he s writing The Canterville Ghost, The Model Millionaire, and Lord Arthur Savile s Crime are three short stories where his flair for absurdity and irony shine the most in this collection I love that he twists the conventions of the horror genre in the former wit What s so fantastic about Oscar Wilde is that theI read of him, theconscious I become of his skill and versatility as a writer and how he s able to manipulate his style, tone, and mood depending on the genre in which he s writing The Canterville Ghost, The Model Millionaire, and Lord Arthur Savile s Crime are three short stories where his flair for absurdity and irony shine the most in this collection I love that he twists the conventions of the horror genre in the former with humor, making it so the ghost is not only woefully unsuccessful at haunting the American residents of Canterville Chase but that s he sor less haunted by them himself It s such a fun juxtaposition he utilizes, that of mixing comedic devices with that of macabre details from traditional English ghost stories I appreci...

  5. Oscar Wilde s writing is great

  6. Even though this book is short, the story is complex and makes me think it through I think it is a great book to make predictions with.

  7. This story is so very funny A true work of its witty and extremely intelligent creator, one of the greatest men to have ever lived on the earth It is Gothic, indeed, but it is a parody of Gothic You will have a very good time, if you read it The rest of the stories which are inc...

  8. Alluring, captivating, unsettling

  9. This is such a collection of 6 short stories by Oscar Wilde I read it for the Ireland challenge I really love the writings of Oscar Wilde They are engaging and clever The two longer stories in this edition, The Canterville Ghost and Lord Arthur Saville s Crime are very funny and full of sarcasm at ...

  10. I indwardly cried during all the reading Why the truth HAS TO be so rude

  11. Oscar Wilde, just blew my mind once again I must say he really had a quick wit and sarcasm The way he described the Canterville ghost is amusing I think this is my favorite book of the year Also, the other story of the book, the Crime of Lord Arthur, Oscar Wilde knew how to give goose bumps to the reader I am not a short story fan But I really loved these short stories by Oscar Wilde Loved it to my heart I can imagine such a great personality he would have been Very influencial, imagin Oscar Wilde, just blew my mind once again I must say he really had a quick wit and sarcasm The way he described the Canterville ghost is amusing I t...

  12. Read two of these in class and the last one at home Thanks to the classes I learned to appreciate Wilde eventhat I already had That s a first for me, since I usually hate books that I get asked to read for school I learned to look for the meaning behind...