[ Epub ] ❧ Kamratfesten (Lord Peter Wimsey, #12) Author Dorothy L. Sayers – Realestatelawcenter.us

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    A couple of years ago I thought as a gesture to God saying something like, Hey, we don t disagree about everything and anyway what do I know about life that I would start going to a certain church where the pastor was an ex football star When I say it now it doesn t sound like a very good idea, but I did a lot of things at that time that sound stupid now Sometimes it s better to go with what you know, even if it s very little I say all of this because the ultimate falling out I had with A couple of years ago I thought as a gesture to God saying something like, Hey, we don t disagree about everything and anyway what do I know about life that I would start going to a certain church where the pastor was an ex football star When I say it now it doesn t sound like a very good idea, but I did a lot of things at that time that sound stupid now Sometimes it s better to go with what you know, even if it s very little I say all of this because the ultimate falling out I had with the pastor of that church reflects the central conflict of the great and wonderful mystery story, Gaudy Night, so I m going to use this review as a venue to air my grievances, which will hopefully be entertaining enough that you can bear with me In fact, this book brings up a couple of stories I have about churches, so I should probably say as a disclaimer that Gaudy Night is not religious at all in its topic, but deals mostly with the role of women in society That just happens to be something about wh...


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    Book Review4 of 5 stars to Gaudy Night by Dorothy L Sayers, a strong and talented writer of detective mysteries in their Golden Age of publication This was truly an excellent book Upon finishing my third year at college, I d taken all the required courses and a variety of electives to complete my double majors My advisors and professors, knowing I had an affinity for reading and writing mystery stories, encouraged me to do an independent study on this era of literature but they also toBook Review4 of 5 stars to Gaudy Night by Dorothy L Sayers, a strong and talented writer of detective mysteries in their Golden Age of publication This was truly an excellent book Upon finishing my third year at college, I d taken all the required courses and a variety of electives to complete my double majors My advisors and professors, knowing I had an affinity for reading and writing mystery stories, encouraged me to do an independent study on this era of literature but they also told me I wouldn t be allowed to select any of the books I had to read She would pick two per month for me to read and discuss And this was one of the very first ones she was a big Dorothy Sayers fan and thought this was the author s most popular book Despite it being in the middle of a series, which I severely dislike, I read it without enjoying the prior installments And it turned out OK.Tho...


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    I hesitate to call this a Lord Peter book Peter is here, certainly, though in lesser proportion than you might expect, considering he changes in quiet but extraordinary ways But this book is rightly and greatly Harriet Vane s, as she returns to the Oxford college of her education to do some academic work, write her next novel, and investigate some nasty disturbances around the college.Oh For Oxford alone, which I love, I could love this book Luckily, however, there are any number of other I hesitate to call this a Lord Peter book Peter is here, certainly, though in lesser proportion than you might expect, considering he changes in quiet but extraordinary ways But this book is rightly and greatly Harriet Vane s, as she returns to the Oxford college of her education to do some academic work, write her next novel, and investigate some nasty disturbances around the college.Oh For Oxford alone, which I love, I could love this book Luckily, however, there are any number of other reasons This is a book about pain, about the heart and the mind working in opposition, about academia, about the perils of being an intelligen...


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    What is the deal with lady detective fiction writers Why create a brilliant, memorable central female protagonist, totally capable of bringing teh awesome, only to undermine her by having her mope around after some overbred aristocratic prat Case in point that whole Havers Linley dynamic would be infinitely healthier had detective Havers given pompous assed golden boy Linley a good kick in the yarbles the very first time he tried to pull the whole tired aristo boy superiority trick to put her What is the deal with lady detective fiction writers Why create a brilliant, memorable central female protagonist, totally capable of bringing teh awesome, only to undermine her by having her mope around after some overbred aristocratic prat Case in point that whole Havers Linley dynamic would be infinitely healthier had detective Havers given pompous assed golden boy Linley a good kick in the yarbles the very first time he tried to pull the whole tired aristo boy superiority trick to put her in her place Given the choice between Havers and Linley, I know who I d want to have my back, and it wouldn t be the effete aristocrat, no matter how hard Elizabeth George tries to protray him as a sensitive, noble, brilliant soul But it s Havers I feel sorry for she really deserves...


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    This year I finally decided to read all of the Lord Peter Wimsey novels I have read the first few many times, but, for whatever reason, I never continued the series I have always heard that Gaudy Night was her best novel and so I was really intrigued to read this book and was interested to see how the character of Harriet Vane would develop Indeed, Harriet is the central character in this novel, which sees her returning to Oxford, to attend the Shrewsbury Gaudy, after being invited by a fri This year I finally decided to read all of the Lord Peter Wimsey novels I have read the first few many times, but, for whatever reason, I never continued the...


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    3.5 stars for Gaudy Night by Dorothy L Sayers.There was much to like about this book Sayers characterisation was, as always, quite superb She lays a meandering trail of red herrings which she mainly disproves, then brings back into the realm of possibility I learnt a lot about Oxford life there is really nothing with which to compare it in NZ, and what little I knew of it previously came from Morse.But this seemed to be an exceedingly long book Not that it was boring, because it most cert 3.5 stars for Gaudy Night by Dorothy L Sayers.There was much to like about this book Sayers characterisation was, as always, quite superb She lays a meandering trail of red herrings which she mainly disproves, then brings back into the realm of possibility I learnt a lot about Oxford life there is really nothing with which to compare it in NZ, and what little I knew of it previously came from Morse.But this seemed to be an exceedingly long book Not that it was boring, because it most certainly was not, but there seemed to be so much filler for lack of a better term Somewhere I read that Sayers is known for her attention to detail In Gaudy Night I think she has given it just a little too much attention Had I been he...


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    Gaudy Night is easily my favorite of Dorothy L Sayers s beloved series of Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries It s one of the last in the series and thus hard to talk about without spoiling earlier books, as it deals with the resolution of the relationship between Lord Peter and Harriet Vane, the mystery writer first introduced in Strong Poison and seen again in Have His Carcase If you ve read no Sayers, please read at least those two books before reading Gaudy Night, as otherwise you ll be missing Gaudy Night is easily my favorite of Dorothy L Sayers s beloved series of Lord Peter Wimsey mysteries It s one of the last in the series and thus har...


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    Over a year ago now, Lord Peter pretty much saved my life I was hysterical and still half under anaesthesia the nurses were unsympathetic I have an anxiety disorder as it is, let alone when I m in a great deal of pain with insufficient morphine My blood oxygen levels were catastrophic, even with pure oxygen My mother forced her way onto the ward and held my hand When they made her go, my blood oxygenation was up a little, but not much she didn t let them send her away until she d put her Over a year ago now, Lord Peter pretty much saved my life I was hysterical and st...


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    Where I got the book my bookshelf This is a 1940 Gollancz edition I picked up somewhere and I absolutely love it because no matter where you are in the story, the book lays flat and keeps its place I get so impatient with books that won t stay open.The story five years after being erroneously accused and then, thanks to Lord Peter Wimsey, acquitted of murdering her lover, Harriet Vane is getting on with her life as a writer and puzzling over what she s going to do about Lord Peter push hi Where I got the book my bookshelf This is a 1940 Gollancz edition I picked up somewhere and I absolutely love it because no matter where you are in the story, the book lays flat and keeps its place I get so impatient with books that won t stay open.The story five years after being erroneously accused and then, thanks to Lord Peter Wimsey, acquitted of murdering her lover, Harriet Vane is getting on with her life as a writer and puzzling over what she s going to do about Lord Peter push him out of her life or accede to his marriage proposals She s invited back to Oxford to visit her old college, where a mysterious prankster and writer of anonymous notes seems to have a grudge against academic women in general and Shrewsb...


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    Are you in love with dashing, fastidious, brilliant, Bach performing, manuscript collecting, sonnet writing, puzzle solving, Dickens quoting, cricket playing, fabulously wealthy, well traveled, aristocratic detectives Then this is the book for youAlthough this is really the third book in the Harriet Vane Lord Peter Wimsey series after Strong Poison and Have His Carcase , it is my favorite Anyone who has been to Oxford will appreciate the detailed descriptions Anyone who has ever been a wo Are you in love with dashing, fastidious, brilliant, Bach performing, manuscript collecting, sonnet writing, puzzle solving, Dickens quoting, cricket playing, fabulously wealthy, well traveled, aristocratic detectives Then this is the book for youAlthough this is really the third book in the Harriet Vane Lord Peter Wimsey series after Strong Poison and Have His Carcase , it is my favorite Anyone who has been to Oxford will appreci...

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