Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa

Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa Best Download || [Nathaniel Hawthorne Paul Auster] - Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa, Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa On July Nathaniel Hawthorne s wife Sophia and daughters Una and Rose left their house in Western Massachusetts to visit relatives near Boston Hawthorne and his five year old son Julian staye
  • Title: Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa
  • Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne Paul Auster
  • ISBN: 9781590170427
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Hardcover

Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa Best Download || [Nathaniel Hawthorne Paul Auster], Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa, Nathaniel Hawthorne Paul Auster, Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa On July Nathaniel Hawthorne s wife Sophia and daughters Una and Rose left their house in Western Massachusetts to visit relatives near Boston Hawthorne and his five year old son Julian stayed behind How father and son got along over the next three weeks is the subject of this tender and funny extract from Hawthorne s notebooks At about six Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa Best Download || [Nathaniel Hawthorne Paul Auster] - Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa, Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa On July Nathaniel Hawthorne s wife Sophia and daughters Una and Rose left their house in Western Massachusetts to visit relatives near Boston Hawthorne and his five year old son Julian staye
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Twenty Days with Julian and Little Bunny by Papa

About Author

  1. Nathaniel Hawthorne was a 19th century American novelist and short story writer He is seen as a key figure in the development of American literature for his tales of the nation s colonial history.Shortly after graduating from Bowdoin College, Hathorne changed his name to Hawthorne Hawthorne anonymously published his first work, a novel titled Fanshawe, in 1828 In 1837, he published Twice Told Tales and became engaged to Sophia Peabody the next year He worked at a Custom House and joined a Transcendentalist Utopian community, before marrying Peabody in 1842 The couple moved to The Old Manse in Concord, Massachusetts, later moving to Salem, the Berkshires, then to The Wayside in Concord The Scarlet Letter was published in 1850, followed by a succession of other novels A political appointment took Hawthorne and family to Europe before returning to The Wayside in 1860 Hawthorne died on May 19, 1864, leaving behind his wife and their three children.Much of Hawthorne s writing centers around New England and many feature moral allegories with a Puritan inspiration His work is considered part of the Romantic movement and includes novels, short stories, and a biography of his friend, the United States President Franklin Pierce.

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  1. Retirado dos Notebooks de Nathaniel Hawthorne aqueles Notebooks t o comentados e elogiados por Borges , este pequeno livrinho narra a rotina do autor durante os 20 dias que teve de cuidar de seu filho Julian sem a ajuda de sua esposa que viajara para visitar a fam lia Embora n o tenha sido escrito com essa inten o, o relato da conviv ncia de um pai com seu filho, no long nquo ano de 1851, nos chega como um testemunho da cruel passagem do tempo e da brevidade da vida Entre os detalhes curiosos, e [...]

  2. A nice little story about Hawthorne and his son Not to much about the writing of Hawthorne, but here we see a side of him is sometimes ignoreda caring father and family man.

  3. This is the book I had in my choir bag for reading on my Sunday walks when I stopped for a cuppa It proves that even the scribblings in a notebook of day to day life, if done by a brilliant writer, can be brilliant and makes me determined to burn my journals so that future generations are not subjected to my day to day writing dregs.Nathaniel Hawthorne s writings of his sojourn with his young son, Julian, when Mrs Hawthorne and the two girls were away for a bit Includes his wonderful observatio [...]

  4. Charming little book It s nice to see a side of Hawthorne that s playful and whimsical, while he cares for and entertains his 5 year old son for 3 weeks in the summer of 1851 Not much happens during their days together but Hawthorne manages to draw us in and paints an almost idyllic setting filled with visitors including time spent with H Melville , daily walks to the lake, daydreaming on the shore, seeking and writing letters to his wife, eating nuts and berries, dodging summer storms, and smo [...]

  5. According to the introduction written by Paul Auster, this brief piece was written between July 28 and August 16 of 1851 when Hawthorne was 47 years old While his wife went to visit her parents, taking the couple s two daughters with her, Hawthorne remained at home with 5 year old son Julian, the cook, and a pet rabbit By writing this account of what happened in his wife s absence, Hawthorne embarked on something that no writer had ever attempted before him a meticulous, blow by blow account of [...]

  6. Vint dies amb el meu fill Julian i un conillet s un dels llibres m s bonics, delicats i tendres que he llegit mai s un diari escrit per Nathaniel Hawthorne durant els vint dies que la seva dona va estar fora, visitant els seus pares Hawthorne es queda sol a casa una casa vermella i petita a Massachussets amb el seu fill Julian i un conillet que anomenen Peu dret Tot i que al principi no les t totes, Hawthorne t cura d en Julian i escriu la rutina que segueixen durant aquestes tres setmanes perqu [...]

  7. Initially I found this a little dry On the second reading, yes I read it twice, I changed my mind Once I had taken into account that this was not intended to be published but was a personal journal for his wife, I really enjoyed the account The daily challenges of everyday parenthood and domestic life exhibited a lovely relationship between father and son that must be unusual for the time period in which it was written There was a gentle rhythm of the passing of time and the influence of weather [...]

  8. I found this personal glimpse into the private daily life of Nathaniel Hawthorne immensely pleasurable The narrative written is to his wife in her absence about his day to day experiences in raising his young son, Julian He reveals his joys, frustrations, lounging on the lakeside, tour through a Quaker village, entertaining visitors, tending his sons wasp sting, caring for Little Bunny, their rabbit, rescuing a kitten caught in a culvert, reading Pendennis, and of course, relating that Julian wa [...]

  9. Utterly charming Any parent will enjoy the familiar energies and idiosyncrasies of a small child and be comforted that picky eating transcends time and that boiled rice is merely 1851 s answer to mac n cheese Fans of 18th century American literature and history will delight in the interaction between Hawthorne and Melville and mentions of Lowell, Whittier, James, Kemble, Mann, Thackeray, and Fourier Also enjoyable are the trip to the still standing Shaker Village and comments on the news of the [...]

  10. My wife raved about this book which is a diary by Nathaniel Hawthorne while he cared for his son Julian in the absence of his wife I think fathers who have temporarily cared for small children might appreciate it All good mothers surely will.My chief criticism comes from imagining how many people would read it if I, not a famous author, had written it My questions to the author, if he were still present, include Why did Julian eat so much bread and Why did you not supply his fishing line with a [...]

  11. Very charming Nathaniel Hawthorne s three weeks with just him and his five year old son, Julian who he called old man Not meant to be published but a diary kept for his wife while she was away I loved the simplicity as well as the endless chatter from the five year old Surprised to read that most meals consisted of a cup of milk and a slice of bread for breakfast or crushed currents for dinner and yet they walked an awful lot on so little nourishment Most times, it was all they had in the house [...]

  12. From Hawthorne s notebooks, where he chronicled the 3 weeks he spent alone here in Lenox, Mass, with his 5 year old son while his wife and two other children were out of town It s charming in that he writes about the small details of their daysying to fix Julian s hair, getting tired of all his questions, what they ate for dinner, all the mock battles they had before bed A very different voice from the one he uses in his fiction his own voice, simple and truthful I could have read about 20 days [...]

  13. A charming record of a few weeks in the fall of 1851, which Nathaniel Hawthorne spent alone with his son and his pet rabbit while the rest of his family went to Boston Not much happens they eat, they take walks, they receive a few visitors but Hawthorne here is different from his usually melancholy self, whimsical and even funny A quick self portrait of a mostly unknown side of Hawthorne.

  14. This is simply a journal of 20 days Hawthorne spent with is 5 year old son during the summer of 1851 while is wife and daughter were in Boston It s an interesting peak into 19th Century life At times kinda boring, pretty every day American, but then Herman Melville shows up how many folks can put that in their diary I purchased this at the House of Seven Gables in Salem, MA where Hawthorne lived for most of his life.

  15. Biography Read this book if you enjoy Nathaniel Hawthorne and are a new parent Hawthorne kept a diary during the twenty days his wife was away at her parents with their infant and Hawthorne stayed home with their young son It s short, sweet, and filled with the wonder, exasperation, exhaustion, and incredible love shared by new parents of every age A great read when you re suffering through the sleepless nights of the first year.

  16. For the past two years I have been a stay at home daytime dad, so perhaps my reading was biased But I loved this read If you are a fan of transcendentalism, dark romanticism, Hawthorne or parenting this is a fascinating journal Like Hawthorne s fiction, this journal creates a mirror for self reflection Thankfully it is layered with enough humor to ease the blow.

  17. Tagebuch eine Vaters allein zuhause mit seinem 6 j hrigen Sohn Das muss man nicht publizieren Doch wenn der Vater Nathaniel Hawthorne ist und das Jahr 1851 Wunderbar, liebevoll, bezaubernd mit einem ausf hrlichen Nachwort von Paul Auster Unbedingt zusammen mit Das Paradies der kleinen Dinge , dem gemeinsamen Tagebuch des ersten Ehejahres von Nathaniel und Sophia Hawthorne lesen

  18. Delightful little read about some intense days of parenting With servants to do the cooking and cleaning must be nice, that Adorable kids and lots of nice nature time I felt a bit jealous, and glad he captured this detail for all time Must remember to write in kids journals

  19. Wanted to read this book for a long time Beautiful recount of a father s days with his child Their uncluttered life is so different, yet in many ways the same Lovely journal of affection and endearing family life.

  20. This book bored me to tears This was basically a journal of a father Nathaniel Hawthorne watching his son Julian for 20 days while his wife is gone It was fun to hear the point of veiw from a dad while being with his young son, but it was boring.

  21. A tender and humorous record of twenty days a 19th century father shared with his son, in the absence of his wife and daughters Excerpted from novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne s private and personal notebooks, this brief narrative will touch your heart Includes a very nice introduction to the text.

  22. A surprising side of the ol goth romantic Now I see why Thoreau built a garden for Nathaniel and Sophia Highlights some of his Transcendental leanings despite his brooding Puritan baggage Also, really fun to read his straightforward writing in contrast to his usu flowery thick prose.

  23. I highly recommend this little book it is delightful I heard about it on NPR I liked it much better when I read the introduction after the rest of the book It is a journal of Nathaniel Hawthorne A Scarlett Letter while he is taking care of his son while his wife is away.

  24. A cute little book to read about being a dad alone with a young boy Nice intro by Paul Auster that went on a little too long.

  25. He took care of his 5 year old son for 20 days while Mrs H their 2 daughters went to Boston I could quite sympathize with some of his problems in taking care of Julian.

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