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Free eBook Scarlett (Spanish Edition) download ISBN: 8466636668
Author: Alexandra Ripley
Publisher: Ediciones B; Translation edition (March 5, 2008)
Language: Spanish
Pages: 832
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
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Scarlett Alexandra Ripley Come back to Tara. This is the book whose initial publication was an instant sensation-selling out immediately, setting new records, and enthralling readers all over the world. This is the book everyone wants to read, savor, and enjoy.

Scarlett Alexandra Ripley Come back to Tara. to Scarlett and Rhett. and to the greatest love story in all fiction. This is the book whose initial publication was an instant.

Scarlett is a 1991 novel by Alexandra Ripley, written as a sequel to Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel, Gone with the Wind. The book debuted on The New York Times bestsellers list, but both critics and fans of the original novel found Ripley's version to be inconsistent with the literary quality of Gone with the Wind. It was adapted as a television mini-series of the same title in 1994 starring Timothy Dalton as Rhett Butler and Joanne Whalley-Kilmer as Scarlett O'Hara.

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So it was a quite a coup that Scarlett by Alexandra Ripley was published as an authorized sequel to GWTW. Though this book was scorned by critics, it was a commercial success.

ISBN 10: 844064048X ISBN 13: 9788440640482. Publisher: Ediciones B, 2001. Set in the Reconstruction-era South, this sequel to Margaret Mitchell's well-loved novel follows Rhett, Scarlett, and Ashley as they pick up the pieces of their lives.

The most popular and beloved American historical novel ever written, Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind is unparalleled in its portrayal of men and women at once larger than life but as real as ourselves.

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Author: Alexandra Ripley. Publisher: Grand Central Publishing, New York.

Si hubo alguna vez una mujer que dejara escapar al hombre de su vida, al unico que la amo incondicional y ciegamente, esa mujer frivila y caprichosa fue Scarlett O'Hara. Si hubo un hombre enamorado, que comprendiera y aceptara el caracter ambicioso, vulnerable y en ocasiones infantil de Scarlett, ese hombre fue Rhett Butler. La inolvidable protagonista de Lo que el viento se llevo inicia en esta novela una tenaz busqueda de la felicidad. Tara, las ciudades ocupadas por los yanquis, la Irlanda de los O'Hara y los caminos del dolor y el desamor son los escenarios en que se desarrolla la lucha de Scarlett por dar un nuevo sentido a su vida. La joven muchacha se transformara en una hermosa mujer, independiente y ambiciosa como en su juventud, pero mas humana y segura de si misma. / Picks up the story begun in Margaret Mitchell""s classic ""Gone With the Wind"". What happens to Ashley now that Melanie is gone? Does Scarlett find a way to get Rhett back?
User reviews
Inesperado, irremisiblemente mágica e inolvidable. Nunca me olvidaré de esta historia ni de Scarlett. Ojalá hubieran hoy Alexandras Ripley. Brillante!
Posee partes muy buenas que logran emocionarte en gran medida pero también otras que simplemente estan de mas e incluso un final muy enredado que le quita encanto al libro
This book is ok, but Gone with the Wind is much better!
Esta padrisimo con romance y aventura si ya has leido el libro de "Lo que el viento se llevo" entonces no dejes de leer lo pues tiene un final verdadero y muy emocionante.
Super, Super final. Me encanto.
So sweet
Está versión hace débil a scarlett y aparece muy poco rhett, con esa personalidad aventurera, hubiera sido interesante ver también su punto de vista y personajes inconclusos como el abuelo francés y las tías. En mi opinión falto más acerca de la pareja
The story wasn't terrible. Ripley is obviously a capable writer. The problem, which many reviewers accurately identified, is the complete lack of consistancy with Mitchell's beloved classic. The writing style, while not identical, is not a crucial point. One can hardly expect a writer half-a-century later to have the same literary voice as Mitchell, but consistancy becomes crucial in the aspect of the characters. Scarlett is arguably the single most fantastic character in American fiction. The Scarlett in Ripley's "sequal" has little resemblance to the Scarlett we fell in love with. Ripley's Scarlett is quickly transitioned from a selfish, head-strong girl to a mature, self-sacrificing woman. Several points seemed to me completely phony: Scarlett is much remarked upon as "extremely beautiful" throughout the novel, and this clearly contradicts Mitchell's first line- Scarlett O'Hara was not beautiful, but charming. The point of the novel when Scarlett gives up control (which she needs over everything in her life) of Tara (which she loves more than anything in her life) to Suellen (for whom she feels an active contempt) is extremely unfounded. In a confusing attempt to disambiguate her novel from Mitchell's, Ripley almost immediately sacrifices three consistant elements of the original: The American South, Tara and "Love 'O the Land", and Mammy (the element of interaction between black and white). This was most empatically a mistake. The subtlety of Mitchell's characterizations has evaporated: Ripley uses direct narration to compare Scarlett to Grandmother Robillard, to liken Colum O'Hara to Gerald O'Hara, and the attempts at clever parallels fall flat. This would have been fine as another novel, but was not at all a worthy novel of Gone With the Wind.