Maria of Birkthwaite, a Jane Austen Sequel

Maria of Birkthwaite, a Jane Austen Sequel

Judith Brocklehurst / Feb 27, 2020

Maria of Birkthwaite a Jane Austen Sequel None

  • Title: Maria of Birkthwaite, a Jane Austen Sequel
  • Author: Judith Brocklehurst
  • ISBN: 9781435718593
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I have to admit to liking secondary character stories from anything Jane Austen. This one caught my interest because I could just imagine the way a young woman of that or any other time period with an ounce of intelligence rushing off to try and change her life and hitting a wall. That family is sufficating, and, I'm afraid, Fanny Price is not a character I admire.Maria goes off with Aunt Norris (another character straining for control of some or any kind of control) and makes a go of making a l [...]


    2. A friend in my Austen group lent this to me. And I found it quite charming. Brocklehurst gives the less-than-ideal characters of Mansfield Park a chance to redeem themselves. Avid fans of Fanny and Edmund might not like this sequel- they are portrayed as unforgiving.While I could buy the newer and gentler version of Maria, Aunt Norris and Mary Crawford, I could not like the VERY abrupt ending. The conclusion of Maria's experiences just seemed unlikely and unexpected. But this was a fun read.


    3. Another wonderful Austen sequel from Judith Brocklehurst. I found Maria a thoroughly unlovable character in "Mansfield Park", but Judith portrays a strong, capable and determined woman who despite the odds carves a niche for herself in a world where it would be more convenient if she retired from public sight.Once again, Judith writes in appropriately Austenian style, while having her own delightful voice.


    4. Hard to redeem Maria Bertram, but Ms. Brocklehurst gives it a good try. Even Aunt Norris comes out looking improved.


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