5 edition of Cold Comfort Farm. found in the catalog.
Cold Comfort Farm.
|Statement||Illustrated by Charles Saxon.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.G3527 Co20, PR6013.I24 Co20|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 254 p.|
|Number of Pages||254|
|LC Control Number||64011905|
She has not left the farm in twenty years. Appalled by the condition of the farm and by the many violent and brooding Starkadders, Flora determines to tidy up life at Cold Comfort Farm. Winner of the Femina Vie Heureuse Prize, 'Cold Comfort Farm' is a wickedly funny portrait of British rural life in the ?s. Flora Poste, a recently orphaned socialite, moves in with her country relatives, the gloomy Starkadders of 'Cold Comfort Farm,' and becomes enmeshed in a web of violent emotions, despair, and scheming, until Flora manages to set things right.4/5(1).
Rating clarification: stars. This is a lovely volume of short stories by the author of the classic comic novel Cold Comfort Farm. But be warned, they differ in style to that popular novel, all excepting the titular story, Christmas at Cold Comfort Farm, of the title of the collection as a whole is somewhat misleading, as only the fist two stories are Christmas themed/5. Book Club Review: “Cold Comfort Farm” by Stella Gibbons We are part of a group of librarian friends who have had an ongoing bookclub running for the last year and a half. Each “season” (we’re nerds) we pick a theme and each of us chooses a book within that theme for us all to read.
The quotes from Flora's (Kate Beckinsale's) novel-in-progress are abridged from the original novel of Cold Comfort Farm. Most of them are from sections that the author playfully wrote to be over-florid and wordy/10(K). Buy a cheap copy of Cold Comfort Farm book by Stella Gibbons. Cold Comfort Farm (Unabridged) by Stella Gibbons In Gibbons's classic tale, a resourceful young heroine finds herself in the gloomy, overwrought world of a Hardy or Free shipping over $/5(5).
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Her first novel, Cold Comfort Farm, won the Femina Vie Heureuse Prize for A satire and parody of the pessimistic ruralism of Thomas Hardy, his followers and especially Precious Bain by Mary Webb -the "loam and lovechild" genre, as some called it, Cold Comfort Farm introduces a self-confident young woman, Stella Dorothea Gibbons was an English novelist, journalist, poet and short-story writer/5.
She notes that "while `Cold Comfort Farm' was, yes, specifically inspired by the excesses of the rural genre the huge delight of Stella Gibbons's novel is the way Flora approaches an eternal and universal difference of temperament: as a brisk, cheerful person, she discovers a whole farmful of people wallowing, self-thwarted, in chronic misery and simply makes them stop it."4/5().
She notes that "while `Cold Comfort Farm' was, yes, specifically inspired by the excesses of the rural genre the huge delight of Stella Gibbons's novel is the way Flora approaches an eternal and universal difference of temperament: as a brisk, cheerful person, she discovers a whole farmful of people wallowing, self-thwarted, in chronic misery and simply makes them stop it."/5().
Her first publication was a book of poems The Mountain Beast () and her first novel Cold Comfort Farm () won the Femina Vie Heuruse Prize for Amongst her other novels are Miss Linsey and Pa (), Nightingale Wood (), Westwood (), Conference at Cold Comfort Farm () and Beside the Pearly Water ()/5(81).
A novelist, poet and short-story writer, her first novel, Cold Comfort Farm, won the Femina Vie Heuruse Prize for Amongst her other novels are Miss Linsey and Pa, Nightingale Wood, Westwood, Conference at Cold Comfort Farm, and Beside the Pearly Water ()/5(71). Cold Comfort Farm, comic novel by Stella Gibbons, published ina successful parody of regional and rural fiction by such early 20th-century English writers as Mary Webb and D.H.
Lawrence.A Cold Comfort Farm. book and clever work, Cold Comfort Farm was awarded the Femina Vie Heureuse Prize in When Flora Poste visits her relatives in Sussex, she encounters a collection of rustic eccentrics enmeshed.
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The first edition of the novel was published in September 8thand was written by Stella Gibbons. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format/5.
Cold Comfort Farm is a delightful tale based on the book of the same name. Set in the s, this story about a young orphaned girl who goes off to live with her distant relatives and bring 83%. Stella Gibbons’s classic novel, Cold Comfort Farm, is a satirical send-up of the romantic, sometimes melodramatic portrait of rural British life that was popular in the literature of the day.
The action centers around heroine Flora Poste, a city girl who comes to live with her strange relatives on an English country farm, and her efforts to bring the family up to date with modern living.
Nancy Pearl, NPR's "Morning Edition" THE DELIRIOUSLY ENTERTAINING "Cold Comfort Farm" is?very probably the funniest book ever written. ("The Sunday Times," London)?a hilarious parody of D.
Lawrence's and Thomas Hardy's earthy, melodramatic novels/5(80). Cold Comfort Farm was first published by Longmans inand was, according to the critic Lynne Truss, labelled “middlebrow”, to Gibbons’s. Read “Cold Comfort Farm”, by Stella Gibbons online on Bookmate – In Gibbons's classic tale, a resourceful young heroine finds herself in the gloomy, overwrought world of.
About Cold Comfort Farm “Quite simply one of the funniest satirical novels of the last century.” —Nancy Pearl, NPR’s Morning Edition The deliriously entertaining Cold Comfort Farm is “very probably the funniest book ever written” (The Sunday Times, London), a hilarious parody of D.
Lawrence’s and Thomas Hardy’s earthy, melodramatic novels. Some books simply do not call for a sequel (or a prequel). Obvious examples: Dune; Pride and Prejudice; Lonesome Dove; even Gone With The Wind, to name but a few. Add Conference at Cold Comfort Farm to the list.
Cold Comfort Farm by Stella Gibbons is one of the funniest books ever/5. Cold Comfort Farm is a comic novel by English author Stella Gibbons, published in It parodies the romanticised, sometimes doom-laden accounts of rural life popular at the time, by writers such as Mary s was working for the Evening Standard in when they decided to serialise Webb's first novel, The Golden Arrow, and Gibbons was given the job of summarising the plot of.
Cold Comfort Farm is a comedic novel, a gentle parody of romantic pastoral novels, of societal mores and the like. It is also a futuristic novel, set in the near future (from ), after the fictional Anglo-Nicaraguan War ofin which there are TV phones, and people jet around in private planes, flying themselves here and there.
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It gave one a curious feeling; it was like seeing a drunken stranger wrapped in one's dressing gown.”.Winner of the Femina Vie Heureuse Prize, COLD COMFORT FARM is a wickedly funny portrait of British rural life in the s.
Flora Poste, a recently orphaned socialite, moves in with her country.