4 edition of A modern Mephistopheles. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|2||No name series|
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Also my writing has made us double rich. However, the characters weren't compelling and the ending was disappointing.
But it is in dealing with Gladys that Jasper finally meets his match. des nombreuses manipulations auxquelles sont soumis les personnages du roman. A novel of psychological complexity that touches on the controversial subjects of sexuality and A modern Mephistopheles. use, A Modern Mephistopheles is a penetrating and powerful study of human evil and its appalling consequences.
As much as Louise May Alcott supposedly prefered to write adult fiction, there's a reason she made her money in children's fiction. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. The work was initially published anonymously, and due to the relatively controversial content, one can easily guess why; though it was published under Alcott's own name a year after her death.
Within hours of Allied Airlines 695 disappearing, a massive international search is launched. Louisa May Alcott A modern Mephistopheles. always been associated with literature for young adults and children. She had a rich imagination and often her stories became melodramas that she and her sisters would act out for friends.
Yet a few years ago, I stumbled upon the first translation into French of two of the thrilling novels she wrote under a pen name I believe I must confess that I have never read Little Women, though I tried to force myself to sit through part of one of the movie adaptations.
It will not disappoint your love of dark tales.
I got Dangerous Liaisons and The Picture of Dorian Grey vibes.
A Modern Mephistopheles, it turns out, was her favorite of all her creations.
At the time people who knew LMA had made comments to her regarding "A Modern Mephistopheles", such as, "I know it can't have been you who wrote it.