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  • Title: Emily Climbs
  • Author: L.M. Montgomery
  • ISBN: 9780553233711
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

  • Emily Climbs By L.M. Montgomery Emily Starr was born with the desire to write As an orphan living on New Moon Farm, writing helped her face the difficult, lonely times But now all her friends are going away to high school in nearby Shrewsbury, and her old fashioned, tyrannical aunt Elizabeth will only let her go if she promises to stop writing All the same, this is the first step in Emily s climb to sEmily Starr was born with the desire to write As an orphan living on New Moon Farm, writing helped her face the difficult, lonely times But now all her friends are going away to high school in nearby Shrewsbury, and her old fashioned, tyrannical aunt Elizabeth will only let her go if she promises to stop writing All the same, this is the first step in Emily s climb to success Once in town, Emily s activities set the Shrewsbury gossips buzzing But Emily and her friends are confident Ilse s a born actress, Teddy s set to be a great artist, and roguish Perry has the makings of a brilliant lawyer When Emily has her poems published and writes for the town newspaper, success seems to be on its way and with it the first whispers of romance Then Emily is offered a fabulous opportunity, and she must decide if she wants to change her life forever.
    L.M. Montgomery
    Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author, best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908.The author of the famous Canadian novel Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery, was born at Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Nov 30, 1874 She came to live at Leaskdale, north of Uxbridge Ontario, in 1911 after her wedding with Rev Ewen Macdonald on July 11, 1911 in Prince Edward Island Her three children were born at Leaskdale, and she wrote close to a dozen books while she was living in the Leaskdale Manse before the Macdonald family moved to Norval, Ontario in 1926 Maud died in Toronto April 24, 1942 and was buried at Cavendish, Prince Edward Island.For information, please see enpedia wiki Lucy_Mau

    Emily Climbs By L.M. Montgomery

    Commentaires:

    Duane
    Emily Climbs is the 2nd book in Lucy Maud Montgomerys Emily series, and it is near perfection in classic young adult literature I loved the first book but this one is even better Emily of New Moon was introducing characters, setting story lines, etc but in this book Emily shines like a full moon over Prince Edward Island Emily is destined to be a writer, she knows it in her heart, although her aunts, the New Moon Murray s, think she is foolish Nevertheless, they agree to send her to high school [...]

    Ahmad Sharabiani
    Emily Climbs Emily of New Moon 2 , L.M MontgomeryEmily Climbs is the second in a series of novels by Lucy Maud Montgomery It was first published in 1925 People were never right in saying I was Anne But in some respects, they will be right if they write me down as Emily Emily Byrd Starr longs to attend Queen s Academy to earn her teaching license, but her tradition bound relatives at New Moon refuse She is instead offered the chance to go to Shrewsbury High School with her friends, on two conditi [...]

    Molly
    An agent pal of mine has a theory that you re either a A Little Princess kind of person, or a A Secret Garden kind of person I d argue that the same 2 kinds of people rule could be created for Anne versus Emily Me I m totally a A Little Princess girl, and while I do dearly love Anne, I m so much of an Emily Which is interesting B c I think Little Princess Anne and Secret Garden Emily would naturally correlate Clearly, I m an enigma Even clearly, I m also thinking about this WAY too much.

    Sarah
    My only complaints about this book are in the story itself some characters I would have liked to see of That s it The execution is flawless, hence the five stars Emily Climbs picks up shortly after Emily of New Moon Our heroine is happily scribbling her days away in the company of her three besties when she learns that all three Ilse, Perry, and Teddy are going to high school a few towns away Strict Aunt Elizabeth will only allow Emily to join them if the girl swears off writing fiction for the [...]

    Phrynne
    L.M Montgomery s Emily series is, for me, not in the same class as Anne of Green Gables but it is still a very pleasant and enjoyable read Like Anne, Emily is feisty, intelligent, appealing and liable to get into scrapes In Emily Climbs she progresses through her teenage years Her single minded desire is to be an author and we see her having some small successes in this ambition She shares important moments in her life with close family and friends and struggles to sort out her feelings towards [...]

    Naomi Sarah
    Not as good asEmily of the New Moon , but stillreally really reallygood.Italicsare necessary Even if Mr Carpenter doesnotagree Sometimes one justneedsto use italics If you haven t read this book 1 You won t get the whole italics thing 2 You have to read it Some Notes both good and bad Like I said in myEmily of the New Moonreview, I LOVE EMILY I relate to her I feel for her when she soyearnsto write things that are not true , because that dreadful Aunt Elizabeth told her not to Aunt Elizabeth was [...]

    Helene Jeppesen
    This continuation of Emily s story was just as heart warming and enchanting as the first book Reading about Emily makes me feel happy, cozy and safe all at the same time, and I loved how in this sequel the setting actually changes as Emily grows up which was not the case with the Anne of Green Gables series The ending was a little bit surprising, because Emily made an unwise decision in my opinion Nevertheless, I m excited to pick up the last installment of this series very soon.

    Tracey
    I did some reflecting in my review Essay Piece thing on Emily of New Moon about why I don t love Emily as much as Anne, why I haven t read the trilogy in many years when I won t let a year go by Anne less Emily Climbs clarifies the matter a bit There is a great deal cynicism in Emily s world than in Anne s I was astonished reading the first chapters at Emily s perceptiveness and, like any perceptive person moving among the unimaginative and less incisive, she has, very young, developed an almo [...]

    Katri
    The Emily books have been with me for a longer time than most people I know I have no idea how many times I ve read them, and I could probably quote many passages from them by heart How can one review such books, then I won t try I will only say that these books delight me to no end, and Emily Climbs is perhaps my favourite of the trilogy, because of the youthful dreaminess and enthusiasm of Emily, because it has so much about her writing and I don t know for what other reasons Montgomery s writ [...]

    Kate
    This is the second book of a lesser known series by the author of Anne of Green Gables The Anne books are popular, but the Emily books are deeper and darker, and some of my favorite young adult literature Like Anne, Emily is an orphan, and goes to live with conservative relations The three books chart her coming of age, her college years and her professional endeavors, and are excellently written Emily is a character of ups and downs people who dismiss L.M Montgomery as a flowery girl s writer [...]

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    ElinorLoredan
    5 stars for being beautiful, inspiring, funny, magical 1 star for being maddening I desperately want to read the stories Emily writes And the poems as well.Somehow, I like this one even better than Emily of New Moon I love the journal entries and yes, even Emily s italics I love her determination, her innocence that keeps her from seeing Dean is in love with her and waiting for her to grow up so he can show it, and most of all, I love her incessant scribbling The part where Emily hides in the cl [...]

    Amy Dashwood
    This was probably my fourth or fifth re read of my favorite of the Emily trilogy cough I came at it with a critical eye than when I first read it at 11 which was 10 years ago okay wow and I concede that a great deal of Emily s personality is a Mary Sue ish wish fulfillment on L.M Montgomery s part, and the romantic tension between her and Teddy seems a little contrived and unnecessary But it s still a lovely book and maintains the level of dreamy whimsicality that one expects from a Montgomery [...]

    Inese Okonova
    To jau var ja paredz t Visp r es uz bibliot ku biju aizg jusi p c Ingas beles Dunas , uz kuru man bija pien kusi rinda, v l manu skatienu aiz ra Makjuana Sestdiena , kindl l dz pusei izlas ta st v Nobela pr mijas autora Mo Jana gr mata, nemaz nerun jot par Tumana Varon bu Senaj Grie ij , kuru jau pasen neesmu atv rusi, un faktu, ka tikko visai nopietni apsv ru pievienoties k dai no man m grup m, lai v l ogad m in tu izlas t Ulisu Man ir tikai viens attaisnojums Man b rn b Montgomerijas gr matas [...]

    Tarissa
    This was a WONDERFUL sequel to the first Emily book I honestly can t decide which book was better than the other.Parts of the book are in diary form, while others are set in regular story form, so you get an all around view of Emily s life I like how the author weaved the two forms together.I loved the storyline it seems like very simple, little things that take place, but as you reflect on it, you realize the story is actually quite deep in thought, and well plotted Emily is allowed to attend t [...]

    Amy
    I adored this book Even though I m an avid L.M Montgomery fan, this is the first time I m going through this series Oh my This is the second in the series and we continue following Emily as she grows into a young woman and beautiful writer I feel such a kinship to her thoughts and feelings on nature, people, and how so much beauty is running a constant thread through her mind and heart, just begging to get out and be shared with those around her This one was my favorite between the first two and [...]

    Tiffany
    I am so glad I found all my aunt s old L.M Montgomery books in her closet at my grandfather s house They date from 1920 to 1948, and they are some of my prized possessions, definitely my most treasured books I have read them so many times, and will most likely again Lucy Maud is my favourite writer in her style She makes me want to write, I have to write, the way Emily does in this series, when I read her works This is the second in the three Emily books, and while I liked the first one the very [...]

    Richard
    The novel is an excellent continuation of Emily of New Moon , though it lacks the intense psychological depth of the previous volume The characterization is quite good with Aunt Ruth stealing the show There are excellent foreshadowings of plot developments to come in the final book of the series Modern readers might be put off by the occasional intrusions of the author disguised as a biographer Sometimes these interruptions to the narrative flow simply underline a point which could have been mad [...]

    Eleanor
    A solid three stars I liked the depiction of small town gossip and nosiness into other people s business I also like the way that the characters are rounded even Aunt Ruth turns up trumps when it s really needed I enjoyed it enough to go straight on to the third volume of the Emily trilogy.

    Kaci
    I started reading this book after feeling frustrated that I never get to do anything for myself It was the only book in my house that I haven t read I have an old copy and just kept it around for looksI thought I had gotten it at a garage sale or something I opened it and saw the inscription from my grandpa I hardly knew to my grandma I never met A Real Old Merry Christmas To Flossie From Art 12 25 27 It has opened up a family mystery because my mom didn t think they even knew each other then gr [...]

    CLM
    I found the three Emily books, tattered hardcovers, in the discard pile in a library on Cape Cod when I was 13, and instantly adored them It was not for about 15 years that they were reissued in paperback by Bantam, so were not widely known in the US at that point.This one, which follows Emily through high school and adolescence, is fascinating in its glimpse of school and social life.

    Lydia Redwine
    I read Emily of New Moon well over a year ago and adored it Why I waited so long to read this, I don t know because I love it even I might even dare to say I like it than Anne of Green Gables Emily Climbs is 5 stars for all the following wonderful reasons.I don t think I ve ever related to or sympathized with a character than with Emily She s precious and beautiful and so much like me it s somewhat creepy But beautiful at the same time For instance Her characters lived and laughed and talked [...]

    Barbara
    I m afraid I can t share so many other people s enthusiasm for this book.In the first book, Emily of New Moon, Emily s father had died and she was taken in by his people, the proud Murray clan They did right by her in taking her in and taking care of her, but she and her Aunt Elizabeth, with whom she stayed, clashed at nearly every turn Finally toward the end of the book they came to something of an understanding.In this second book, Emily wants to go with her friends to high school in another t [...]

    Grace Buckner
    5 StarsI love this book The first and second time I read it, I was a bit disappointed with the end But after reading Emily s Quest, I feel better D

    Weathervane
    Emily has always been fairly sober in temperament at least compared to a firecracker like Anne Shirley but she gains a new element of restraint and maturity in this volume Gone are her letters to her deceased father, her liberal use of italics, and her hatred towards Elizabeth Emily Climbs sees her doing just that putting her nose to the grindstone and ascending that Alpine Path I think I preferred this book to its predecessor Most of New Moon was spent establishing characters and settings in th [...]

    Christine Dillon
    An old favourite Beautiful coming of age story and love the descriptions.

    Maureen
    I like the Emily books for their exploration of women making it as professional writers However, the problem with the Emily trilogy is that the characters don t feel real in the way those in the Anne series do they don t come to life and leap off the page with vivacity Ilse, Teddy and Perry never feel as fully fleshed as characters like Diana, Gilbert and Marilla Plus, Dean Priest gets creepier with every book.

    Grace Buckner
    5 StarsI love this book The first and second time I read it, I was a bit disappointed with the end But after reading Emily s Quest, I feel better D

    Atoosa Alesheykh
    living with this book

    Nadine Keels
    Review of The Emily Novels Emily of New Moon, Emily Climbs, and Emily s Quest, which I ll refer to as Childhood, Girlhood, and Womanhood, to cut down on the repetition of Emily s name Since the books are classic, I m not hiding the review, but as a forewarning, there are spoilers here I delayed before finally reviewing the books, to make sure I would do them justice, as far as my powers of reflection go.Some of the best reading of my life, twice I read the series in adolescence and again in adul [...]

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