5 edition of Slammerkin found in the catalog.
Map on lining papers.
|LC Classifications||PR6054.O547 S58 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||422 p. :|
|Number of Pages||422|
|LC Control Number||2002437322|
Aug 17, · Buy Slammerkin (Virago Modern Classics) by Emma Donoghue (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(79). Aug 11, · Set in London and Monmouth in the late s, this is an extraordinary novel about Mary Saunders, the young daughter of a poor seamstress. Mary hungers greedily for fine clothes and ribbons, as people of her class do for food and warmth. It's a hunger that lures her into prostitution at the age of t /5(25).
Free download or read online Slammerkin pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published in , and was written by Emma Donoghue. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this historical, historical fiction story are Mary Saunders,. The book has been awarded with Ferro /5. Jun 30, · texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Books to Borrow. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Slammerkin Item Preview remove-circlePages:
Slammerkin by Emma Donoghue and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at fixdemocracynow.com This book is based on a real person, Mary Saunders. There is apparently very little information about her, so this novel is the author's attempt to create a life for her. Emma Donaghue did an excellent job. I found myself really hoping Mary would rise above her beginnings and do well for herself. I did find this book very difficult to put down%(83).
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Jun 07, · Slammerkin was one of the darkest and saddest books I have read. The book covers 3 years in the life of Mary Saunders, and takes place in the mid 's in London and, primarily, Monmouth.
It should also be noted that according the author's note, it is based on a real person/5. Feb 06, · Slammerkin tells the story of teenaged Mary Saunders in 18th century London, who resorts to a life of selling her body in an effort to move past her working Slammerkin book, poverty stricken upbringing.
The first thing I want to say is that Emma Donoghue is such a talented writer. I hadn’t read anything by her beforehand, but most will know her from Room.4/5().
Slammerkin tells the story of teenaged Mary Saunders in 18th century London, who resorts to a life of selling her body in an effort to move past her working class, poverty stricken upbringing. The first thing I want to say is that Emma Donoghue is such a talented writer.
I hadn’t read anything by her beforehand, but most will know her from Room.4/5(). A personal note: Slammerkin began as one of the Slammerkin book for the collection I would go on to publish as The Woman Who Gave Birth to Rabbits, but I soon realized that it would take the length of a novel to figure out why this murder happened back in The work I was doing for my PhD on eighteenth-century fiction really helped, giving the novel a fiercely revisionist take on gender, class and race.
Born in Ireland, Emma Donoghue spent many years in England and now lives in Canada. She is the author of Slammerkin as well as two other novels, a collection of short stories, and a collection of fairy tales. Her novels have been translated into eight languages/5.
Feb 06, · "Slammerkin," an 18th-century term meaning a loose gown or loose woman, is Slammerkin book fitting title for Irish writer Donoghue's (Hood) third novel. Mary Saunders's mother scratches out a meager living as a seamstress in s London, but Mary longs for a more luxurious life with fine ribbons and clothes.4/4().
A slammerkin is a loose dress, and also a loose woman. Emma Donoghue, author of Room, based this book on the true story of a girl who was executed in for murdering her mistress, and who apparently did it from a longing for ‘fine clothes’.
While this wasn’t exactly a. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, - Fiction - pages 54 Reviews Born to rough cloth in working-class London inMary Saunders hungers for linen and lace. Her lust for a shiny red ribbon leads /5(54). Feb 16, · Slammerkin by Emma Donoghue – review Emma Donoghue's coming-of-age story of a teenage girl fending for herself in the s exerts a considerable grip Natasha Tripney.
Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books of the Month 14 results for Books: "slammerkin. Slammerkin (London: Virago,reissued ; New York: Harcourt, ; Toronto: HarperCollins Canada, ).
Inspired by a murder that took place in the Welsh Borders inSlammerkin, my third novel (and first historically inspired one), is about a prostitute obsessed with clothes.A surprise bestseller, it was a Main Selection of the Book of the Month Club and the Quality Paperback.
Book Summary Slammerkin: A loose gown; a loose woman. Born to rough cloth in Hogarth's London, but longing for silk, Mary Saunders's eye for a shiny red ribbon leads her to prostitution at a young age.
This boldly imagined historical fiction—reminiscent, though by no means imitative, of both Defoe’s classic Moll Flanders and Margaret Atwood’s recent Alias Grace—represents a quantum leap forward for its Irish-born (now Canadian) author.
The antiheroine and protagonist is Mary Saunders, a young woman whose ingenuous lust for “fine clothing” (e.g., the “slammerkin,” which.
Fiction Book Review: SLAMMERKIN by Emma Donoghue, Author. Harcourt $24 (p) ISBN Donoghue takes scraps of the intriguing true story. May 01, · Slammerkin is not a romantic story or vast historical saga, but rather an intimate look at the grit and grime of a life that was a fight against the odds from the start.
While not a cheery novel, it is engaging on many levels.4/4(85). From the award-winning author of the Native American classic Fools Crow, a richly crafted novel of cultural crossing that is a triumph of storytelling and the historical imagination. May 01, · Book Overview Slammerkin: A loose gown; a loose woman.
Born to rough cloth in Hogarth's London, but longing for silk, Mary Saunders's eye for a 5/5(6). Slammerkin is based on a real case of a girl who killed her employer in How do you think this factual basis has affected Emma Donoghue's writing of the novel.
If you had not known that it was based on fact, would you have read Slammerkin differently. Why do you think an author would choose to set a novel in the past rather than the present.
I decided to read this book on a whim because I wanted out of my book funk Wrong book. This put me in an even bigger one. This story rocked my world. It made me gasp, laugh, it broke my heart and stomped on the pieces. Slammer is a story about love and strength.
It's about knowing yourself/5. Jun 24, · Born to rough cloth in working-class London inMary Saunders hungers for velvet and lace—a desire that leads her to a life of prostitution, where she encounters a freedom unknown to virtuous young women.
In the end, it is clothes, their splendour and their deception, that bring Mary to the brink of disaster. Slammerkin is both a brilliant evocation of another era and a timeless tale of /5(53). It could be said that Slammerkin is an archetypal story about the longing for, and the killing of, the mother.
Do you agree? Compare the kinds of “mothering” Mary gets from Susan Digot, Doll Higgins, and Jane Jones. Slammerkin contains some graphic sex scenes. Did these add to or detract from your enjoyment of the book?Emma Donoghue (born 24 October ) is an Irish-Canadian playwright, literary historian, novelist, and screenwriter.
Her novel Room was a finalist for the Man Booker Prize and an international best-seller. Donoghue's novel Hood won the Stonewall Book Award. and Slammerkin () won the Ferro-Grumley Award for Lesbian Fiction. Room was adapted into a film of the same name, for which Nationality: Irish, Canadian.Editions for Slammerkin: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition), (Hardcover published in ), X (Paperback publ.