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For the corgis, the books become objects of jealousy to steal and mangle whenever possible. Informazioni Autore: Alan Bennett Genere: Narrativa Straniera Editore: Adelphi Pagine: 95 Anno: 2007. A delightful novella about the hijinks that ensue when the Queen of England suddenly becomes an avid reader. Like Sir Kevin, Norman? Queen Elizabeth gets bitten by the bookworm! It starts when the corgis drag the Queen to a bookmobile on palace grounds and Her Majesty feels obligated to take one. +39 02.725731 (r.a.) Ora, se il personaggio pubblico noto per avere emesso, nella sua carriera, il minor numero di parole arrischia una domanda del genere, qualcosa deve essere successo. Alan Bennett I listened to the audio, charmed by the narration by the author himself. It's unusual because it shows how limited the Queen is by her very proper job which might not look like one, christening ships, knighting people, opening hospitals, hosting dinner parties and being nice to foreign politicians, but it certainly would feel like one. There is behind the scenes meddling and political machinations as they get rid of Norman. I strongly urge anyone who loves books to read this as Alan Bennett has the Queen reading an extraordinarily diverse range of authors that is bound to catch the interest of any reader. It’s like when Xzbit in Pimp My Ride puts a car inside of your car because he knows you love cars. It is so great--there's a lot of subtlety in here that Readers' Advisory librarians will definitely clue into, especially in how society views readers, reading, and books. Il giovane sguattero Norman è l'unico tra i dipendenti di corte a frequentare la piccola biblioteca; sarà lui a consigliare la sua regina nella scelta dei primi libri e sarà lui a pagare con l'esilio la distrazione causata alla sovrana dalla lettura. Queen Elizabeth comes across the mobile library while chasing her corgis. Who knew I had so much in common with The Queen? We’d love your help. October 1st 2007 I really didn't like this book at all. A una cena ufficiale, circostanza che generalmente non si presta a un disinvolto scambio di idee, la regina d’Inghilterra chiede al presidente francese se ha mai letto Jean Genet. In this story she becomes an avid reader after accidentally stumbling upon a mobile library outside the palace. All in all, this book was dry and dull and not at all what I expected. Ma soprattutto al suo riluttante e devoto biografo, Alan Bennett, che come si poteva immaginare ha colto al volo la proposta del regista Nicholas Hytner: scrivere un film che avrebbe visto Maggie Smith nel ruolo della protagonista. Calling all bibliophiles! A whole world opens up, in which she is guided by Norman, who works in the kitchens and comes to be the Queens confidant and book guide. Norman, a cook from her Royal kitchen, is a borrower and a friendship ensues, with him becoming the purveyor of the world of pleasurable books. There are already thousands of reviews of this delightful book about the Queen's new-found love of reading, so you don't need me to tell you how much fun it is. I don't know how this little novella ended up on my radar, but it was a sweet grin of a book. It is a perfectly penned novella with a great ending (she wouldn’t dare!) The Queen accidently stumbles across a bookmobile and despite the disapproval of her advisors, decides to take up reading. I'm reading Letters Home:), See all 3 questions about La sovrana lettrice…, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, The Uncommon Reader - Finished Thoughts / *Spoilers*, The Uncommon Reader - Start/first goal 50%, The Most Popular Books About Books for Avid Readers. This is a humourous little book about the pleasures of reading.

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