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Inhaltsangabe: [ Maeve's Times: In Her Own Words By ( Author ) Oct-2014 Hardcover

Rezension: "Binchy's trademark warmth, humor, and humanity characterize this volume. . . Wit, sarcasm, and big-heartedness emerge as hallmarks of [her] 'direct and uncluttered style.' . . . While the collection makes an enjoyable read on the merit of humor alone, editor Ingle's selections capture Binchy's journalistic apprenticeship, record an intelligent woman's perspective on a changing world, and offer entertaining glimpses of a biography that Binchy fans will adore." --"Publishers Weekly"
"Spanning five decades, this collection of Binchy's trademark columns celebrates her unabashed delight in the human condition, yes; but it also uncovers a much sharper wit and a more trenchant observer with a more cynical attitude than she ever divulged in her fiction. For the legions of fans who mourned her passing, this revelatory collection of essays brings a little of their cherished Maeve back, and then some." --Carol Haggas, "Booklist"
"Delightful. . . This warm, down-to-earth collection...works wonderfully. Fans of the author's novels will enjoy learning more about her early life and about an earlier Ireland." --Henrietta Verma, "Library Journal"
"This selection of her work represents Binchy's eclectic interests, infectious sense of humor and wry take on social change. . . . A blithe, entertaining collection that will surely delight [her] many fans." --"Kirkus Reviews"
""Maeve's Times" is funny and clever and kind, which are excellent qualities in both books and people. . . what this wonderful collection of her work for this paper makes abundantly clear is that she was a superb journalist." --Anna Carey, "The Irish Times"
"Brimming with Binchy's intelligence, incisive wit, straightforwardness and incomparable charm." --Pam Norfolk, "Burnley Express"
"Like the best journalism, Maeve's newspaper pieces stand the test of time." --John Spain, "Irish Independent"

"A brilliant anthology [and] a real godsend to those of us inspired by good reporting and increasingly frustrated by the rarity of it these days. . . . Whether she was writing descriptively, critically, forensically, amiably, sadly, optimistically, cynically (or in any other state of mind), Maeve Binchy the journalist always had something meaningful to say, just as much so in 1964 as in 2011. . . . If you're among the few people on this planet who have never read a Maeve Binchy book, "start "with "Maeve's Times." Then you'll truly understand how the outstanding reporter formed the iconic novelist." --Pauline Finch, Bookreporter.com
"Maeve's fresh voice and spirit are captured in these pieces [with] wonderfully clear, caring and humorous prose." --Michael D. Langan, "Buffalo News"
"Binchy's trademark warmth, humor, and humanity characterize this volume. . . Wit, sarcasm, and big-heartedness emerge as hallmarks of [her] 'direct and uncluttered style.' . . . While the collection makes an enjoyable read on the merit of humor alone, editor Ingle's selections capture Binchy's journalistic apprenticeship, record an intelligent woman's perspective on a changing world, and offer entertaining glimpses of a biography that Binchy fans will adore." --"Publishers Weekly"
"Spanning five decades, this collection of Binchy's trademark columns celebrates her unabashed delight in the human condition, yes; but it also uncovers a much sharper wit and a more trenchant observer with a more cynical attitude than she ever divulged in her fiction. For the legions of fans who mourned her passing, this revelatory collection of essays brings a little of their cherished Maeve back, and then some." --Carol Haggas, "Booklist"
"Delightful. . . This warm, down-to-earth collection...works wonderfully. Fans of the author's novels will enjoy learning more about her early life and about an earlier Ireland." --Henrietta Verma, "Library Journal"
"This selection of her work represents Binchy's eclectic interests, infectious sense of humor and wry take on social change. . . . A blithe, entertaining collection that will surely delight [her] many fans." --"Kirkus Reviews"
""Maeve's Times" is funny and clever and kind, which are excellent qualities in both books and people. . . what this wonderful collection of her work for this paper makes abundantly clear is that she was a superb journalist." --Anna Carey, "The Irish Times"
"Brimming with Binchy's intelligence, incisive wit, straightforwardness and incomparable charm." --Pam Norfolk, "Burnley Express"
"Like the best journalism, Maeve's newspaper pieces stand the test of time." --John Spain, "Irish Independent"

A brilliant anthology [and] a real godsend to those of us inspired by good reporting and increasingly frustrated by the rarity of it these days. . . . Whether she was writing descriptively, critically, forensically, amiably, sadly, optimistically, cynically (or in any other state of mind), Maeve Binchy the journalist always had something meaningful to say, just as much so in 1964 as in 2011. . . . If you re among the few people on this planet who have never read a Maeve Binchy book, start with Maeve s Times. Then you ll truly understand how the outstanding reporter formed the iconic novelist. Pauline Finch, Bookreporter.com
Maeve s fresh voice and spirit are captured in these pieces [with] wonderfully clear, caring and humorous prose. Michael D. Langan, Buffalo News
Binchy s trademark warmth, humor, and humanity characterize this volume. . . Wit, sarcasm, and big-heartedness emerge as hallmarks of [her] direct and uncluttered style. . . . While the collection makes an enjoyable read on the merit of humor alone, editor Ingle s selections capture Binchy s journalistic apprenticeship, record an intelligent woman s perspective on a changing world, and offer entertaining glimpses of a biography that Binchy fans will adore. Publishers Weekly
Spanning five decades, this collection of Binchy s trademark columns celebrates her unabashed delight in the human condition, yes; but it also uncovers a much sharper wit and a more trenchant observer with a more cynical attitude than she ever divulged in her fiction. For the legions of fans who mourned her passing, this revelatory collection of essays brings a little of their cherished Maeve back, and then some. Carol Haggas, Booklist
Delightful. . . This warm, down-to-earth collection works wonderfully. Fans of the author s novels will enjoy learning more about her early life and about an earlier Ireland. Henrietta Verma, Library Journal
This selection of her work represents Binchy's eclectic interests, infectious sense of humor and wry take on social change. . . . A blithe, entertaining collection that will surely delight [her] many fans. Kirkus Reviews
Maeve's Times is funny and clever and kind, which are excellent qualities in both books and people. . .what this wonderful collection of her work for this paper makes abundantly clear is that she was a superb journalist. Anna Carey, The Irish Times
Brimming with Binchy's intelligence, incisive wit, straightforwardness and incomparable charm. Pam Norfolk, Burnley Express
Like the best journalism, Maeve's newspaper pieces stand the test of time. John Spain, Irish Independent"

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