Just Patty Alice Jane Chandler Webster Mrs McKinney was an American writer and author of many books published under the pseudonym Jean Webster In Webster entered Vassar College as a member of th

  • Title: Just Patty
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  • Alice Jane Chandler Webster, Mrs McKinney 1876 1916 was an American writer and author of many books published under the pseudonym Jean Webster In 1897, Webster entered Vassar College as a member of the class of 1901 majoring in English and economics She was a contributor of stories to the Vassar Miscellany and as part of her sopho year English class, began writingAlice Jane Chandler Webster, Mrs McKinney 1876 1916 was an American writer and author of many books published under the pseudonym Jean Webster In 1897, Webster entered Vassar College as a member of the class of 1901 majoring in English and economics She was a contributor of stories to the Vassar Miscellany and as part of her sopho year English class, began writing a weekly column of Vassar news and stories for the Poughkeepsie Sunday Courier After graduating she began writing When Patty Went to College, in which she described contemporary women s college life After some struggles finding a publisher, it was issued in March 1903 to good reviews She then started writing the short stories that would make up Much Ado About Peter 1909 , and with her mother visited Italy for the winter of 1903 4 including a 6 week stay in a convent in Palestrina, while she wrote The Wheat Princess It was subsequently published in 1905 She supported women s suffrage and education for women Her other works include Jerry Junior 1907 , The Four Pools Mystery 1908 , Just Patty 1911 , Daddy Long Legs 1912 and Dear Enemy 1915.

    Just Patty by Jean Webster Just Patty is a collection of short stories about Patty and her school friends at boarding school The first story sets the scene, introducing Patty and her two best friends, as well as the teachers and other pupils who we get to know better in later stories. Just Patty poet at allpoetry Just Patty is the poet name used by the Dutch writer Patty van Delft Why the name Just Patty Because writing poetry is a naked reflection of the heart and soul, nothing and nothing less It s just you without decorations. Just Patty Just Patty is Jean Webster s sixth novel, published in It is a prequel to When Patty Went to College External links Etext at A Celebration of Women Writers Just Patty Kindle edition by Jean Webster, C M Apr , Just Patty Kindle edition by Jean Webster, C M Charles Mark Relyea Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Just Patty. Just Patty by Jean Webster epubBooks Description Just Patty is the prequel to When Patty Went to College, which was Webster s first novel We see the same lovable prankster at school, causing just as much havoc as ever and delighting her fellow students with her scornful disregard for rules and etiquette. Just Patty YouTube Just Patty is the poet name of the Dutch writer Patty van Delft On this channel you will find her latest promotion video s and poetry video s Why the name Just Patty Because writing poetry is Just Patty Jean Webster Free Download, Borrow, and Just Patty is the prequel to When Patty Went to College, the first novel by the author of Daddy Long Legs and Dear Enemy Summary by Lorelle Anderson For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats if available , please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. Just Patty by Jean Webster Free at Loyal Books From forming a labor union to furnishing a house for the neighbors, Patty s ideas are unconventional, yet loads of fun Just Patty is the prequel to When Patty Went to College, the first novel by the author of Daddy Long Legs and Dear Enemy.

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      Jean Webster pseudonym for Alice Jane Chandler Webster was an American writer and author of many books including Daddy Long Legs and Dear Enemy Her most well known books feature lively and likeable young female protagonists who come of age intellectually, morally, and socially, but with enough humor, snappy dialogue, and gently biting social commentary to make her books palatable and enjoyable to contemporary readers.



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    1. پتی مثل همیشه فوق العاده بود، گرچه به نظرم کم سن و سال تر شده بود که احتمالاً ناشی از ترجمه ست. همینطور چشممان به جمال جری جوان روشن شد =) به قدری که شک کردم نکند کنستانتینِ جری جوان، همین کانی باشد که عاشق باغ های ایتالیایی ست.و اما ترجمه، اوایل کتاب فاجعه بود، اما به مرور بهتر و [...]

    2. بین کتابهام نگاه میکردم گفتم باید یه کتاب خوب بخونم به عنوان جایزه ی اتمام کتابهای نیمه تماممداشتم کتابهامو ورق میزدم همینجوری مقدمه ها رو میخوندم این کتاب مقدمه نداشت! داستان شروع شده بود شروع کردم به خوندن و خوندن!! و یهو دیدم بیشتر از نصف کتاب رو خوندم! داستان روان با ترجمه [...]

    3. Patty and her two best friends Conny and Priscilla are appalled when they find out they've been separated as roommates for their senior year at Saint Ursula's boarding school. Patty will not let it stand and the girls come up with schemes to go back to rooming with one another. The book follows Conny, Priscilla, Patty and their schoolmates (but mostly Patty) through their senior year. It's a series of vignettes about friendship, mischief and growing up in the early 1900s.When I downloaded this f [...]

    4. Just Patty, Jean Webster (1876 - 1916)عنوان: فقط پتی؛ نویسنده: جین وبستر؛ تصویرگر: چارلز ا. ریلایا؛ مترجم: پوران لشینی ابیان؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، البرز، 1393، در 265 ص، شابک: 9789644428739؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی قرن 20 مپتی دختر جوانی است که به همراه دو هم اتاقی خود به نامهای کانی و پرسیلا در [...]

    5. It's a pleasant novelty to read American schoolgirl stories. I kept thinking I was reading Susan Coolidge and wondering when it was going to get didactic. But Jean Webster is a way better writer than Susan Coolidge. Very cute lah! And I enjoyed her sharp observations about charity -- how the charitable Christmas gift-giving was more fun for the girls than for the poor kids -- though I wonder whether the ending of the story doesn't kind of fall back into the same trap, of focusing charity on how [...]

    6. Adorable and diverting boarding school story from 1911. Instead of having an overall plot, this book is a series of funny incidents in the lives of the girls. You can get it free for Kindle from :smileazon/Just-Patty-J

    7. Published before her most famous book, Daddy-Long-Legs, and boy does it show. There's no "plot" here, no storyline at all. It's just a bunch of vignettes that seem thrown together. Webster doesn't even bother to tell us what her main characters look like in the first chapter--little by little their appearance etc is revealed. What's worse is that there is absolutely no world-building. It's like talking to a preteen who just naturally assumes that you know what their school is like, who their tea [...]

    8. “Just Patty” is a collection of short stories about Patty and her school friends at boarding school. The first story sets the scene, introducing Patty and her two best friends, as well as the teachers and other pupils who we get to know better in later stories.I’m an unashamed fan of old-style school stories, but haven’t read many with American settings. ”Just Patty” is set at St Ursula’s, a “church school” for – and I’m reading in between the lines here – daughters of th [...]

    9. This book tells about a girl named Patty who lives in a dormitory. she and both her friends, Connie and Priscilla always make a shocking act of boarding or their school. because of their misbehavior, Patty and her friends Connie and Priscilla has a bad reputation as a wayward girls in the boarding school St. Ursula, USA. But his unique, they also are smart girls. even though their teacher named Miss Lord separated them by separating their rooms, they can still come together by taking unique and [...]

    10. Boarding school, but not British. Frivolous Patty and her friends Conny and Priscilla make an impression on their boarding school. Patty is intended to seem fun-loving and playful, but sometimes (at least from the perspective of a long time librarian and teacher) she just comes off as annoying. A disappointment after the inimitable _Daddy Long Legs_ and the winning _Dear Enemy_, but a fun story about a time long gone by--in fact it probably never existed.

    11. A collection of short stories, these were absolutely hilarious and sweet. Patty is full of mischief and makes plenty of mistakes, but has a heart of gold. There is one story where she tries to pull a prank dressed up as a ghost. The book is making fun of believing in ghosts and that sort of thing, but it still revolves around the idea in that story somewhat--thus the four stars.

    12. Selama ini Jean Webster lebih dikenal dengan novelnya "Daddy-Long-Legs" (DDL). Padahal selain itu Webster menulis 7 novel lainnya (setahu saya), salah satunya "Just Patty" yang ditulis tahun 1911, dan tak kalah menarik dengan DDL.Kagum deh sama Webster, membaca karyanya seperti bukan karya yang ditulis hampir 100 tahun lalu. Karakter Patty yang cerdas, ceria, dan iseng abis, bikin saya gemes.

    13. As always, Jean Webster is an utter delight. I gave it four stars instead of five because there's not really any semblance of a plot, but it's still a really fun, giggle-worthy read. Check out my full review at Forever Young Adult.

    14. ini merupakan sekumpulan cerpen dalam 1 novel yang ceritanya berputar pada dimensi yang sama, tokoh-tokoh yang sama, dan lingkungan yang sama. Novel ini membawa keceriaan dalam setiap bab (atau cerpen) yang disajikannya. Beberapa pelajaran yang dapat diambil : "Hidup itu pendek, maka selagi muda, nikmatilah hidupmu", "Menikmati hidup seperti anak kecil adalah hal terindah yang pernah terjadi, dari mata seorang anak, dunia tidaklah kejam, dunia terlihat indah dan membuat kita banyak penasaran pad [...]

    15. Enjoyed Daddy Longlegs by this author. But, Patty, a girl of 17 or 18, at boarding school being what would be considered a bully these days, just not my thing. And no matter how much trouble she got herself into, she was always forgiven because she was just so darn feisty and adorable. Yuck.

    16. I thoroughly enjoyed author Jean Webster's charming book Daddy Long Legs about a plucky and pert orphan who makes good as a scholarship student at a college. Was it a little bit dated? Sure, but the novel's heroine Judy Abbott was so good-hearted and realistically saucy and impulsive that I couldn't help but love the book.Just as delightful is Webster’s Just Patty, which deals with the adventures of Patty Wyatt, a spirited -- her teachers would say impudent -- but kind-hearted high school seni [...]

    17. Judul Asli : JUST PATTYCopyright © 1912, by Jean WebsterPenerbit Orange BooksAlih Bahasa : Rien ChaeraniEditor : Azzura Dayana Lay-out : NurhasanahPemeriksa Aksara : ErdyantDesain Sampul : Windu TampanCetakan I : April 2010 ; 270 hlm ~ Conclusion in English ~Kisah kehidupan para remaja di sekolah asrama selalu menarik untuk disimak, terutama asrama para gadis belia yang tak pernah kehabisan akal dalam usaha mengisi kehidupan sehari-hari antara sekolah dan kegiatan waktu luang. Jika sebelumnya d [...]

    18. سرشناسه: وبستر، جین، 1916-1876 م. Webster, Jeanعنوان و نام پدید آور: تنها پتی / اثر: جین وبستر؛ ترجمه ی سمانه نوین تن.مشخصات نشر: نگاه آشنامشخصات ظاهری: 289 صوضعیت فهرست نویسی: فیپایادداشت: عنوان اصلی: Just Pattyموضوع: داستان های آمریکایی - قرن 20 م.شابک: 9786005416763قسمتی از کتاب:.مادرِ خانم مورفى يك سا [...]

    19. Oh, oh, ohhhhh! Best bookstore find of 2016, hands down. I love Daddy-Long-Legs and Dear Enemy and so finding another book by Jean Webster was the ultimate treat. This one isn't in epistolary style, like those two, which made it feel very familiar and yet strikingly different. Patty and her friends get into all sorts of mischief and shenanigans as they complete their final year at their private boarding school. The environment and tone reminded me some of A Little Princess but it is less morally [...]

    20. This book was written after Patty Went to College, but it is a prequel. The age of the characters seems to fluxuate sometimes that I wonder just how old Patty is supposed to be. This is probably because of the time period in which it is set when a girl isn't a woman until she is married and therefore acts differently than modern youth. It is a delight to read, and written in short vignettes so it is easy to digest. Patty is a high-spirited girl with lots of allies at her school to assist her in [...]

    21. it's a book about Patty Wyatt, a girl that lived on american dormintory school, called Santa Ursula. she's a smart girl who loves to shocking the school by fix the problems on school with her way smart but for some people weird and anticipated with her best friend, Conny&Pricillia. in this book there's all story about patty wyatt on St.Ursula from she get punishment by "Lordy", a Latin teacher because she doing strike for not reading her latin memorize-test not because she's weak on that sub [...]

    22. This is the fourth of four Websters I've read all in a row, and this is the weakest of the lot - it reads more like small anecdotes versus an actual novel - it's interesting in that JUST PATTY was written after When Patty Went to College but I found that book (her first) superior to this one. Totally worth the read, but I can't imagine going back to it often (which I will with Daddy Long Legs and Dear Enemy).

    23. Just Patty (first published 1911)First Term at Malory Towers (first published 1946)The Naughtiest Girl in the School (first published 1940)The Twins at St. Clare's (first published 1941)aiish tuaan buku ini ternyata, jadi tambah pengen baca :p-----------------------------------------ini cerita klasik, cerita ttg kehidupan di sekolah berasrama, khusus perempuan.tualangan2 konyol patty dan teman2nya menbuat gw cekikikan sendiri.kolah ini setingkat SMA, jd bayangkan gadis2 remaja dgn sgala tingkah [...]

    24. Another curiously modern book from the turn of the century author, Jean Webster. The plot revolves around a lively girl Patty and her friends who have a variety of adventures at their girls' boarding school. Each chapter adds to the loosely linked chain, in much the same way as the continuing episodes of a television show! This book was also studied by the girls of the teen series, "Mother and Daughter Book Club". You would think it would be earier to obtain it, but I had to Interlibrary Loan an [...]

    25. A classic one. Buku tentang suka duka hidup di sekolah berasrama. Saya suka buku ini, lumayan lucu, dan nuansanya yang sangat remaja. Kenakalan-kenakalan Patty yang menggemaskan, berantem-berantemnya dia dan teman-temannya. Walaupun berlatar awal tahun 1900an, tapi kesan remajanya tidak jauh berbeda dengan remaja saat ini. Ada setia kawan antar teman-teman segeng, keinginan untuk menjadi populer, dan gosip-gosip ala remaja. Singkatnya, menyenangkan untuk dibaca.

    26. Webster is rather a guilty pleasure, and this book delivers a cheerfully frothy story -- in this case a string of loosely-connected anecdotes about Patty and her friends in their last year at a private high school for girls. Some of the stories are sweet, others funny, but they're all very much the same sort of thing, relying on elements of farce to carry them off. Hardly great literature, but in spite of that I wish I could find a hardcopy of the sequel.

    27. Sentimental early 1900's boarding school fiction, full of silly antics and adventures. Yet I find it strangely satisfying as a quick read at work and for summer.ng on to the followup of Patty Goes to College next. Though come to think of it, Patty isn't often the main character in this booke vignettes are from her point of view or she's part of the action. We see what's going on through her.

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