Download ➸ Shylocks Daughter Author Erica Jong – Justinfoline.us

Shylocks Daughter Jessica Pruitt Is One Of The Most Beautiful Women In The World And One Of The Screen S Most Admired Actresses, Though Her Personal Life Is An Unromantic Shambles She Has Come To Venice, Her Favorite City, To Star In A Film Based On The Merchant Of Venice While Wandering The Twisted Alleys Of The Ancient Jewish Ghetto, She Is Suddenly Transported Back In Time To The Thriving City Of Venice In The 16th Century, Where She Becomes Jessica, The Jewish Heroine Of The Play There, She Encounters A Young Will Shakepeare, With All Of His Plays And Triumphs Still Ahead Of Him Their Attraction Is Instantaneous, Their Passion Uncontrolled And Before Their Breathtaking Affair Ends, Each Will Have Discovered The Love Of A Soul Mate And The Greatest Inspiration Of Their Lives.

Download ➸ Shylocks Daughter  Author Erica Jong – Justinfoline.us
  • Paperback
  • 250 pages
  • Shylocks Daughter
  • Erica Jong
  • English
  • 20 July 2019
  • 0061008303

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  1. says:

    Interestingly, when I took this out of the library, there was a piece of paper taped on the inside jacket titled readers comments Here s what anonymous guest critics had to say Great fun Enjoyed every minute Unfortunately, rather boring Waste of time Read and returned book Extravagant and too fevered, but wonderful, too Well, I wasn t too fazed by the mixed reviews because I know Jong is not for everybody But she s always been high on my list of favorites and the story sounded Interestingly, when I took this out of the library, there was a piece of paper taped on the inside jacket titled readers comments Here s what anonymous guest critics had to say Great fun Enjoyed every minute Unfortunately, rather boring Waste of time Read and returned book Extravagant and too fevered, but wonderful, too Well, I wasn t too fazed by the mixed reviews ...


  2. says:

    Ugh When I was 19, I read Erica Jong s famous book the Fear of Flying An incurable bookworm, I read widely back then but nothing could have prepared me to how icky some writing can be This was a book, I found lying out on a table in a hostel in Vienna, where I was staying a few days, en route home from India Totally out of money, I would have read anything these were the d...


  3. says:

    There s a common misconception that the reason to read an Erica Jong book is for its pornographic qualities I just skimmed through looking for the dirty parts, and I was disappointed, as a friend once dismissed this novel Serenissima in fact is a free wheeling now becomes then fantasy involving a Shakespearean actress and Shakespeare himself Jong is a good writer, a knowledgable writer, a strong writer who tackles this in a very entertaining and enlightening way.Her first novel, Fear of Fly There s a common misconception that the reason to read an Erica Jong book is for its pornographic qualities I just skimmed through looking for the dirty parts, and I was disappointed, as a friend once dismissed this novel Serenissima in fact is a free wheeling now becomes then fantasy involving a Shakespearean actress and Shakespeare himself Jong is a good writer, a knowledgable writer, a strong writer w...


  4. says:

    This was my first Erica Jong book I enjoyed it, although the untranslated Italian words were a tiny bit annoying I m not sure why she s considered so sexually controversial, although maybe Fear of Flying isintense Or maybe I ve just read too many smutty romance novels I d put this at 3 stars for writing style and initial impression, but the whole parallel Shakespeare universe thing bumps it up to 4 stars for me Plus, there s probably some deep meaning in there somewhere that will occu This was my first Erica Jong book I enjoyed it, although the untranslated Italian words were a tiny bit annoying I m not sure why she s considered so sexually controversial, although maybe Fear of Flying isintense Or maybe I ve just read too many smutty romance novels I d put this at 3 stars for writing style and initial impression, but the whole parallel Shakespeare universe thing bumps it up to 4 stars for me Plus, there s probably some deep meaning in there somewhere that will occur to me a ...


  5. says:

    This book definitely provided some entertainment and a carrying away effect, which was fun However, the main character, Jessica, didn t develop as deeply as I kept anticipating she would It s a light hearted story, and an adventure into the past where she meets up with Shakespeare himself I found this an interesting and unexpected aspect of the story Jessica lives a very privileged life, but like many of us, make...


  6. says:

    A beautifully written story of an actress who attends a film festival in Venice, then heads into the past to meet young Will As she studies for the part of Jessica, Shylock s daughter in the The Merchant of Venice, a witch casts a spell that brings the past and present together.


  7. says:

    Originally published as Serenissima, this is the erotic tale of an actress who goes to Venice to film The Merchant of Venice She beomes infatuated with the ancient city and teeters between dreamworld and reality Are these people she meets real or part of a fantasycould she be fall...


  8. says:

    My favourite Erica Jong s novel I haven t read this in many years but the memories are good ones I loved the timelessness of the storytelling, the out of time, out of body experience, Shakespeare in Venice and how the heroine slips into Jessica s persona trying...


  9. says:

    Awful The main character spends most of the time talking about her designer 80s clothes Also annoying rambling on and on and using strings of multiple adjectives when only one is needed The lack of conciseness got old after 20 pages.


  10. says:

    Imaginative, rewarding fast read with something to think about afterward The leading characters are a mature actress and the city of Venice.

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