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Название: Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy Автор: Helen Fielding Жанр: Современная проза. Описание: Great comic writers are as rare as hen's teeth. Mad About the Boy (Bridget Jones, #3) by Helen Fielding, Jenny Colgan, Jill Mansell, Alexandra Brown, Lucy Diamond, Jane Costello, Carole. Bridget Jones (Series). Helen Fielding Author Hanna Williamsson Translator ( ) Fielding Author (). cover image of Bridget Jones. Mad about the boy .
The bits that seem to try to make Bridget relatable are all to do with crisis about the children - a look at how adorable and funny these little people are sort of humor.
I still remember the scene where Magda and Jeremy had that blazing row outside of Bridget's flat, while her bathtub was overflowing and the car alarm was going off all over - it was screamingly funny. Nothing in this book really raises a genuine laugh. There are a few nice moments in it - when she has the moment with Jeremy where they are both being extremely sad about Mark, and when - as part of that same scene - she thinks about how she has spent the last 20 years not wanting to hurt the feelings of a group of Cosmo's circle who are consistently rude to her.
Those both felt very real and true, so much so that they almost seemed like part of a different story altogether.
The narrative structure of this book -which sticks to the standard diary form, but jumps through time from the opening scenes back in time to an earlier period, then catches up with the opening scenes time period about half way through, continues through linear time until the end, when it fast forwards to a Happy Ending quota. Aside from the part that day entries in the diary are so sprawling that they sometimes now go on for multiple chapters, the overall structure and time movement doesn't make much sense.
Time as a whole seems a bit problematic for Fielding in this installment - with Bridget being 51, with her oldest child at age 7 - she must have had her first baby at This is, at least, nine years after the end of the last book, when she and Mark were planning their lives together.
Sure, maybe it took awhile for them to get it all together, but with all the previous mention of biological clocks, doesn't it seem like they would have tried for kids right away? Or if not, that there would be some mention of why?
It seems rather like the answer is so that Bridget's children can be Cute! Bridget's friends are all more or less intact - although Tom is now a top psychologist really?
Shazzar has moved to America with her husband, which may or may not be a metaphor for the voice of feminism becoming more distant as Bridget ages. Tom's obsession with Gwenyth Paltrow's lifestyle blog is horned in at every possible opportunity, but to no real end.
Mad About the Boy
It's not even that funny. Roxster, who is the toy boy that Bridget takes up with, is a merry sex god who seems to have no personality of his own. He's also 30, although his character seems to live and act more like he just got out of university lives with three other boys and obsessed with food. Over the course of the year, Bridget loses a total of 72 pounds but gains a total of She remains, however, optimistic. Through it all, Bridget will have you helpless with laughter, and — like millions of readers the world round — you'll find yourself shouting, "Bridget Jones is me!
Lurching from the cappuccino bars of Notting Hill to the blissed-out shores of Thailand, Bridget Jones searches for The Truth in spite of pathetically unevolved men, insane dating theories, and Smug Married advice "'I'm just calling to say in the potty!
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In the potty! Well, do it in Daddy's hand, then!
Bridget Jones is back! Great comic writers are as rare as hen's teeth.
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And Helen is one of a very select band who have created a character of whom the very thought makes you smile. Bridget Jones' Diary, charting the life of a something singleton in London in the s was a huge international bestseller, published in 40 countries and selling over 15 million copies worldwide.
Its sequel, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, published soon after was also a major international bestseller. Set in the present, the new novel will explore a different phase in Bridget's life with an entirely new scenario. As Helen Fielding has said: The Diaries Bridget Jones 4 Goodreads rating: The Diaries. Realize there have been so many times in my life when have fantasized about going to a scan with Mark or Daniel: Before motherhood, before marriage, Bridget with biological clock ticking very, very loudly, finds herself unexpectedly pregnant at the eleventh hour:Is it normal to get fewer followers the more you tweet?
Our favorite hapless heroine returns after a decade-plus hiatus, juggling two kids, potential boyfriends, smug marrieds, rogue gadgets, and her nascent Twitter feed.
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