Doamna Doubtfire

Lydia, Christopher i Natalie sunt obi nui i cu certurile n familie De i p rin ii au divor at, via a lor nu a devenit mai lini tit , iar cei trei fra i trebuie s se mpart ntre mam i tat.Ve nic nver unat i nc p n ndu se s i lase pe copii c t mai pu in n grija lui Daniel, Miranda hot r te s angajeze o bon Din momentul n care p e te n casa lor, doamnaLydia, Christopher i Natalie sunt obi nui i cu certurile n familie De i p rin ii au divor at, via a lor nu a devenit mai lini tit , iar cei trei fra i trebuie s se mpart ntre mam i tat.Ve nic nver unat i nc p n ndu se s i lase pe copii c t mai pu in n grija lui Daniel, Miranda hot r te s angajeze o bon Din momentul n care p e te n casa lor, doamna Doubtfire femeia impun toare i hot r t schimb atmosfera n familie, aduc nd parfum de lavand i pu in relaxare.
Doamna Doubtfire Lydia Christopher i Natalie sunt obi nui i cu certurile n familie De i p rin ii au divor at via a lor nu a devenit mai lini tit iar cei trei fra i trebuie s se mpart ntre mam i tat Ve nic nver una

  • Title: Doamna Doubtfire
  • Author: Anne Fine Iulia Arsintescu
  • ISBN: 9786067880052
  • Page: 339
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About the Author

    Anne Fine Iulia Arsintescu

    Though readers often find themselves inadvertently laughing aloud as they read Anne Fine s novels, as she herself admits, a lot of my work, even for fairly young readers, raises serious social issues Growing up is a long and confusing business I try to show that the battle through the chaos is worthwhile and can, at times, be seen as very funny In 1994, this unique combination of humour and realism inspired the hit movie MRS DOUBTFIRE, based on Anne s novel MADAME DOUBTFIRE and starring the late comedic genius Robin Williams.Anne is best known in her home country, England, as a writer principally for children, but over the years she has also written eight novels for adult readers Seven of these she describes as black or sour comedies, and the first, THE KILLJOY, simply as dead black These novels have proved great favourites with reading groups, causing readers to squirm with mingled horror and delight as she peels away the layers in all too familiar family relationships, exposing the tangled threads and conflicts beneath It s perhaps not surprising that Anne has openly expressed astonishment at the fact that murder in the domestic setting is not even common Anne has written than sixty books for children and young people Amongst numerous other awards, she is twice winner of both the Carnegie Medal, Britain s most prestigious children s book award, and the Whitbread Award Twice chosen as Children s Author of the Year in the British Book Awards, Anne Fine was also the first novelist to be honoured as Children s Laureate in the United Kingdom In 2003, Anne became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and was awarded an OBE Her work has been translated into forty five languages.Anne Fine lives in the north of England and has two grown up daughters.

    380 Comment

    • Sandy said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I saw the movie so many times that I lost count. I love it, it is so funny.That being said, I don't like the book very much. It's not funny at all. I really don't know about divorce at all. In this book, it is horrible. The parents are always fighting with each other and verbally bashing each other (seperately) in front of the kids. The father, Daniel, was always pretending to act out killing the mother, Miranda, in various ways. Sometimes in front of the children.The author never specifies the [...]

    • Simona Stoica said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Recenzie completă: palarisme/chef/carti/recenzÎmi e dor de Robin Williams.

    • Nusrat Mahmood said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      The book is good but the movie is better! I mean being a bookworm it does not mean you stick to the idea that the book shall always better than the movie. moreover, there was Robin Williams in it! and you know how perfectly he pulls of Danielle there.who does not like a movie RW in it? duh! oh ! okay sorry! it's a book review not a movie! But ROBIN WILLIAMS man! <3

    • Quang said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Đang đọc mà mình cứ muốn hét lên "Ông bố này điên quá" rồi cười thật to =))Mở đầu bằng những mẩu đối thoại đầy yêu thương các con, và cũng đầy bực tức với người vợ mình, tác giả đã dần dẫn dắt người đọc đến những tình tiết cao trào, trớ trêu đầy thú vị, lột tả cái hài, cái vô tư, nhưng cũng là cái vô trách nhiệm của một ông chồng diễn viên. Người đọc, cũng như n [...]

    • Nikki said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I don't think I would have enjoyed Madame Doubtfire even as a kid. The emotionally fraught parts of it probably wouldn't have bothered me -- the family torn apart by divorce, etc, though it would bother some children -- but I would have been too embarrassed by the whole charade for words, and that's how I feel now, as an adult.It's an attempt at realism, really -- despite the rather whacky concept. It deals with things the children might really think and feel, and with problems parents might wel [...]

    • Serena.. Sery-ously? said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Ok, era ovvio che avrei avuto delle delusioni sul piano libri nel 2015 ma non pensavo così presto, NON così cocente e soprattuto NON con questo libro, che ho desiderato ardentemente non appena scoperto la sua esistenza (e causa di un ordine su Libraccio per rimediarlo).L'ho odiato e mi ha provocato profondo disagio, lo ammetto! NOn credo nemmeno ci arrivi, alle due stelline. Sigh.Ero pronta ad affrontare una storia che avesse ispirato il film (*Adoro*) e se ne discostasse, giuro Ma non ho mai [...]

    • Midori said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Bà giúp việc mới đến trông rõ là kì lạ, mẹ thì lo ba đứa trẻ sợ chết khiếp còn ba đứa lại yêu bà giúp việc lạ hoắc, to như tịnh và rõ kém sắc. Tại vì bà giúp việc là Bố mà! Bố là diễn viên kịch nhưng đã li dị Mẹ và hai người ghét nhau vô cùng. Và rõ ràng là Bố coi mẹ như phù thủy còn Mẹ thì nghĩ Bố thật tồi tệ và ăn hại. Cho nên đừng hỏi làm sao mà Bố phải hóa trang thà [...]

    • Lizzieyork said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      No hay mucho que decir. Realmente,prefiero mil veces la película. El libro es en puntos tenebroso. Daniel parece algo desequilibrado en sus reacciones,en sus mímicas de querer "matar" a su mujer de maneras que dan escalofríos, y del poco respeto a los sentimientos de los hijos, mucho más coherentes y adultos que el padre en algunas situaciones. No encontré momentos cómicos. Al contrario.Quizá la historia es demasiado cruda y real, pero se soluciona apaciblemente y hasta de forma civilizad [...]

    • Anna (Curiosity comes before Kay) said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      More like 2.5 Stars. This was probably the harshest (not to say it wasn't fairly well-written), most depressing kid's book I've read. A realistic and extremely uncomfortable portrayal of the effects of a nasty divorce/aftermath on the children being yanked in both directions. That said, I'll stick with the movie from now on.

    • Rebecca McNutt said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Not really a bad book; that being said it's very misleading. It offers the promise of being really funny but instead it's just incredibly sad, as the children in the story are thrown around through their parents' messy divorce. And if you've ever seen the 1990's Robin Williams film adaptation, this book will likely be just a big disappointment to you.

    • Sandra Bašić said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Vrlo simpatična knjiga! Ipak mi je više "sjela" filmska verzija a falile su mi i muke po Piercu Brosnanu hahahah

    • Fiona said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      The film is better than the book. It was a bit of a shock to find out that it was firstly a book and secondly by an author that I have read a couple of books of as a child. I can't say i was into her books much back then. Thirdly it is most definitely British and written in the way books were back in the early 90s and before where the children sounded so awfully posh. So prim and proper. Ugh.I kind of preferred it as American as I coughs not quite match Robin Williams up to this version. And who [...]

    • Melody Vaz said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      lovedddddddddd it

    • Krystal Phạm said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      “Bà giúp việc mới tới ngươi to uỳnh, mặt bự phấn, trông rõ là kém duyên. Vây mà lũ trẻ đứa nào cũng thích bà, chả là vì chúng biết bà là bố Daniel chứ chẳng ai xa lạ. Chỉ mẹ Miranda là không biết. Để có thêm thời gian bên các con, Daniel đã phải đóng giả bà Doubtfire tới nhà vợ cũ xin làm giúp việc…”Tôi khá ấn tượng và thích thú với lời mở đầu của câu chuyện này. Cốt truyệt [...]

    • Chris said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I didn't know there was a book that inspired the movie until I watched the special features of Mrs. Doubtfire on DVD. I went out and got the book right away and started reading it. The chapters are long but you wouldn't know that from reading this book. The story flows so eloquently that it's hard to put it down.The story of Miranda and Daniel are one that many children today, more so than ever, have to deal with because of the divorce of their parents. What made this story so special was the wr [...]

    • Inn Auni said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      [READ AT YOUR OWN PERIL](view spoiler)[Daniel and Miranda Hillard are separated and Miranda, a successful businesswoman, severely limits the amount of time Daniel, an impractical, out-of-work actor, is allowed to spend with their three children Lydia, Chris, and Natalie.When Miranda decides to hire a nanny, however, Daniel disguises himself as a woman and gets the job. The two eldest children immediately know who "Madame Doubtfire" is, but the youngest and Miranda are fooled. Daniel uses his dis [...]

    • Lisa (ohthenargles) said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      A 3 star rating to me is somewhere between a 5.5 and 7 on a 10 point scale. The movie ruined the book for me. It is one of my favourites and I can watch it over and over again. Robin Williams is brilliant and so this the movie's added feature of Dan being a voice actor. I think that gave the story a lot more depth. The book was missing that depth. And the fact that the children (view spoiler)[knew from the start that Dan was Doubtfire and Miranda didn't made the story seem a lot more plausible. [...]

    • juan carlos said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Un libro que me dejo con el ojo cuadrado, ya que me cambio toda la perspectiva de la película que yo amaba. Muestra de una manera fría y objetiva lo que realmente pasa en un divorcio y como los hijos siempre terminan sufriendo más que los padres.Con escenas humorísticas y momentos reflexivos y dolorosos anne fine nos presenta una narración fluida y un personaje muy creativo como Madame Doubtfire.

    • Ionuț said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      O carte superbă. Un reprezentant excelent al literaturii pentru copii.

    • Phylicia said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I think it was.t as good as the movie. Then again, they never are.Daniel lied saying he had a job as a nude modelGloria's (neighbor) name in the movie is Mrs. Hooper in the bookMiranda has red hair (37)Chapter 3, everyone fears MirandaMiranda worked at Hillard's lighting Emporium, while in the movie, Miranda was an interior decoratorNatalie opened the door for Madame D (58) when they first met, not MirandaMadame Doubtfire/Dan tapped Natalie on the buttNatty knows Madame D is Daniel. She calls hi [...]

    • Mariam Abood said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I am sadly currently writing this review in the wake of Robin Williams' death. Williams was a truly marvellous actor and comedian, and I feel Hollywood, as well as the world, has lost a true gem tonight.I'm not going to lie, I remember being incredibly confused reading this when I was a kid. I adored the movie, so when I heard it had been inspired by this book, obviously I decided to read this book immediately. The problem was, the movie wasn't exactly faithful to the book, and I remember being [...]

    • Tracy Terry said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      The inspiration behind the film Mrs Doubtfire starring Robin Williams, though fundamentally the same, without saying too much, I found this to be much deeper and, a contradiction in terms I know, both darker and yet on occasion more frothy.Predominantly the story of a fathers struggle to see more of his children after divorce, whilst undoubtedly funny Madame Doubtfire concentrates less on the cross-dressing antics of the film and instead deals with some very real issues in a way that is both sen [...]

    • Elizabeth said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I remember reading this book as a kid and being very very confused when the movie Mrs. Doubtfire came out. "But it's Mme. Doubtfire," I kept protesting. It's funny how little things like that are very important when you are young.

    • Gerasimos said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Very enjoyable and fun book, but not as good as the movie with Robin Williams.

    • Inés Izal said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Demasiado soso. La película le da mil vueltas al libro.

    • Alina said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I love the story behind this book! And it teach us so many valuable lessons!

    • Diana said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      One of the rare occasions where the movie outshines the book by far.

    • MyNguyen1709 said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Mình không biết chấm sao thế nào với cuốn sách này. Nó làm mình cười và làm mình khóc, nó làm mình cảm thấy thật điên khùng, làm mình cảm thấy hôn nhân và ly dị thật khủng khiếp, mình nghĩ làm gì có chuyện như vậy Nhưng nó cuốn hút và mình đọc một vèo trong khoảng thời gian rảnh của 2 ngày, và muốn biết tình tiết tiếp theo, muốn biết kết truy [...]

    • MiiriAm said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      Es mucho mejor la adaptación cinematográfica, es una de esas historias que se queda corta en cuanto a creación de personajes y argumento. La historia es ligera, el libro se puede terminar en 2 horas pero no tiene momentos memorables, en algunas partes del libro llegue a sentir repulsion por Daniel, no me gusta comparar pero la empatía que logro Robin Williams es simplemente extraordinaria, sobre todo al imaginar que tenia como base algo tan poco solido.La persona que se dedico a llevar este [...]

    • Adrianne said:
      Aug 21, 2018 - 15:33 PM

      I wonder if I would have felt differently about this book if I'd read it before seeing the film, but perhaps not. I've lost count of how many times I've seen Robin Williams in the film version, and I was expecting more of the same from the book. Unfortunately, I felt as though I was reading a completely different story. I get that divorce can be a horrible situation for some, perhaps many, families, but the nastiness here was unrelenting. None of the characters were likeable. The film got across [...]

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