My Brilliant Career: My Career Goes Bung


      My Brilliant Career: My Career Goes Bung
Miles Franklin s classic of 1901 follows the unconventional life and struggles of one of Australia s most memorable female characters Sybylla s passion and rebellion bring her no end of trouble, in life and in love Included in this edition is the sequel, My Career Goes Bung. Download My Brilliant Career: My Career Goes Bung By Miles Franklin – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Stella Maria Sarah Miles Franklin was born in 1879 in rural Australia My Brilliant Career, her first novel, was published to much excitement and acclaim She moved to Sydney where she became involved in feminist and literary circles and then onto the USA in 1907.She was committed to the development of a uniquely Australian form of literature, and she actively pursued this goal by supporting writers, literary journals, and writers organisations She has had a long lasting impact on Australian literary life through her endowment of a major literary award known as the Miles Franklin Award.

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  • Paperback
  • 450 pages
  • My Brilliant Career: My Career Goes Bung
  • Miles Franklin
  • English
  • 21 November 2018
  • 0207186952

10 thoughts on “ My Brilliant Career: My Career Goes Bung

  1. says:

    It s hard to believe that this novel was written by a young woman in her teens it s even harder to believe that it was written in the late nineteenth century So much for Victorian attitudes Sybylla rages against her parents, shuns marriage in favour of a career, sees class ism and injustice as it truly is, and at one point questions the existence of God The result is an entertaining story Sybylla is a worthy literary sister to Anne of Green Gables, or the March sisters The story has a li It s hard to believe that this novel was written by a young woman in her teens it s even harder to believe that it was written in the late nineteenth century So much for Victorian attitudes Sybylla rages against her parents, shuns marriage in favour of a career, sees class ism and injustice as it truly is, and at one point questions the existence of God The result is an entertaining story Sybylla is a worthy literary sister to Anne of Green Gables, or the March sisters The story has a little le...

  2. says:

    I m well aware that many people find Miles Franklin s work a little slow going, but My Brilliant Career is one of my absolute favourite novels, and one I ve reread several times since my first time as an impressionable teenager I love the main character, Sybylla, and I ve had a massive crush on Harry Beecham for roughly twelve years now Do read it i...

  3. says:

    I m usually a strict urban fantasy reader but I had to read this book as part of a course I was doing I was pleasantly surprised Definately recommend it.

  4. says:

    Not so good as the first in the series Also pretty sure there is a Virago version, which not listed.

  5. says:

    My Brilliant Career has not gained, I think, from its reputation as an Australian classic , or even from Gillian Anderson s very good film, which launched both her brilliant career, and those of Judy Davis and Sam Neill The film, in particular, might lead one to expect a relatively serious treatise on the condition of women, bathed in a romantic magic hour outback glow It doesn t really prepare one for the quirky construction, conversational tone and offbeat humour of the first book, and My Brilliant Career has not gained, I think, from its reputation as an Australian classic , or even from Gillian Anderson s very good film, which launched both her brilliant career, and those of Judy Davis and Sam Neill The film, in part...

  6. says:

    I think I liked My Career Goes Bung even better than My Brilliant Career, It was fascinating to see the repercussions of the original publication I think this book seems to be muchautobiographical than the former, and even though it is a bit confusing at first, if you accept My Brilliant Career as the fictional autobiography within this fictional...

  7. says:

    I read this as a 16yr old felt Sybylla was my kindred spirit I could relate to the fire burning inside of her A yearning for somethingthat not even she could fully articulate Frustration at the narrow confinin...

  8. says:

    My Brilliant Career is a great novel from the early 20th Century Miles Franklin s second novel, a response to the first is not quite as great My Brilliant Career is an honest representation of a young girl s feelings about life and her pursuit of a c...

  9. says:

    This book tells of one girl s experience in the Australian outback interested in art and literature when no one else in her area is interested in such things, where the women are expected to marry and have babies to forgo any interest in a career instead of a home and husband.

  10. says:

    Important follow up Book shows that the failed relationship with Harry Beecham was the best for everyone and that it would all work out How is happiness found or measured is definitely one for the reader.

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