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Guardian BooksLondon2009-02-26
@GuardianBooks1,878 days
News, reviews and author interviews plus tweets from the Guardian and Observer books team
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MUNICH BOOKS @MUNICH_BOOKS
@GuardianBooks
Pandora
I adore ya
I implore ye
Don't Ignore me.

#AdrianMole #Poetry
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Paul Walsh @Paul_J_P_W
@GuardianBooks
Pandora
I adore ya
I implore ye
Don't Ignore me.

Bad Adrian Mole Poetry
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GrrlScientist @GrrlScientist
New Books Party: books received this week | @GrrlScientist gu.com/p/3zx54/tw via @guardian cc @OUPAcademic @BasicBooks
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Si Fitsall @fallupgetdown
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Molly Bloom from Ulysses
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Helen Yang @hyyang
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness #JaneEyre
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Danny Webster. @dannywebster
@GuardianBooks Jo from 'Little Women'; Violet from 'What I loved'; Jane Eyre. @GuardianWitness
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JB @stockholmseoul
@shutupbanks @GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Ooh, good ones! McCaffrey's the Rowan, too.
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Sean E Gray @SeanEGray
@GuardianBooks Granny Weatherwax from the Discworld books - one of my favourite heroes from any book.
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Tom Whyte @TomWhyte
@GuardianBooks Kathy in Wuthering Heights. Complex and incredibly strong character. The rest of the cast can't help but revolve around her.
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University Bookshop @cccubookshop
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Colette's Claudine, Olivia Manning's Harriet Pringle, Hardy's Tess are a few of ours
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JB @stockholmseoul
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Kwan Li from The Hundred Secret Senses by @AmyTan
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Jason Winders @WesternEditor
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Lyra Belacqua stands as one of my favourite characters of all time.
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Ian Banks @shutupbanks
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Lessa and Menolly from Anne McCaffrey's Pern books.
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Clean record @CLEANRECORD
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness A friend of mine loves Olanna from #HalfOfAYellowSun
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Dave Redford @dredford
@GuardianBooks I like the hyperreal kickass qualities of Aomame (IQ84) and Lisbeth (Millennium Trilogy), but Dahl's Matilda is my favourite.
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Feel Like A Stanger @StangerMatt
@Wolfenhaus @StevenGripp @GuardianBooks

Book: Susannah Dean - Dark Tower series.

Movie: the badass girl from Winter's Bone.
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Gordan Duhaček @Prajdizan
@GuardianBooks emma bovary.
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Alex Hicks @pgh_guy
.@GuardianBooks

The women in the novels of @LeeChildReacher are smart, strong women who make their way through the world with dignity.
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MenWhoStareAtBooks @StareAtBooks
Maria Semple's Bernadette
"@GuardianBooks: Men: let us know about female characters you admire gu.com/p/3z8cg/tf"
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Andreas Marneris @greeknady
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Kate Atkinsons beautifully tragic Ruby Lennox from Behind the Scenes at the Museum
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Andreas Marneris @greeknady
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness #AynRand's alter ego Kira from #WeTheLiving & Dagny Taggert from #AtlasShrugged
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Waterstones Weston @Waterstoneswsm
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Coraline is brilliant, like a modern day Alice in Wonderland! pic.twitter.com/n8JAHdm6Mj
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Wolfenhaus @Wolfenhaus
@StevenGripp @GuardianBooks Madame DeFarge
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Steven Gripp @StevenGripp
@GuardianBooks: Men: let us know about female characters you admire gu.com/p/3z8cg/tw Jane eyre. Throughout tough life she persevered
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OriginalGiving @OriginalGiving
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness I always had a soft spot for Flossie Teacake.
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St. Paul Examiner @StPaulExaminer
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Lucy Eccles,Jordan Baker, Esther Greenwood.
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Hannah Barnett @hannahbarnett
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness I forgot about Sophie! Amazing feminist icon for under 10s.
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Doug @GiveaDougaBone
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Lyra from #HisDarkMaterials Meg Murry from #AWrinkleinTime
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Delphine Imbert @DawnStarlight
theguardian.com/books/booksblo… : boys can read female-centered books, too. @GuardianBooks is looking for contributions
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Ailean Beaton @AileanBeaton
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Lyra from Pullman's trilogy. Loved those books when I was younger.
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Emilie Haertsch @EmilieHaertsch
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness one of my husbands favorite books is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. He loves the Francie character!
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Peter Hoffer @PeterHoffer
@GuardianBooks @GuardianWitness Definitely Lyra from #HisDarkMaterials and Cassandra from #icapturethecastle
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Fiona Joseph @FionaJoseph
@paolaenergya @GuardianBooks Fab initiative to have a S-P Book of the Month. I'd welcome narrative non-fiction but still a brilliant idea.
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mark wilson @wilson0112_mark
@GuardianBooks @neilhimself @carmitstead @RSLiterature London or NYC? Will Neil come back to base himself in the UK?
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Nigel Ritchie @guillotine1968
@GuardianBooks @neilhimself @carmitstead Where does he get his ideas from?! but seriously, what would happen if a werewolf bit a goldfish…?
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Sarah L. White @InMyHaste
@GuardianBooks @neilhimself @carmitstead @RSLiterature Neil relays fantasies/fears of children so well. New children's picture book soon?
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annelaine @enorconhcet
@GuardianBooks @neilhimself @carmitstead @RSLiterature Heard another paper on SF as genre. Why do they agonize so much about this?
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Frodo @franky_floyd
@GuardianBooks @neilhimself @carmitstead @RSLiterature Will there ever be an American Gods sequel? Or will Neil just get distracted again?
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Queens Univ MFA @QueensMFA
Harry Potter beats the Gruffalo in children's vote for best character: gu.com/p/3eq82/tf (via @GuardianBooks)
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BBC Radio 4 Today @BBCr4today
Coming up at 0810, Health Sec Andrew Lansley on concerns about the 'unaffordable' costs of private finance contracts to #NHS hospitals #PFI
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Clair Williams @clair_pie
@GuardianBooks: Free audiobook download: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy by John le Carré gu.com/p/32vp9/tf@bobsnipe
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Carola Huttmann @CarolaHuttmann
Fantastic project. RIP Michael Stern Hart RT @GuardianBooks
Project Gutenberg founder dies aged 64 gu.com/p/3xzvn/tf
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DJ Young @MadHatterish
G & A have lost that loving feeling. Linus is up to no good. Z & Z survive the apocalypse. They dance to the end of love. #noveltweet
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Thomas Vreriks @maple_syrup
#noveltweet No good. That's what he answered his baker when he asked about the new recipe for eclairs. They simply were not sweet enough.
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Thomas Vreriks @maple_syrup
#noveltweet There must have been a good reason why he almost missed his train this morning.
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