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The Dictionary of Lost Words
The Dictionary of Lost Words | Pip Williams
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Esme's single father is one of Dr. James Murray's assistants in the compilation of the OED, so she grows up in Murray's Scriptorium. Later she comes to realise the dictionary's focus on the written word excludes the words used by those who are not members of the literary elite.

A little slow at first but draws the reader in and does a good job in the balancing act of making Esme a believable 19thC woman with a more 21stC attitude to lexicography.

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Thank you so much Amy for this awesome birthday package!! Love everything!! Can‘t wait to read these books! 📚❤️📚

#LitsyLove
#Bookmail is the best mail!!

AmyG 😘you are so welcome. Happy Belated Birthday! 1mo
Lynnsoprano Wow! What wonderful books! 1mo
Suet624 Happy belated birthday! 1mo
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Teresereading I haven‘t seen those little sweets for so long 4w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Lynnsoprano yes!! Amy is amazing! 4w
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Teresereading I‘m hiding them 🤣🤣🤣 4w
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Thank you @EadieB !! I almost bought this one yesterday! I‘ve heard it‘s really good! Thank you so much!! 📚🧡

EadieB You're welcome! Hope you have a great birthday! 2mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @EadieB thank you 💞💞 2mo
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Librariana
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Outdoor reading setup during a work break.

I don't know what compelled me to take notes while reading the September #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead, but here we are! 😊

I genuinely hoped I could've contributed to the discussion in a timely manner, but I'm slowly realizing (and trying to make peace with the fact!) that I'm not a fast reader. I'm well-intentioned, I think, but I get lost in details and am also easily distracted by life.

@Librarybelle

EvieBee Just lovely! 2mo
Librarybelle There is no problem with that! 2mo
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Librarybelle
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There is much to consider in this book about words…Williams looks at the creation of the OED, but through the lens of women involved in the project. Esme‘s entire life is wrapped around the dictionary, and she becomes a collector of words. It might sound mean, but there were times in the book that I got a little tired of Esme. She has a good heart, but she was not a favorite character of mine. I loved Ditte! ⬇️⬇️⬇️

Librarybelle 🔼🔼🔼And the concept behind a dictionary of lost words is so interesting. Parts of the narrative dragged for me, and the ending was somewhat unexpected. But, a good read overall. I‘m a few days late for the #LiteraryCrew discussion, but I plan to jump into the questions soonish! 2mo
Mccall0113 Loved this one! 2mo
Librariana I know I'm a month late ? to the discussion ?, but I so greatly enjoyed this book and much like you, @Librarybelle, I also found the concept behind a "Dictionary of Lost Words" so fascinating! There was a part of me though that constantly questioned Esme... wondered why SHE didn't question the exclusion of certain words a little more... but then I had to remind myself of the time this was taking place in... 3w
Librariana One of my favorite parts was Gareth's engagement gift to Esme 🥰 But I was quite saddened when reading about his passing... and hers, too. I didn't necessarily expect a happy ending, but part of me felt like both of them deserved one. 3w
Librarybelle @Librariana So glad you liked this one! And yes…the engagement gift…❤️❤️❤️☺️ 3w
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Bluebird
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1. I love words.
2. I am interested in the different meanings of words & I started perusing the OED when in high school.
3. I enjoyed Simon Winchester‘s book about the making of the dictionary when I read it years ago.
4. I ❤️ historical fiction.
So, one could say I was predisposed to like this book. Lol

I didn‘t like it. I LOVED it. Thought provoking and beautifully written. It exceeded my expectations. This one will stay with me for awhile.

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Librarybelle
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I was able to post the questions before work! Random House has an amazing list of thought provoking questions, so I posted just a sample. Note that some definitely require spoiler answers. Questions can be found on my feed, the book‘s feed, or by searching #LiteraryCrew .

Anything else you wish to discuss? Did you like/dislike the book? I know some of you are still reading or haven‘t snagged a copy yet…post whenever!

Thanks for joining!

Librarybelle And, if you wish to be tagged for next month‘s book and haven‘t had an opportunity to tell me yet, let me know! 2mo
julieclair Can‘t wait to join in once I finish the book! 😀 2mo
CarolineLovesToRead Still finishing this one. Hope to be done by tonight 2mo
megnews I‘d had this on my tbr for awhile. No telling when I might have gotten to it. Glad you chose it! Enjoyed discussion. 2mo
PurpleyPumpkin Yup, I‘m still reading this one too! I‘ll be sure to take a look at the questions when I‘m done. 😉 2mo
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Librarybelle
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8. Can the evolution of language ever be a bad thing? ~from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

Ann_Reads Well, the word 'thongs' meant one thing when I was a kid and now means something completely different. I guess, judge for yourself if one definition is an improvement over the other, lol. 2mo
megnews I think not. It is always growing and changing like everything else. 2mo
Bluebird 🤣 @Ann_Reads i think the evolution of words is always good..as long as we keep the history and can look back on the changes. Not erasing the old. 2mo
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7. This book explores linguistic inequality - the idea that not all words are equal. To what extent do you think this phenomenon exists in modern English? ~from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

megnews VERY much so. African Americans developed AAVE out of a need to survive. I‘m no expert but it is a creative twist with defined rules and reasons but is very much judged in schools and the general public. AAVE and certain accents or colloquialisms, such as that of “hillbillies” is deemed to mean inferior intelligence which is not necessarily at all the case. 2mo
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6. Consider Esme and Lizzie‘s relationship. In what ways are the women similar? How are they different? ~from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

CoverToCoverGirl Esme is curious and questioning-Lizzie is quietly resigned to her circumstances. 2mo
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5. Do you think this is a hopeful story? Why or why not? ~from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

CoverToCoverGirl Yes. It shows the human spirit is resilient and that we are connected to and influenced by past events. History has a way of influencing and changing our future. The ripple effect. 2mo
megnews I think so. It shows that the underdog can find ways to salvage their history or world despite attempted erasure by those in power as so many have had to do. And that‘s important. 2mo
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4. Is the ending of the book just? Do the characters get what they deserve? ~from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

CoverToCoverGirl Good not just. No. Life isn‘t a fairytale and bad things happen to good people. For me it made the story more realistic and impactful. Life happens and we can only move forward, hoping we make the right decisions. (edited) 2mo
megnews I didn‘t care for the ending. Like @CoverToCoverGirl I appreciate realistic over a tidy wrap up. But this ending felt too quick to me. Perhaps we didn‘t need to make it all the way to the end of Esme‘s life. I didn‘t feel enough closure on the story of her daughter to justify rushing through the end of her life. 2mo
Bluebird I liked the ending. Esme‘s work was not just lost to history upon her death and showed a longer standing meaning to all her efforts. 2mo
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Librarybelle
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3. How do you think not having a mother influenced the trajectory of Esme‘s life and her character? ~from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

Ann_Reads It seemed most of Esme's role models were from the Scriptoriam and she had a rather unconventional upbringing. Her closest female role model was Lizzie. Even though Lizzie wasn't that much older than Esme, she provided some stabilizing and emotional support. 2mo
megnews Esme seemed like her father‘s daughter and a young girl on a different path from most. Still, the presence of her mother could have shifted that trajectory to some degree. I was very glad she had Ditte. (edited) 2mo
Bluebird I think she would have been an entirely different person. I suspect she would have had minimal exposure to the Scriptorium and would have been more involved in ‘women‘s work‘. She may have still had a love of words from her time with her father, but she wouldn‘t have sat below the sorting table and likely never have found the slip of paper with the word ‘bond maiden‘ 2mo
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2. What does this book tell us about power? ~adapted from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

CoverToCoverGirl As history has shown, men controlled the narrative, even for the most part the compilation of the Oxford dictionary. Having the final say as to what words were acceptable to the ruling class and discounting the words used by the lower classes. Power and influence. 2mo
megnews Absolutely agree with @CoverToCoverGirl It‘s a little surprising, though, that academics, who one would think would have an interest in fully documenting the world, would actively choose to leave things out. 2mo
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1. The book essentially asks this…do words mean different things to men and women? And if they do, is it possible that we have lost something in the process of defining them? ~from Book Club Kit, Random House #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead

Ann_Reads I think words can mean different things to men and women. The meaning of words can also be influenced by one's life experiences, such as Esme versus Lizzie. Even today, some accepted meanings of words might be completely overlooked in the official dictionaries, until an updated edition is published. 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl Yes. I think words can resonate and have different meanings to an individual just based on each person‘s life story and emotional make up. Words influence us. 2mo
megnews I agree with @Ann_Reads & @CoverToCoverGirl that words mean different things to men and women and also from culture to culture. 2mo
Bluebird Yes! Agree with you all. Words can mean different things to different people based on sex, culture and individual experience. The meaning of words can change for one individual depending upon their stage of life. Ex. As a child, the word ‘love‘ meant something different to me than it does today. 2mo
Bluebird Although flawed, I think defining words is an important way we can have some sort of common basis to interact and understand one another. We just need to be cognizant that not all will agree with the definitions and that frequent revisions and updates are necessary though. 2mo
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Librarybelle
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Just a reminder that the #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead discussion for the tagged book will be on Friday! Fair warning - I‘ve had some complications at work, so the discussion questions may get up in the evening Eastern Time rather than the morning. But, they will be posted!

I‘ve seen lots of great posts about this one…looking forward to the discussion!

PageShifter I finally got the book but propably not going to make it before the discussion 😒 2mo
Librarybelle No worries, @PageShifter ! Feel free to jump into the discussion whenever! 2mo
Sargar114 Still #21 in line for hold at my library, so not making this month. Should be able to make next month though! 2mo
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Librarybelle Wow, @Sargar114 …good luck getting a copy! It‘s become pretty popular all of a sudden in my library system too. 2mo
Jerdencon I‘m still waiting for my copy from the library - but will join once I finish it! 2mo
Librarybelle Sounds good, @Jerdencon ! 2mo
Librariana I was hoping to be finished with this by Friday, but health-related issues and work have gotten in the way a bit, slowing down my progress 😭 Plus hubby and I are getting our COVID booster/flu shot combo tomorrow evening! 😳 So needless to say, I think I might be out of commission on the energy department the next few days. I will certainly jump in once I can have something of value to contribute 😊 My apologies, @Librarybelle 💗 2mo
Librarybelle So sorry to hear that, @Librariana …jump in whenever you can! 2mo
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Ann_Reads
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Although this is a soft-pick for me, overall I enjoyed the story. Perhaps pacing for Esme's character was too slow or the author was too ambitious trying to tackle multiple social issues. I'm not certain. Otherwise, I did like the audio narration.

I'm looking forward to the #LiteraryCrew discussion hosted by @Librarybelle

Librarybelle Yay!!! 2mo
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megnews
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I really enjoyed this #LiteraryCrew pick about words and how they define us. The ending was a bit abrupt and unexpected. Looking forward to discussion.

Librarybelle So glad you liked this! 2mo
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Up next...?
Can't decide. What do y'all love?

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StellaDz
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I don‘t know why this shocked me, because there are always a group of people left behind, unacknowledged, in the creation of things. A passion for words leads a young woman to discover that those words not chosen for the dictionary, erase groups of people and minorities. An interesting read discovering the women behind the scenes.

This also seems like the perfect time to pick up the other book I have about the dictionary?! Such a topic!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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I'm so thankful to have an extra day off to read and a back porch to enjoy the cool morning air before the heat kicks in.

cwarnier I love that mug. The only thing that would make it better was if it was the blue m&m.
Also this book looks amazing and may just have to go on my wish list of reads.
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bookandbedandtea @cwarnier The book is great so far. 😊 I'm not one to turn down any M&M candy but my favorite character is Ms Green. 💚😁 3mo
Jeg Loved that book. Read it twice! 3mo
bookandbedandtea @Jeg That's good to hear! I'm enjoying it very much. 😊 3mo
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I‘m loving this book and MC so far. #literarycrew

kspenmoll This book. 💙💛💚 3mo
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Librarybelle Oh! I like that quote! 3mo
Maria514626 💪💪💪 3mo
kspenmoll Yes! 💜 3mo
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megnews
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Great quote on grief. #literarycrew

kspenmoll ❤️💜💚 3mo
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Started this one last month as it‘s a rare occurrence for me to get through a book in a month. Picture is from my mini break in Sydney. I ❤️ baths.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Looks so relaxing 💙 3mo
Librarybelle That looks like a great bath! 3mo
BarbaraBB Beautiful space 😍 3mo
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Librarybelle
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Today starts this month‘s #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead ! Read at your own pace, with questions posted at the end of the month. I‘ll also post periodic checkins throughout the month.

If you would also like to be tagged this month, comment below!

Librarybelle Just checking @BethM @CoverToCoverGirl @megnews are you able to join this month? (edited) 3mo
megnews I‘m in!! Looking forward to it. 3mo
Desha Thank you for the tag! Looking forward to this! 💛📚 3mo
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Librariana Thank you, @Librarybelle! 😊 Excited for this new Litsy experience ☺️ 3mo
PageShifter I really have to read this at some point, this looks again so intriguing. I have to say all your choices look so interesting! 3mo
Ann_Reads I've already started reading and am enjoying the story so far. The audio narration is really good. 3mo
Librarybelle @megnews @Desha @Librariana @Ann_Reads I think this will be a good read! 3mo
Librarybelle @PageShifter Thanks! And feel free to join in if you have an opportunity! 3mo
PageShifter Haha, you got me. I had to check if library has it and I have it now on hold. But it seems that I get it after 16th 3mo
PageShifter Haha, you got me. I had to check if library has it and I have it on hold now. But it seems that I get it after 16th 3mo
PageShifter Haha, you got me. I had to check if library has it and I have it on hold now. But it seems that I get it after 16th 3mo
Librarybelle @PageShifter Hopefully it will come in sooner! 3mo
MoonWitch94 Can‘t wait to start this one!!!! 3mo
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melissajayne
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📚The Dictionary of Lost Words, Dreams from My Father, Dragonfly in Amber
🖋Charles Dickens, Emma Donoghue, Sarah Dessen
📺Downton Abbey, The Durells
🎥Downton Abbey (2019 & 2022), Darkest Hour, The Devil Wears Prada, Doctor Zhivago
🎤The Doobie Brothers
🎶 Desperado by The Eagles

#manicmonday #letterd

CBee Thanks for playing! 😊😊 3mo
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StellaDz
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Next audiobook and book club choice for September! #currentlylistening.

Kimzey My book club loved it! 3mo
StellaDz @Kimzey I‘m really enjoying it so far! I didn‘t know much about it going in, but it‘s an interesting subject! 3mo
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babyruth2510
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I enjoyed this #LMPBC read. An interesting look at the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary. I was struck several times by how some of the same fights/struggles for women to be valued as more than property continue today. As one of the characters says, even when women win the vote, the fight for equality is not over. @Desha I will get this in the mail to you on Monday.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks This looks good! 3mo
Desha Thank you Ruth! I‘m really looking forward to reading this one! Plus I LOVED your book Seven Days in June! I will get that one out to you on Monday @britgetslit! 💛📚 3mo
britgetslit I'm so glad you enjoyed it! I did not know what to expect when I started reading but I am so glad I picked it for the #LMPBC as I can't wait to see all your mark ups! 3mo
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LitsyEvents
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The September #literarycrew buddy read is up. This is a low key group read open to everyone. Let @librarybelle know if your interested.

Sapphire Loved this book. 3mo
BookBosomed1 Loved this book! 3mo
Librarybelle Thanks for reposting! 3mo
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Librarybelle
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How can we be this close to September already???

I‘m September, the #LiteraryCrew #BuddyRead selection is The Dictionary of Lost Words by Pip Williams. This is a low key buddy read - read at your own pace during the month, and I will post discussion questions on the 30th. All are welcome to join!

Tagging those who have expressed interest in this selection. If you would also like to be tagged periodically during the month, comment below!

Librarybelle Are you able to join, @kspenmoll ? 3mo
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Desha I would be interested in being tagged periodically…I may be reading this for #LMPBC in September! 💛📚 3mo
Librarybelle Wonderful, @Desha !! 3mo
sarahbellum I‘ll be reading this for IRL book club in September. Please tag me so I can enjoy discussing it twice 🤓 3mo
BookNAround I‘ve already popped it on my #bookspin list 😁 3mo
Deblovestoread I‘m going to try to get to this one. Thanks for asking! 3mo
KristiAhlers Y‘all are in for an awesome read! 💜 3mo
kspenmoll This is such a lovely book! Enjoy! 3mo
melissajayne Thanks for the reminder 3mo
Librariana I've never done anything like this on Litsy before, so I'd like to give it a try and join along 😊 I'd also be interested in being tagged periodically, so thank you for that as well! 3mo
DanaManiac I‘d love to join! 💕 3mo
CarolineLovesToRead I ordered my copy. I‘m in 😀 3mo
PurpleyPumpkin Yes, please include me! Looks like a great read. 😉👍🏽 3mo
Librarybelle @kspenmoll I‘m excited for it! 3mo
Ann_Reads My ebook and audiobook is ready to go. Looking forward to finally reading this. 3mo
LapReader I‘m keen. 3mo
Jerdencon I‘ve been totally MIA for the past few months but will definitely try to join this month! 3mo
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Have a few new selections from Libby. Also have a couple great hardcovers. Will tag below 👇 Getting started on The Replacement Wife now!

BookLineNSinker This one is my current hardcover and I'm intrigued! 4mo
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JaneyWaneyB
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The most enchanting book I have read for a long time. The Dictionary of Lost Words tells the story of Esme growing up surrounded by words as her Dad works at the Oxford English Dictionar writing the first version alongside learned men. I found myself drawn in by the words and staying for the characters and the lives Pip Williams crafted. This book hit my emotionally on many occasions and it has been a long time since a book has done that.

kspenmoll Lovely review. Loved this book too. 4mo
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marleed
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It took a few chapters for me to find my interest with this one, but then I became fascinated. There‘s just so much history lost to consideration because women were not part of recording it. I never considered the words describing the lives of women being lost.

KristiAhlers I loved this one. It was a Reese‘s book club pick a couple of months the ago. And like you I‘m sad that a woman‘s viewpoint back in the day many times was lost when recording history. 4mo
MyNamesParadise I have this one (I have a tendency to pick up Reese‘s Book club picks!) and want to read it! Just not sure when I‘ll be able to lol. 4mo
DivineDiana I loved this so much that I recommended to my Book Club! ❤️ 4mo
marleed @KristiAhlers @MyNamesParadise @DivineDiana It‘s one of this books where it just stopped me in my tracks to send respect for the women in generations before me - all they did and all the things history was never given the right to know. 4mo
DivineDiana So much respect. ❤️ 4mo
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I picked this book up because I will read anything that Reece Witherspoon recommends. It took me longer than usual to get into it, but I was able to get passed that and I am glad that I did because I think that the message within this book is very meaningful and one that I can appreciate. 3/5 ⭐️

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A really good friend of mine picked this book last fall for our book club meeting and I really liked it. It was interesting to see how factors like race, class and gender influence one‘s speech and how words that are largely working class and female are basically considered secondary in the English language. #letterd #alphabetgame

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thank you for playing! 4mo
rwmg I've got this on my treebook TBR shelf 4mo
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NikkiKey94
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I‘m not a big reader of historical fiction but I really enjoyed this book! I follow Reese‘s book club every month and I hate that it took me so long to get to this one. I‘m really glad I decided to give it a shot because I thought it was a great story.

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kspenmoll
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Esme‘s father & other Lexicographers decide what words are to be included in the first English Oxford dictionary.Esme hides under the table & captures discarded words as they float by.Later in her life she is intrigued that common & women‘s words are rejected.She commences on mission to collect such words.This journey takes her to a local, working class market where she records women‘s & common words.for me, the ending was abrupt & was too rushed.

kspenmoll This book is set as WWI begins, as well as the suffrage movement, both which impact Esme. 5mo
mcctrish This was a tremendous book 5mo
ShelleyBooksie Beautiful photo 5mo
kspenmoll @mcctrish Yes & so beautifully written. 💕 5mo
kspenmoll @ShelleyBooksie Thank you! 5mo
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TheEllieMo
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Meh. I expected to, wanted to love this book. It‘s about words, for goodness sake! But for me, there was something not quite there. It‘s very slow and meandering, and I wonder if it could have done with more editing to make it a bit more taut; but then the ending felt a little rushed. It is worth reading, though, because of the fascinating history of the OED embedded in it, and exploration of gender bias in the choice of words included/excluded.

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Jenken1998
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Slow start for me but got better. Glad i kept pushing through. Esme grows up at the turn of the century, the creation of the Oxford English Dictionary, the Great War, and the women's suffrage movement. She collects words to make sense of the beauty and tragedy of the world she encounters. Beautifully written. Going with 4 🌟

Donna1980 I read the first few pages of this in a bookshop after the blurb intrigued me. Wasn‘t sure it would be for me though… how long does it take to get into? I don‘t mind a bit of a slog if the rest of the book makes it worth it. 6mo
Jenken1998 @Donna1980 it took literally half the book. I almost put it down but i'm glad i didnt. 6mo
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mcctrish
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Did you read The Professor and the Madman by Simon Winchester? It, too, was about the writing of the Oxford English Dictionary and, I thought, written absolutely abysmally. This lovely novel makes up for slogging through that disappointment 🤣🤣🤣 I love the female perspective in this story and all the ‘lost‘ words.

KathyWheeler I have had The Professor and the Madman for years but haven‘t read it. I hate to hear that‘s it‘s poorly written. 6mo
mcctrish @KathyWheeler I think SW picks fantastic subjects to write about but I can‘t bear to read them. My husband loves the subjects enough to plough on. That aside, a perfect combination of books to read would be to start with the prof and the madman, then Cold Mountain and this Lost Words book. 6mo
KathyWheeler @mcctrish that sounds like an interesting combo. 6mo
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