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Book Title: Gospođa Doubtfire|
The author of the book: Anne Fine
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Edition: Mozaik knjiga
Date of issue: 2002
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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 children's ages. Very agrivating. She mentions how much money Madame Doubtfire will be earning and even the phone numbers for both parents, but never how old the kids are. As far as I can tell, they are somewhere between 2 and 14 years old.
Something else that bothered me, how Miranda didn't recognize her ex-husband as Madame Doubtfire. (The daughters knew it was him right away.) He only painted his face and wore a turban, for crying out loud! He was even in a play years before acting as a character named Madame Doubtfire. She didn't remember that? Wow, these two should have never stayed together long enough to have children.
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Read information about the authorThough 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 more common.)
Anne has written more 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.
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