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Home School (2007)

af Charles Webb

Serier: The Graduate (2)

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Elleve år efter begivenhederne i "The graduate" (1963) bor Benjamin og Elaine i en forstad til New York sammen med deres to sønner. De underviser drengene hjemme, men skolebestyrelsen protesterer, og trods deres bange anelser er der ingen anden udvej end at søge hjælp fra Elaine's mor.
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I liked this sequel to the Graduate, a book and movie I enjoyed many years ago. It is always fun to see how an author wraps up a story and this is a good one. Make sure to read the author's biography online. He has a very interesting story of his own. ( )
  ctait17 | Mar 6, 2008 |
I admit that I was intrigued by the title of this book, since I am a homeschooler. But this is less about homeschooling and more about the relationship between Mrs. Robinson and Elaine and Benjamin, the characters of "The Graduate."
I think the style of writing was simply not to my taste. I don't mind characters going of on tangents in dialogue, but when the narrator does this as well, I want to shake him and say, "Get to the point!" If that is what the author intended, then I applaud him for mastering his style.
I also did not find the premise of inviting Mrs. Robinson to NY to be believable. When fighting a school system, you are fighting a whole system, not simply the school principal. To think that you could avoid the whole issue of returning the children to school by blackmailing one principal seems far-fetched.
I am also concerned about how homeschoolers are depicted in the story. Except for Elaine and Ben's sons, the homeschooling characters perpetuate a lot of myths regarding homeschooling. This is disappointing considering Mr. Webb's children were homeschooled.
That said, there were some very funny lines and situations in the story. If you are a fan of the book or movie, "The Graduate," you will probably enjoy some closure from this book. ( )
1 stem jugglingpaynes | Mar 3, 2008 |
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At the end of Charles Webb’s first novel, The Graduate, Benjamin Braddock rescues his beloved Elaine from a marriage made not in heaven but in California.

It is now eleven years and 3,000 miles later, and the couple live in Westchester County, a suburb of New York City, with their two young sons whom they are educating at home. Through no accident, a continent now stands between them and the boys’ surviving grandparent, now known as Nan, but who in former days answered to Mrs. Robinson. ( )
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Elleve år efter begivenhederne i "The graduate" (1963) bor Benjamin og Elaine i en forstad til New York sammen med deres to sønner. De underviser drengene hjemme, men skolebestyrelsen protesterer, og trods deres bange anelser er der ingen anden udvej end at søge hjælp fra Elaine's mor.

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