James Fairfax (2020)

James Fairfax Adam Campan James Fairfax It s same sex marriage in Jane Austen s Regency England In this stunning gender bending stylish dance of manners version of Jane Austen s beloved classic novel Emma an alternate Regency where gay ma
  • Title: James Fairfax
  • Author: Adam Campan
  • ISBN: 9781607620389
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
James Fairfax Adam Campan It s same sex marriage in Jane Austen s Regency England In this stunning, gender bending, stylish dance of manners version of Jane Austen s beloved classic novel Emma an alternate Regency where gay marriage is commonplace and love is gender blind matchmaking Emma Woodhouse tries to find a suitable spouse for her lover Harriet Smith, and is embroiled in the secretsIt s same sex marriage in Jane Austen s Regency England In this stunning, gender bending, stylish dance of manners version of Jane Austen s beloved classic novel Emma an alternate Regency where gay marriage is commonplace and love is gender blind matchmaking Emma Woodhouse tries to find a suitable spouse for her lover Harriet Smith, and is embroiled in the secrets of the relationship between the mysterious and accomplished James Fairfax and the handsome Frank Churchill
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  1. Francesca Forrest

    This duplicates my review on LJ Genderbending and gender flips are popular these days, whether it s putting Disney princesses in their princes outfits or designing gender flipped casts for movies One interesting example I came across recently is James Fairfax, a retelling of Jane Austen s Emma, by Adam Campan.In this retelling quiet, reserved secondary character with a secret Jane Fairfax becomes James Fairfax That s change no 1 But the story also posits that progressive Enlightenment thought an [...]

  2. Elizabby

    A retelling of Jane Austen s Emma in a setting where gay marriage is permitted, though still not on a par with heterosexual marriage I suspect the author is gay Adam Campan, not Jane Austen from the way he centers all the male characters Mr Elton is increased in importance, as is Frank Churchill and of course James Fairfax of the title But Emma herself and certainly Harriet Smith, Miss Taylor and Mrs Elton seem oddly diminished.The central triangle of misunderstandings between Emma, Frank and Ja [...]

  3. Kat

    When I started reading this book, I said that I wasn t sure which sort of Jane Austen remix I prefer the kind where it s mostly Jane, with alterations and a little bit of new material, or the sort where the new author takes Austen s characters or setting and does their own thing Now that I have finished James Fairfax,, I have decided that I definitely prefer the latter.Emma is my second favorite Austen novel, and this book is 95% Emma, with some pronouns changed and a couple of interpretive pass [...]

  4. Katherine Larsen

    Interesting concept but too little grasp of history to make it even mildly plausible I had less trouble accepting zombies than I had wrapping my mind around the blithe acceptance of same sex marriage in Regency England A fantastic subject for a long conversation on a cold winter night, but doesn t translate well to a 500 page retelling of Emma Minor annoyance there were several times when the author missed changing a pronoun from the original gender which for me only reinforced how difficult rea [...]

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