Bridget Jones’s Diary

2 05 2008

bridget_biblio.jpgTítulo: Briget Jones’s Diary

Autor: Helen Fielding

Editorial: Picador

Obra adaptada: NO

Reseña: This is a light hearted, funny book and especially easy to read novel. The reader can easily identify with the emotions and actions showing there.
Bridget is single. She is thirty years old and she lives in England. The problem is the she spends her life on a perpetual diet and trying to improve herself. The diary starts with her New Year’s Resolutions and with the successes and failures of her everyday life. As you will see, each entry starts with the number of calories eaten for the day, alcohol units consumed, and cigarettes smoke. When they’re low, she applauds herself. When they’re high, she’ll excuse herself. She questions herself constantly.
The most important thing in the novel is that Bridget is a typical person, normal and with the same problems that we have each day.
In my honest opinion the book reflects our lives with the highs and lows in the same way as Bridget. It’s an interesting way to approach the problems of writing in first person.
The book can be your own diary, so take care!

Valoración: 4/5

Ana Bermudez Gavito


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