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Los Diarios de Nanny = The Nanny Diaries [Spanish] [Paperback]

Emma McLaughlin , Nicola Kraus

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  • Paperback: 392 pages
  • Publisher: Santillana USA Publishing Company (Jan 2003)
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN-10: 8420465607
  • ISBN-13: 978-8420465609
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 14.9 x 2.5 cm

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Ediciones Alfaguara. Madrid. 2003. 23x15 cm. 352 p. Encuadernación en rúst. de editorial. Colección 'Best-seller'. Traducido del Inglés. Traducido por Berástegui Rubio, José Manuel . Cubierta deslucida. Cubierta deslucida. ISBN: 978-84-204-6560-9; 84-204-6560-7

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Amazon.com: 3.0 out of 5 stars  1 review
3.0 out of 5 stars UNA NOVELA SIN SENTIDO... 7 Oct 2003
By Lawyeraau - Published on Amazon.com
I had originally thought that this was going to be a work of non-fiction in a nanny tell all. It turned out, instead, to be a mildly funny look at the rich and obnoxious and their young children through the eyes of a spineless nanny. While some of this book is amusing, it is not particularly well written. It is the kind of book you read once, and then promptly forget. It is not a bad book, as it is somewhat entertaining. What this book really represents is what happens when a book grabs the attention of the media. It becomes a best seller. Long after the dust settles, I anticipate that this book will be to the publishing world, what a one hit wonder is to the music industry.
This work of fiction provides caricatures of selfish, self-absorbed, wealthy parents and a peek into the life of their overly-structured and overly-managed offspring. The nanny in question is also a caricature, as she struggles to be appear good hearted, but in the end is just a spineless jellyfish who goes along with the program, no matter how offensive she may find her employers and their demands to be. The nanny tries to come across as an underprivileged, put upon employee, but is, in reality, part of the problem, as she is certainly not a part of the solution. She is an upper middle class, young woman who attends a prestigious university. She is hardly one of the hoi polloi, no matter how much she may empathize with those who are truly at the mercy of employers such as the ones found in this book. As social satire, this book falls short. Borrow it from the library. Do not bother to buy it, as it is a one note book. If you feel that you must buy it, do yourself a favor and wait until it is available in paperback. It is a quick, throwaway read.
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