Kelas Lima di St.Clare ePUB Ù Kelas Lima Epub /

Kelas Lima di St.Clare ePUB Ù Kelas Lima Epub /


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  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Fifth Formers of St Clare s St Clare s, 6 , Enid BlytonFifth formers of St Clare s is the sixth novel of the St Clare s series written by Enid Blyton It was published in 1945 by Methuen Miss Cornwallis is mistress of the fifth form Hilary Wentworth is a calm and dignified head girl Being in the fifth form means quite a lot of changes for example, the girls have got studies of their own now, instead of common rooms and dormitories, the first and second formers have got to work for th Fifth Formers of St Clare s St Clare s, 6 , Enid BlytonFifth formers of St Clare s is the sixth novel of the St Clare s series written by Enid Blyton It was published in 1945 by Methuen Miss Cornwallis is mistress of the fifth form Hilary Wentworth is a calm and dignified head girl Being in the fifth form means quite a lot of changes for example, the girls have got studies of their own now, instead of common rooms and dormitories, the first and second formers have got to work for them For some reason, Mirabel has been made games captain for the school, and Gladys vice captain It is not explained why or how Mirabel has developed such good sporting abilities, nor is it explained why she is no longer musical In her first term at St Clare s she was written as a very musical girl, talented at the piano and the violin.Two girls use their new power badly Angela Favorleigh takes advantage of her prettiness and charm and turns the younger girls into willing slaves and so does Mirabel, who is games captain Some room is made for the second form Antoinette, Claudine s little sister, has come to St Clare s, too, and she proves to be as irrepressible as Claudine There are three new girls in the fifth form and all of them are unpopular Anne Marie, who fancies herself a poet, Felicity Ray, a musical genius, and Alma, a fat girl who suffers from what nowadays would be called an eating disorder Felicity s parents are very ambitious and, in spite of Miss Theobald s warnings, push their daughter too hard she is to take a very difficult musical exam and works herself too hard One part of the book describes fat Alma stealing food from a store cupboard that Antoinette keeps midnight feast food in Alison discovers the cupboard open one day and reports to Claudine Who owns the cupboard about it, and Claudine then keeps the key to the cupboard safe Alma is angry, and plays tricks on Alison Pat and Isabel are minor characters in this book, but at the end they are made head girls because Hilary will leave St Clare s and go to India to live with her parents Alison, Anne Marie, Angela, and Mirabel all redeem themselves at the end of the book 2008 1386 229 9789643631987 20


  2. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    While Enid Blyton most certainly has penned an interesting and also entertaining enough story in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, some of the scenarios that have made the plot engaging are also causing me to shake my head a bit For example, while I have on the one hand rather massively enjoyed reading about how poetry fanatic Anne Marie manages to trick English Literature Mistress Miss Wilcox by showing her basic lack of poetical, of literary knowledge to the entire class since Miss Wilcox is con While Enid Blyton most certainly has penned an interesting and also entertaining enough story in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, some of the scenarios that have made the plot engaging are also causing me to shake my head a bit For example, while I have on the one hand rather massively enjoyed reading about how poetry fanatic Anne Marie manages to trick English Literature Mistress Miss Wilcox by showing her basic lack of poetical, of literary knowledge to the entire class since Miss Wilcox is continuously being described by Enid Blyton as someone at best shallow and at worst really quite inappropriately insulting and nasty and thus also well deserving of being publicly ridiculed and outed , on the other hand, Miss Wilcox s character and her behaviour as a teacher are equally and in my opinion also too much of a direct mirror image of Drama Mistress Miss Quentin from The Second Form at St Clare s, with Alison in Fifth Formers of St Clare s of course once again totally worshipping Miss Wilcox and I guess I also kind of feel that with some of her characters, Enid Blyton does not really allow them to mature enough in the St Clare s series, for while she definitely makes Alison learn and take to heart many lessons regarding why she should not be mooning over her teachers and glamorous friends like Angela Favourleigh, in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, all this is seemingly cast aside as Alison is as into Miss Wilcox as she erstwhile was regarding Miss Quentin and once again thinks, at least for a rather lengthy period of time, that fellow student Angela is wonderful simply because she is pretty, upper class and wealthy.Further, while Mirabel s inappropriate for a responsible games captain s antics and behaviours have definitely made for an engaging subplot in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, personally I for one do tend to find that Mirabel is depicted with so much typecast negativity that she does not actually feel all that real andlike some kind of a monster And indeed, a bitnuance and character depth would certainly make Mirabel s issues with the lowers forms appear a bitrealistic and not so much as something almost inadvertently funny at times, as Mirabel at least to and for me often appears in Fifth Formers of St Clare s as some kind of an evil clown like figure something that I also feel is a bit the case with both Felicity s sleepwalking and Alma s food obsessions, since while the mental health reasons for these scenarios are realistic and appreciated, the fact that they are not really explained until very very late in Fifth Formers of St Clare s in my opinion, this tends to leave too negative an impression, this tends to leave both Felicity and Alma s fellow students and us as readers with an unnecessarily unflattering and unfair attitude towards both students, towards both Alma and Felicity


  3. Kavita Kavita says:

    The last book of the original St Clare s series, Fifth Formers of St Clare s always leaves the story feeling a little incomplete However, this is another great book, almost on par with Claudine at St Clare s Now that the girls are grown up, they can have studies of their own, and have fun pairing up with each other Alison and Angela make an admirable pair, but soon enough, it becomes obvious that Angela is going to abuse the power she is now given as a fifth former The St Clare s custom of h The last book of the original St Clare s series, Fifth Formers of St Clare s always leaves the story feeling a little incomplete However, this is another great book, almost on par with Claudine at St Clare s Now that the girls are grown up, they can have studies of their own, and have fun pairing up with each other Alison and Angela make an admirable pair, but soon enough, it becomes obvious that Angela is going to abuse the power she is now given as a fifth former The St Clare s custom of having young girls fagging for the older ones now gets arealistic turn with Angela and her demands and misuse of the younger girls time and feelings Surprisingly, abuse of power is also done by another person Mirabel Made sports captain, this previously much loved and much admired girl soon manages to turn the entire school against her How does she manage to get out of such a mess Interestingly, both power abusers end up in a feud as well Poetry is in the air With a new English mistress, Ms Wilcox and a new girl, Anne Marie, both poets, the form is about to have some good fun Would Miss Wilcox help Anne Marie or would they be at odds Alison, this term, worshipping, Miss Wilcox, finds reason for a feud with Anne Marie And the girls, obviously, react to these poetic goings on with some trepidation.But the depth to this book is given by Alma Pudden Dropped down from the sixth form because of various troubles, she is a fat girl, whose only interest in life seems to be eating I found this plot handled pretty sensitively for Enid and despite Alma getting into serious trouble because of her craving for food, we are given to see that it is not her fault It is ultimately the rest of the girls who are told to show sensitivity, practically unheard of in St Clare s I really enjoyed this book, especially since Claudine s younger sister, Antoinette, also joins the school, making for a double dose of fun


  4. Ashley Ashley says:

    4.5 stars I thought it was astoundingly brilliant Could hardly believe it was from the same series as all its prequels what with its utterly delightful and fast paced, gripping plot as well as its jaw dropping characterisation It was also a very thought provoking read with a startling amount of psychological depth within Exceptionally well written indeed I just loved it


  5. Maryam Maryam says:

    I loved it But i m soo sad that the fifth formers can t play any tricks nor have midnight feasts because they are fifth formers


  6. Teresa Teresa says:

    This was one of the better ones of the series Not as good as Malory Towers but well worth a read.


  7. Bev Walkling Bev Walkling says:

    Another book in Blyton s series about St Clare Boarding School This book was first published in 1945 and it is important to keep that in mind when reading as some of the language is dated and means something entirely different in current times This was a particularly humerous book with a wonderful description of Mamzelle s hilarious night catching burglars.Just to set the mode of the time, here is a brief quote Each term brought different things to learn, besides lessons Those girls who face Another book in Blyton s series about St Clare Boarding School This book was first published in 1945 and it is important to keep that in mind when reading as some of the language is dated and means something entirely different in current times This was a particularly humerous book with a wonderful description of Mamzelle s hilarious night catching burglars.Just to set the mode of the time, here is a brief quote Each term brought different things to learn, besides lessons Those girls who faced their difficulties, saw and understood their faults, conquered their failings, and became strong characters and leaders would make the finest wives and mothers of the future


  8. Carolynne Carolynne says:

    Pat, Isabel and Alison have matured enough to enroll in the Fifth Form Does everyone think they are just too mature and dignified for the naughty exploits and treeks they have been accustomed to play on unsuspecting mistresses Never mind, Claudine and her little sister Antoinette cause plenty of mischief to make the book fun for Blyton s many readers Typically, Blyton was unconcerned about political correctness a troubled fat girl is the book s hapless villain.


  9. Mateenah Alli Mateenah Alli says:

    I like this book It really is interesting it engages the reader.


  10. Allison Allison says:

    Not a fan I understand that I haven t read the other books in the series, but I seriously doubt that would make these characters anylikeable for me I simply didn t warm to any of them These are stereotypical high school girls mean, bitchy, sneaky, conceited, self centred This book doesn t represent the image of a world I d like to see for girls It represents reality for far too many and doesn t do enough to condemn a bullying culture.That s just my opinion, guys Much love to everyo Not a fan I understand that I haven t read the other books in the series, but I seriously doubt that would make these characters anylikeable for me I simply didn t warm to any of them These are stereotypical high school girls mean, bitchy, sneaky, conceited, self centred This book doesn t represent the image of a world I d like to see for girls It represents reality for far too many and doesn t do enough to condemn a bullying culture.That s just my opinion, guys Much love to everyone who praises this book and its characters and genuinely has soft spots for them You found something in this book that I didn t Love to everyone xoxo


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Kelas Lima di St.Clare ➳ [Reading] ➶ Kelas Lima di St.Clare By Enid Blyton ➩ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Si kembar Pat dan Isabel O Sullivan, Carlotta, Bobby, Claudine, serta teman teman mereka yang lain sudah duduk di kelas lima Sebentar lagi mereka akan naik ke kelas enam, tingkat terakhir di StClare M Si kembar Pat dan Isabel O Sullivan, Carlotta, Bobby, Claudine, Kelas Lima Epub / serta teman teman mereka yang lain sudah duduk di kelas lima Sebentar lagi mereka akan naik ke kelas enam, tingkat terakhir di StClare Mereka sudah hampir dewasa, tapi belum terlalu tua untuk melakukan berbagai keisengan, kejenakaan, dan keasyikan Yang paling kocak adalah Antoinette, seorang murid baru yang masuk ke kelas dua Seperti kakaknya, Claudine, ia juga tidak selalu bisa memahami kebiasaan yang berlaku di St Clare Ia tidak mau disuruh suruh Angela Dan ketika gadis pesolek itu menyuruhnya menghidangkan roti bakar, ia mengolesi roti denganSudahlah baca sendiri kisahnya.

    Kelas Lima di St.Clare ePUB Ù Kelas Lima Epub / StClare Mereka sudah hampir dewasa, tapi belum terlalu tua untuk melakukan berbagai keisengan, kejenakaan, dan keasyikan Yang paling kocak adalah Antoinette, seorang murid baru yang masuk ke kelas dua Seperti kakaknya, Claudine, ia juga tidak selalu bisa memahami kebiasaan yang berlaku di St Clare Ia tidak mau disuruh suruh Angela Dan ketika gadis pesolek itu menyuruhnya menghidangkan roti bakar, ia mengolesi roti denganSudahlah baca sendiri kisahnya."/>
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  • Kelas Lima di St.Clare
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  • 12 September 2019
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About the Author: Enid Blyton

See also Greek Enida Blaitona Latvian Russian Inid Blajton Serbian Kelas Lima Epub / Enid Mary Blyton was an English author of children s booksBorn in South London, Blyton was the eldest of three children, and showed an early interest in music and reading She was educated at St Christopher s School, Beckenham, and having decided not to pursue her music at Ipswich High School, where she trained as a kindergarten teacher She taught for five years before her marriage to editor Hugh Pollock, with whom she had two daughters This marriage ended in divorce, and Blyton remarried in , to surgeon Kenneth Fraser Darrell Waters She died in , one year after her second husbandBlyton was a prolific author of children s books, who penned an estimated books over about years Her stories were often either children s adventure and mystery stories, or fantasies involving magic Notable series include The Famous Five, The Secret Seven, The Five Find Outers, Noddy, The Wishing Chair, Mallory Towers, and St Clare sAccording to the Index Translationum, Blyton was the fifth most popular author in the world in , coming after Lenin but ahead of Shakespeare See also her pen name Mary Pollock.


10 thoughts on “Kelas Lima di St.Clare

  1. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Fifth Formers of St Clare s St Clare s, 6 , Enid BlytonFifth formers of St Clare s is the sixth novel of the St Clare s series written by Enid Blyton It was published in 1945 by Methuen Miss Cornwallis is mistress of the fifth form Hilary Wentworth is a calm and dignified head girl Being in the fifth form means quite a lot of changes for example, the girls have got studies of their own now, instead of common rooms and dormitories, the first and second formers have got to work for th Fifth Formers of St Clare s St Clare s, 6 , Enid BlytonFifth formers of St Clare s is the sixth novel of the St Clare s series written by Enid Blyton It was published in 1945 by Methuen Miss Cornwallis is mistress of the fifth form Hilary Wentworth is a calm and dignified head girl Being in the fifth form means quite a lot of changes for example, the girls have got studies of their own now, instead of common rooms and dormitories, the first and second formers have got to work for them For some reason, Mirabel has been made games captain for the school, and Gladys vice captain It is not explained why or how Mirabel has developed such good sporting abilities, nor is it explained why she is no longer musical In her first term at St Clare s she was written as a very musical girl, talented at the piano and the violin.Two girls use their new power badly Angela Favorleigh takes advantage of her prettiness and charm and turns the younger girls into willing slaves and so does Mirabel, who is games captain Some room is made for the second form Antoinette, Claudine s little sister, has come to St Clare s, too, and she proves to be as irrepressible as Claudine There are three new girls in the fifth form and all of them are unpopular Anne Marie, who fancies herself a poet, Felicity Ray, a musical genius, and Alma, a fat girl who suffers from what nowadays would be called an eating disorder Felicity s parents are very ambitious and, in spite of Miss Theobald s warnings, push their daughter too hard she is to take a very difficult musical exam and works herself too hard One part of the book describes fat Alma stealing food from a store cupboard that Antoinette keeps midnight feast food in Alison discovers the cupboard open one day and reports to Claudine Who owns the cupboard about it, and Claudine then keeps the key to the cupboard safe Alma is angry, and plays tricks on Alison Pat and Isabel are minor characters in this book, but at the end they are made head girls because Hilary will leave St Clare s and go to India to live with her parents Alison, Anne Marie, Angela, and Mirabel all redeem themselves at the end of the book 2008 1386 229 9789643631987 20

  2. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    While Enid Blyton most certainly has penned an interesting and also entertaining enough story in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, some of the scenarios that have made the plot engaging are also causing me to shake my head a bit For example, while I have on the one hand rather massively enjoyed reading about how poetry fanatic Anne Marie manages to trick English Literature Mistress Miss Wilcox by showing her basic lack of poetical, of literary knowledge to the entire class since Miss Wilcox is con While Enid Blyton most certainly has penned an interesting and also entertaining enough story in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, some of the scenarios that have made the plot engaging are also causing me to shake my head a bit For example, while I have on the one hand rather massively enjoyed reading about how poetry fanatic Anne Marie manages to trick English Literature Mistress Miss Wilcox by showing her basic lack of poetical, of literary knowledge to the entire class since Miss Wilcox is continuously being described by Enid Blyton as someone at best shallow and at worst really quite inappropriately insulting and nasty and thus also well deserving of being publicly ridiculed and outed , on the other hand, Miss Wilcox s character and her behaviour as a teacher are equally and in my opinion also too much of a direct mirror image of Drama Mistress Miss Quentin from The Second Form at St Clare s, with Alison in Fifth Formers of St Clare s of course once again totally worshipping Miss Wilcox and I guess I also kind of feel that with some of her characters, Enid Blyton does not really allow them to mature enough in the St Clare s series, for while she definitely makes Alison learn and take to heart many lessons regarding why she should not be mooning over her teachers and glamorous friends like Angela Favourleigh, in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, all this is seemingly cast aside as Alison is as into Miss Wilcox as she erstwhile was regarding Miss Quentin and once again thinks, at least for a rather lengthy period of time, that fellow student Angela is wonderful simply because she is pretty, upper class and wealthy.Further, while Mirabel s inappropriate for a responsible games captain s antics and behaviours have definitely made for an engaging subplot in Fifth Formers of St Clare s, personally I for one do tend to find that Mirabel is depicted with so much typecast negativity that she does not actually feel all that real andlike some kind of a monster And indeed, a bitnuance and character depth would certainly make Mirabel s issues with the lowers forms appear a bitrealistic and not so much as something almost inadvertently funny at times, as Mirabel at least to and for me often appears in Fifth Formers of St Clare s as some kind of an evil clown like figure something that I also feel is a bit the case with both Felicity s sleepwalking and Alma s food obsessions, since while the mental health reasons for these scenarios are realistic and appreciated, the fact that they are not really explained until very very late in Fifth Formers of St Clare s in my opinion, this tends to leave too negative an impression, this tends to leave both Felicity and Alma s fellow students and us as readers with an unnecessarily unflattering and unfair attitude towards both students, towards both Alma and Felicity

  3. Kavita Kavita says:

    The last book of the original St Clare s series, Fifth Formers of St Clare s always leaves the story feeling a little incomplete However, this is another great book, almost on par with Claudine at St Clare s Now that the girls are grown up, they can have studies of their own, and have fun pairing up with each other Alison and Angela make an admirable pair, but soon enough, it becomes obvious that Angela is going to abuse the power she is now given as a fifth former The St Clare s custom of h The last book of the original St Clare s series, Fifth Formers of St Clare s always leaves the story feeling a little incomplete However, this is another great book, almost on par with Claudine at St Clare s Now that the girls are grown up, they can have studies of their own, and have fun pairing up with each other Alison and Angela make an admirable pair, but soon enough, it becomes obvious that Angela is going to abuse the power she is now given as a fifth former The St Clare s custom of having young girls fagging for the older ones now gets arealistic turn with Angela and her demands and misuse of the younger girls time and feelings Surprisingly, abuse of power is also done by another person Mirabel Made sports captain, this previously much loved and much admired girl soon manages to turn the entire school against her How does she manage to get out of such a mess Interestingly, both power abusers end up in a feud as well Poetry is in the air With a new English mistress, Ms Wilcox and a new girl, Anne Marie, both poets, the form is about to have some good fun Would Miss Wilcox help Anne Marie or would they be at odds Alison, this term, worshipping, Miss Wilcox, finds reason for a feud with Anne Marie And the girls, obviously, react to these poetic goings on with some trepidation.But the depth to this book is given by Alma Pudden Dropped down from the sixth form because of various troubles, she is a fat girl, whose only interest in life seems to be eating I found this plot handled pretty sensitively for Enid and despite Alma getting into serious trouble because of her craving for food, we are given to see that it is not her fault It is ultimately the rest of the girls who are told to show sensitivity, practically unheard of in St Clare s I really enjoyed this book, especially since Claudine s younger sister, Antoinette, also joins the school, making for a double dose of fun

  4. Ashley Ashley says:

    4.5 stars I thought it was astoundingly brilliant Could hardly believe it was from the same series as all its prequels what with its utterly delightful and fast paced, gripping plot as well as its jaw dropping characterisation It was also a very thought provoking read with a startling amount of psychological depth within Exceptionally well written indeed I just loved it

  5. Maryam Maryam says:

    I loved it But i m soo sad that the fifth formers can t play any tricks nor have midnight feasts because they are fifth formers

  6. Teresa Teresa says:

    This was one of the better ones of the series Not as good as Malory Towers but well worth a read.

  7. Bev Walkling Bev Walkling says:

    Another book in Blyton s series about St Clare Boarding School This book was first published in 1945 and it is important to keep that in mind when reading as some of the language is dated and means something entirely different in current times This was a particularly humerous book with a wonderful description of Mamzelle s hilarious night catching burglars.Just to set the mode of the time, here is a brief quote Each term brought different things to learn, besides lessons Those girls who face Another book in Blyton s series about St Clare Boarding School This book was first published in 1945 and it is important to keep that in mind when reading as some of the language is dated and means something entirely different in current times This was a particularly humerous book with a wonderful description of Mamzelle s hilarious night catching burglars.Just to set the mode of the time, here is a brief quote Each term brought different things to learn, besides lessons Those girls who faced their difficulties, saw and understood their faults, conquered their failings, and became strong characters and leaders would make the finest wives and mothers of the future

  8. Carolynne Carolynne says:

    Pat, Isabel and Alison have matured enough to enroll in the Fifth Form Does everyone think they are just too mature and dignified for the naughty exploits and treeks they have been accustomed to play on unsuspecting mistresses Never mind, Claudine and her little sister Antoinette cause plenty of mischief to make the book fun for Blyton s many readers Typically, Blyton was unconcerned about political correctness a troubled fat girl is the book s hapless villain.

  9. Mateenah Alli Mateenah Alli says:

    I like this book It really is interesting it engages the reader.

  10. Allison Allison says:

    Not a fan I understand that I haven t read the other books in the series, but I seriously doubt that would make these characters anylikeable for me I simply didn t warm to any of them These are stereotypical high school girls mean, bitchy, sneaky, conceited, self centred This book doesn t represent the image of a world I d like to see for girls It represents reality for far too many and doesn t do enough to condemn a bullying culture.That s just my opinion, guys Much love to everyo Not a fan I understand that I haven t read the other books in the series, but I seriously doubt that would make these characters anylikeable for me I simply didn t warm to any of them These are stereotypical high school girls mean, bitchy, sneaky, conceited, self centred This book doesn t represent the image of a world I d like to see for girls It represents reality for far too many and doesn t do enough to condemn a bullying culture.That s just my opinion, guys Much love to everyone who praises this book and its characters and genuinely has soft spots for them You found something in this book that I didn t Love to everyone xoxo

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