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READ » Madame Doubtfire ¿ Lydia Christopher and Natalie Hillard are used to domestic turmoil and have been torn between their warring parents ever since their divorce That all changes when their mother takes on an unusual cleaning lady But there is much to Madame Doubtfire than meets the eyeMadame Doubtfire inspired the highly successful film Mrs DoubtfireLydia Christopher and Natalie Hillard are used to domestic turmoil and have been torn between their warring pa. I saw the movie so many times that I lost count I love it it is so funnyThat being said I don't like the book very much It's not funny at all I really don't know about divorce at all In this book it is horrible The parents are always fighting with each other and verbally bashing each other seperately in front of the kids The father Daniel was always pretending to act out killing the mother Miranda in various ways Sometimes in front of the childrenThe author never specifies the children's ages Very agrivating She mentions how much money Madame Doubtfire will be earning and even the phone numbers for both parents but never how old the kids are As far as I can tell they are somewhere between 2 and 14 years oldSomething else that bothered me how Miranda didn't recognize her ex husband as Madame Doubtfire The daughters knew it was him right away He only painted his face and wore a turban for crying out loud He was even in a play years before acting as a character named Madame Doubtfire She didn't remember that Wow these two should have never stayed together long enough to have children

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Is much to Madame Doubtfire than meets the eyeMadame Doubtfire inspired the highly successful film Mrs Doubtfi. The film is better than the book It was a bit of a shock to find out that it was firstly a book and secondly by an author that I have read a couple of books of as a child I can't say i was into her books much back then Thirdly it is most definitely British and written in the way books were back in the early 90s and before where the children sounded so awfully posh So prim and proper UghI kind of preferred it as American as I coughs not uite match Robin Williams up to this version And who cannot love Robin as Mrs DoubtfireIt isn't a funny book although i think its constant reference to embarrassing male nudity was meant to be amusing Now seems a tad immatureBoth parents came across badly but Daniel seemed to be of a twat The film he was immature and not very responsible but still likeable and by the end you could respect him Book Dan if accounts were true was a dick and a bit lame The end felt a little too wrapped up considering what had happened the film version felt realistic to this end Written as Young Adult fiction however to me it feels a children's story in tone and style Maybe that reflects the differences in books written nowadays for YA and those written in the early nineties and eighties Fine was aiming for realism by writing about a sadly common occurring family issue Maybe it pales now in comparison to the film but the humour fell flat and it felt a little ham fisted at the end as if written for the parents rather than children Which perhaps explains three slightly adult humour inserted into it

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Madame DoubtfireRents ever since their divorce That all changes when their mother takes on an unusual cleaning lady But there. It is a rare ocassion when a movie surpasses its source material but such is the case here The book mainly focuses on how divorces affect the children The book tries to be fun at times but the characters are so toxic that it takes the fun awayIf you are trying to choose between the book or the movie I suggest that the movie is the perfect option