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Bronze no Tenshi

Bronze no Tenshi

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Bronze Angel, Bronze's Angel
Japanese: ブロンズの天使

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 28
Status: Finished
Published: 2004 to 2007
Authors: Saito, Chiho (Story & Art)
Serialization: Flowers (Monthly)

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Score: 7.311 (scored by 247 users)
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Ranked: #52962
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Popularity: #9065
Members: 596
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Volumes: /7
Chapters: /28

Synopsis

Russia, 1828. Natalia's family is fallen nobility, left poor by her father's chronic illness and mother's poor management. Her family's only chance at revival is her marriage to a wealthy noble. With her family's hopes riding on her future husband, what chance does a poor poet have at winning her heart...?

(Source: Storm in Heaven)

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Pushkin, Alexander
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Goncharova, Natalia
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Maffy
Oct 16, 2016
Judging from how it seems at first glance, it is easy misunderstanding this as a typical shoujo in which love prevails over every circumstance, even more so when the setting is about nobility and the difficulties that come with it. While this is partially the truth, this work focuses on a more realistic aspect of how things were dealt with in Russia back in the early 19th century and is based on real life events, which assures the reader that there are no magical turnarounds or happy endings out of nowhere.

The story is centered on Alexander Pushkin and consequently, the important people around him who read more
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xDestinyStarzx
Mar 16, 2012
This is one manga that I really wanted to write a review the moment I finished reading it. This is only my 2nd time writing a review so pardon my skills. Here goes...

Story: 6/10 Fair
It was a pretty good story if not for some areas where I feel frustrated and I didn't particularly like the ending.. I didn't understand why did the author/artist decide to end it in that way when it could have been done in another way that made a bit more sense.XS However, all in all, it was still a pretty good story to make me want to read all the way read more
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Zeatha
Apr 22, 2013
This is by far the most enjoyable true history-based manga I have ever read. I was quite interested with the history genre, but I have long forgotten how exciting and thrilling they were. This work was based on true history, that left me appalled by the end of the series. The ending was not what I expected, and the choices of some characters infuriated me. However, the mangaka herself made a good effort to give in detail the true history behind the manga. The graphics fit the characters, and the characters were well portrayed. This manga will make you keep wanting to read through the read more
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RomanzAntica
Dec 25, 2011
I chose this manga to be my first review since I'm currently reading it, and also because it's so powerful. I mean, the story really isn't a typical shojo story, and there isn't anything to call the story predictable (unless you already know the history behind it). I like historical fiction to begin with, and the romance was a plus, but it wasn't what I expected. I cried today reading the chapters, I felt so much pity for some of the characters. I don't agree with some of their choices (that's life), but I was moved by their thoughts, their selfishness, and their passion. It read more
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