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The best historical novel I’ve read, pagination from the Harvard Library edition, 1962. It's praised by Samuel Eliot Morrison as better than other, historians’ accounts of Shays Rebellion. Though ... Lue koko arvostelu
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Sivu 375 - THE FORGE IN THE FOREST Being the Narrative of the Acadian Ranger, Jean de Mer, Seigneur de Briart, and how he crossed the Black Abbe\ and of his adventures in a strange fellowship. Illustrated by Henry Sandham, RCA Library 12mo, cloth, gilt top $1.50 A story of pure love and heroic adventure.
Sivu 375 - ... spell and became her friends. It is not fanciful, •with talking beasts ; nor is it merely an exquisite idyl of the beasts themselves. It is an actual romance, in which the animal characters play their parts as naturally as do the human. The atmosphere of the book is enchanting.
Sivu 375 - This is a volume of romance, of love and adventure in that picturesque period when Nova Scotia was passing from the French to the English regime. Each tale is independent of the others, but the scenes are similar, and in several of them the evil
Sivu 375 - Being the story of Yvonne de Lamourie, and how she went into exile with the villagers of Grand Pre.
Sivu v - Rebellion. The Duke of Stockbridge was written by Mr. Bellamy in 1879, at the request of the editor of a local paper in Great Barrington, Mass. In the author's mind were already stirring the grave questions which he was soon to propound in Looking Backward, and when he undertook to write a romance of his native Berkshire Hills he chose, not unnaturally, the episode of the revolt of the debtor-farmers in 1786 against their harsh creditors and the aggressive state government. But when Looking Backward...
Sivu 375 - ... This is the author's first volume of stories and the one which discovered him as a fiction writer of advanced rank. The tales deal chiefly with those elemental problems of the mysteries of life, — pain, the unknown, the strange kinship of man and beast in the struggle for existence, — the enigmas which occur chiefly to the primitive folk on the backwoods fringe of civilization, and they arrest attention for their sincerity, their freshness of first-hand knowledge, and their superior craft....
Sivu 376 - A stirring and unexcelled collection of the bravest lyrics which celebrate deeds of American courage and patriotism. The ballads are chosen with signal discrimination and are edited with extensive historical notes. Songs of the Nation. Compiled by Col. CHARLES W. JOHNSON. 160...
Sivu v - ... stirring the grave questions which he was soon to propound in Looking Backward, and when he undertook to write a romance of his native Berkshire Hills he chose, not unnaturally, the episode of the revolt of the debtor-farmers in 1786 against their harsh creditors and the aggressive state government. But when Looking Backward was fully written, he had become so convinced of his own duty to be the advocate of the cooperative social system, that in the several remaining years of his life he never...
Sivu 289 - With the beasts of the wood, we will ramble for food, And lodge in wild deserts and caves, And live poor as Job on the skirts of the globe, Before we'll submit to be slaves, brave boys, Before we'll submit to be slaves, etc.