An Old Fashioned Girl

Author: Louisa May Alcott
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An Old Fashioned Girl

Author: Louisa May Alcott
Editor: 1st World Publishing
ISBN: 1421815842
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A simplified version of the Alcott novel in which Polly's friendship with the wealthy Shaws of Boston helps them to build a new life and teaches her the truth about the relationship between happiness and riches.

Old Fashioned Girl

Author: Everett A. Blackman
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ISBN: 9780962246951
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A tale of love and loss set in a bygone greeting card factory. From its irreverent beginnings to its bittersweet end, OLD-FASHIONED GIRL chronicles the humor and pathos of all who find themselves trapped in a world of changing values.

An Old Fashioned Girl

Author: Betty Neels
Editor: Harlequin / SB Creative
ISBN: 4596899355
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Patience takes care of her aunties and lives humbly day to day. One day, a Dutch doctor, Julius, comes to their village for a short time to work on his book, and for a considerable salary she agrees to do housework for him. At first she finds Julius to be quite curt, but as time goes on, she finds that he's actually quite charming. Gradually, a love for him grows inside her. He also starts to unknowingly become attracted to her frankness and simple "rat" clothes...

The Old Fashioned Woman

Author: Elsie Worthington Clews Parsons
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An Old Fashioned Girl

Author: Louisa M Alcott
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ISBN: 9781707538300
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Louisa May Alcott (1832 - 1888) needs little introduction, as she is one of the most famous American female authors, whose most famous work is Little Women. She also served as a nurse for six weeks during the Civil War at Union Hospital in Georgetown. Her letters were compiled to create Hospital Sketches.

An Old Fashioned Girl

Author: Alcott L.M.
Editor: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5521057692
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Луиза Мэй Олкотт – известная американская писательница XIX века, чьи романы читаемы и любимы до сих пор. «Старомодная девушка» - это не просто история о кроткой девушке, которая стыдится своей внешности и невежественности. На примере главной героини романа автор показывает, что на самом деле делает девушку по-настоящему прекрасной, почему не стоит искать идеалы в мире внешнем, а пытаться их обрести внутри. Читайте зарубежную литературу в оригинале!

An Old Fashioned Girl In A Century Of Change

Author: John W. Anderson Ed
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450278566
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This story is one for the ages at a time when the concept of marriage in our society is so fragile and its reality so weakened, the strength and courage of the marriage relationship, so beautifully depicted here, is a remarkable witness to the Orthodox way. + HERMAN, Retired Archbishop of Washington Metropolitan of All America and Canada These letters and journals were written by an intelligent, University trained woman who successfully resisted the feminism model in her generation and found her true career in marriage with children. She supported her husband in church work and Bible translation for non-literate tribal people, standing with him for evolution-free education.

An Old Fashioned Girl Large Print

Author: Louisa May Alcott
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ISBN: 9781687504890
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It all starts out with Tom Shaw fighting with his sister, Fan, to go to the station to pick up Fan's friend. Fan does not wish to go because her curls will get ruined in the rain. Finally, Tom agrees to go, and runs to the station. There, he expects to meet a fashionable, breezy young lady, but is instead met by a young girl with a bright face, and simple clothes. Her name is Polly. This first book is about Polly having to deal with irritating Tom, who is sometimes nice and sometimes mean, her own simple country clothes being made fun of by Fan's friends, and temptations that come her way.

Hilda

Author: Semona G. Whitney
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 0759685223
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In 1881 Carl and Gunilla Swensson traveled from Malmo, Sweden to America in search of a better life for themselves and their three children. Hilda, the youngest daughter, was three years old at the time. The Swenssons, whose name was changed to Swanson at Ellis Island, settled in Northeast Minneapolis where they opened a boarding house on Harrison Street. Hilda the Biography of an Old-Fashioned Girl in an Old-Fashioned World, is a tribute to Hilda Johnson's life written by her daughter, Semona Whitney. The story reads like a novel. Historical and suitable for adults and children alike, it is a vivid portrait of life's chances, losses, and triumphs in another era. Disabled in early childhood by rickets, Hilda cannot run and play outside with the other children. But when a music teacher gives "stahkars litten Hilda" ("poor little Hilda") piano lessons in exchange for a room at the Swanson boarding house, Hilda's adventures begin. Her music takes her as a young adult across the frozen Midwest with Alexander Bull, son of the famous Norwegian violinist, Ole Bull, and back to the drawing rooms of the Minneapolis elite. Hilda struggles between her love for music and her longing for family, between independence and duty, finding at last her true love. A remarkable woman, Hilda viewed life with humor and lived it with passion. This book is her story.