Elsie's Womanhood

Book 4 in the Original Elsie Classics
Letto da: Marguerite Gavin
Durata: 8 ore e 54 min
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It is a time for celebration as Elsie prepares to marry her beloved Edward. Following their wedding, the happy couple honeymoon at Viamede, childhood home of Elsie's mother in the bayou region of Louisiana. Here Elsie's faith matures, and she learns to share her belief with others in a meaningful way.

Four children - Elsie, Edward, Violet, and Harold - are born to Elsie and Edward, who experience the joys and heart-aches of parenthood.

Meanwhile, the country teeters on the brink of civil war. Mindful of the tragedies unfolding around her, Elsie is touched by the painful divisions brought on by the War between the States and the devastating loss of family and friends that accompanies it.

©2000 Blackstone Audio, Inc. (P)2000 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

"There has been almost no character in American juvenile fiction which has attained more widespread interest and affection than 'Elsie.'" ( Ladies Home Journal, 1893)

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  • 29/07/2019

another wonderful Elsie Dinsmore book

same performance as the 1st 2 Elsie books. this book spans about 10 years of Elsies life and the entire Civil War. definitely my fav Elsie book so far- partly because of how the civil war is discussed. it brought prospectives I had never thought much about. author lived during this time so the information is accurate down to the southern prison camp in the book is real and is still known today as possibly the worst civil war prison, etc. wonderful book.