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    Summary Proverb Stories [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ I've had this on my to read pile for ages I don't know why I put off reading it for so long This was a breath of fresh air No one writes like this any The language was beautiful the vocabulary long since forgotten the stories uite enjoyable Worth the time to go back and read again just for the sheer joy of the

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    [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott Louisa May Alcott ´ 6 Read I liked some of these stories better than others but alas I can't say I loved any of them They are highly moral but only a little interesting My favorites were A Country Christmas and My Red Cap The last story a New Year story What the Bells

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    characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott Louisa May Alcott ´ 6 Read [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ “Kitty’s Class Day” as a title sounds like a story about a young child going to school but it is in fact about a 17 y

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    [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ Summary Proverb Stories I own the 1908 edition of this 1882 book by Louisa May Alcott I've collected many of her old books in order to read her entire collection I'm pretty close to being done Why would I do such a thing Obsessive Compulsive Maybe But her works in general are delightful They range from Little Women semi autobiographical to newly discovered potboilers which I have totally enjoyed Not only are the stories entertaining but the progress and sometimes

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    Summary Proverb Stories Louisa May Alcott ´ 6 Read characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott How little it takes to make a young girl happy A pretty dress sunshine and somebody opposite and they are blest Well that about sums it up folks

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    characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ 5 stars 610 hearts I really enjoyed this story collection “Kitty’s Class Day” was sweet and old fashioned and just lovely Jack was a dear and the story gave me “Little Women” vibes several times “Aunt Kipp” was hilarious and sweet “Psyche’s Art” was lovely and had an excellent message “A Country Chris

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    [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ Louisa May Alcott ´ 6 Read Such a lovely writing stylesimple and sweet No one writes like her

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    characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ A good little set of moral stories

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    [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ I appreciate Alcott for her insight into the poverty of the time and also the Civil War Otherwise I find it maudlin and sentimental

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    Summary Proverb Stories [Proverb Stories] EBOOK READ characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott A collection of fun short stories with a few twists

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Summary Proverb Stories

Summary Proverb Stories Proverb Stories Free read ¸ 6 characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott This scarce antiuarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series Due to its age it may contain imperfections such as marks notations ma. Kitty s Class Day as a title sounds like a story about a young child going to school but it is in fact about a 17 year old obsessed with looking her best making use of what materials she s got to look fashionable and make men s heads turn with admiration and women look with envyThis light hearted and amusing tale is my favourite of this collection 4 stars Aunt Kipp is the name of a 70 something rich woman who is something of a Scrooge She does little to help her niece grandniece or grandnephew but succeeds in annoying and upsetting them Only 11 year old Toady has any impact on her hard old heart but he tends to rub her up the wrong way uite often as he tends to tell the truth without ever considering tact I found this to be an upbeat amusing tale 4 stars Psyche s Art is about a female sculptor who wants to be the best she can in her art After a chat with a man much talented than she Psyche strange name for a lady comes to see that caring for others is the best way to feed her soul and ultimately excel with her passion A sombre moralistic tale this one and one of Ms Alcott s least appealing for me so only 2 stars I read A Country Christmas separately in December 2013 which is the best time for a simple sweet satisfying seasonal short story such as this3 stars On Picket Duty is a short story comprised of four even shorter stories one each told by the four characters who are as the title suggests on picket dutyBetter than the previous tale but still not to my tastes so 2 stars again The Baron s Gloves is to my liking than the previous two stories however Ms Alcott practically disowns this one in the preface She states I have added The Baron s Gloves as a sample of the romantic rubbish which paid so well once upon a time If it shows what not to write it will not have been rescued from oblivion in vain I disagree as I enjoyed the light hearted tone and upbeat mood of this tale Two young women Helen and Amy accompany their uncle during a trip through Germany The women long for some adventure to add spice to the routine feel of the travelsSure enough their hopes are realised and this long short story perhaps it ualifies as a novelette is comprised of several individual incidents that are linked together3 stars despite the author suggesting it isn t even worthy of 1 star My Red Cap is about a nurse who meets a newly recruited soldier by chance before he departs on his new lifeThroughout the tale the pair meet again over time the third occasion being after a 20 year gap and upon every meeting the soldier is in a worse state than before However much he suffers he manages to grin and bear itThe nurse feels affection for him but this is not a tale of love but rather of platonic friendshipFound this uite mundane and skipped a few paragraphs Not Louisa at her best in my opinion2 stars What the Bells Saw and Said is about a group of spirits who dwell in the bells Set on Christmas Eve the spirits discuss the year on the whole mixing tales of happiness and woe The amount of woe resulted in me skipping half of thisFound this too preachy and lifeless 1 star

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Proverb Stories

Summary Proverb Stories Proverb Stories Free read ¸ 6 characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott Rginalia and flawed pages Because we believe this work is culturally important we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting preserving and pro. 5 stars 610 hearts I really enjoyed this story collection Kitty s Class Day was sweet and old fashioned and just lovely Jack was a dear and the story gave me Little Women vibes several times Aunt Kipp was hilarious and sweet Psyche s Art was lovely and had an excellent message A Country Christmas was full of good advice romance and old fashioned happiness On Picket Duty will not be pleasing to the sympathizer of the South it s set in the American Civil WarWBTS but it was interesting enough My Red Cap was sweet What the Bells Heard Saw would have been lovely except it was about spirits so I will not be rereading it Call me an incurable romantic but A Baron s Gloves was my favourite of all those lovely stories I enjoyed it so so muchA Favourite uote I d hunt up some homely happy folks to write about folks that don t borrer trouble and go lookin for holes in their neighbors coats but take their lives brave and cheerful and rememberin we are all human have pity on the weak and try to be as full of mercy patience and lovin kindness as Him who made us That sort of a book would do a heap of good be real warmin and strengthening and make them that read it love the man that wrote it and remember him when he was dead and gone A Favourite Humorous uote The two young ladies sat apart apparently absorbed in novels while each was privately longing for somebody to come and with the charming inconsistency of the fair sex planning to fly if certain somebodies did appear

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Summary Proverb Stories Proverb Stories Free read ¸ 6 characters ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Louisa May Alcott Moting the world's literature Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard to find books with something of interest for everyon. Such a lovely writing stylesimple and sweet No one writes like her

  • Paperback
  • 160
  • Proverb Stories
  • Louisa May Alcott
  • English
  • 11 August 2020
  • 9781164086611