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Title:The Secret Garden
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Gramercy Books
ISBN:0517221152
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Number of Pages:272
Category:Classics, Fiction, Childrens, Young adult

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, Troy Howell

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Secret Garden Ten year old Mary comes to live in a lonely house on the Yorkshire moors and discovers an invalid cousin and the mysteries of a locked garden

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No description available, Little Lord Fauntleroy by Frances Hodgson Burnett is a beloved children s novel that made a huge impact on the th century public shaping everything from boys clothing fashions to copyright law Cedric Errol is a generous kind and exemplary middle class American boy who is suddenly found to be the heir of the Earl of Dorincourt Saying loving goodbyes to his working class friends Cedric goes to England together with his mother to embrace his new fortune His grandfather the old earl is a bitter old man ridden with gout and a foul temper trusting no one However the angelic boy elicits a profound transformation in the grandfather which not only benefits the castle household but the whole populace of the earldom br br If only the old man s heart would soften toward Cedric s estranged mother the family would be healed at last And when another potential heir to the earldom makes a claim it seems that everything is lost br br But all things are possible through a child s innocent trust true friendship and unconditional love, i The Shuttle i is about American heiresses marrying English aristocrats by extension it is about the effect of American energy dynamism and affluence on an effete and impoverished English ruling class Sir Nigel Anstruthers crosses the Atlantic to look for a rich wife and returns with the daughter of an American millionaire Rosalie Vanderpoel He turns out to be a bully a miser and a philanderer and virtually imprisons his wife in the house Only when Rosalie s sister Bettina is grown up does it occur to her and her father that some sort of rescue expedition should take place And the beautiful kind and dynamic Bettina leaves for Europe to try and find out why Rosalie has inexplicably chosen to lose touch with her family In the process she engages in a psychological war with Sir Nigel meets and falls in love with another Englishman and starts to use the Vanderpoel money to modernize Stornham Court br br The book s title refers to ships shuttling back and forth over the Atlantic Frances Hodgson Burnett herself traveled between the two countries thirty three times something very unusual then, Burnett began as a novelist but she is now best remembered for her children s books including i Sara Crewe i which was later rewritten to become i The Little Princess i br It begins In the first place Miss Minchin lived in London Her home was a large dull tall one in a large dull square where all the houses were alike and all the sparrows were alike and where all the door knockers made the same heavy sound and on still days and nearly all the days were still seemed to resound through the entire row in which the knock was knocked On Miss Minchin s door there was a brass plate On the brass plate there was described in black letters Miss Minchin s Select Seminary for Young Ladies