Unlimited [Paranormal Book] ↠ Lebanon - by Caroline Miller ✓


  • Title: Lebanon
  • Author: Caroline Miller
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Hardcover

  • This is the romantic story of Lebanon Fairgale, dark beauty of the Georgia lowlands The period is that simple and unspoiled era, the early decades of the nineteenth century.While old Crease Fairgale had taught Lebanon all the rudiments and skills of living in harmony with nature, he had never told her a thing about love And when Sebastian Ratcliff came down from BaltimorThis is the romantic story of Lebanon Fairgale, dark beauty of the Georgia lowlands The period is that simple and unspoiled era, the early decades of the nineteenth century.While old Crease Fairgale had taught Lebanon all the rudiments and skills of living in harmony with nature, he had never told her a thing about love And when Sebastian Ratcliff came down from Balti to visit, she was caught off guard The attraction was mutual, but the solution was not simple Like all the other Radcliffs he lived up to his promises, in particular a promise to Lucie Birdsong back in Balti His frantic indecision was terminated by a hunting accident which took him back on a journey of pain to Balti and the waiting arms of Lucie.With Sebastian lost to her forever, Lebanon did the practical thing and married kindly,extravagant Fernald d Aussy Thus began a life of pioneering for which Lebanon was fitted by nature and which proved difficult for Fernald.Here is an extraordinary living story with its tragedies, its sounds of birds, its bloom of wild flowers, its thousand and one natural delights But most important, it is the accurate, many hued portrait of an impetuous child of nature who, weathered by the storms of life, became a woman of great strength and courage.
    Caroline Miller
    Caroline Miller published her first novel, Lamb in His Bosom, in 1933 and became the first Georgian to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction The thirty year old housewife and author produced one of the most critically acclaimed first novels of the Southern Renaissance period In addition to the Pulitzer, the novel earned France s Prix Femina in 1934 and became an immediate best seller.Miller, the youngest of seven children, was born on August 26, 1903, in Waycross in Ware County to a schoolteacher and a Methodist minister Miller s father died while she was in junior high school her mother died in her junior year of high school She demonstrated an early interest in writing and acting and performed in several high school plays Shortly after graduation she married her high school English teacher, William D Miller, and the couple moved to Baxley In 1927, after six years of marriage, a son was born Miller gave birth again in 1929 to twin boys In addition to her domestic duties, Miller continued to write short stories to supplement the family income.Described by literary critics as a work of regional historical realism, Lamb in His Bosom depicts the struggle and hardships of poor white pioneers in the nineteenth century on the south Georgia frontier, known as the wiregrass region The stress of sudden fame and attention strained the Millers marriage, and in 1936 the couple divorced In 1937 Caroline Miller married a florist and antique dealer, Clyde H Ray Jr The couple made their home in Waynesville, North Carolina, where Caroline helped her husband in his business and gave birth to a fourth son and a daughter.Miller continued to write features and short stories for newspapers and magazines Her second novel, Lebanon 1944 , received a lukewarm reception from critics, and Miller herself was not satisfied with it During the following decades Miller wrote prolifically and completed several manuscripts Uncomfortable in the glare of the public spotlight so many years earlier, Miller chose not to publish any additional work She remained in her mountain home in western North Carolina, cherishing her privacy and solitude Lamb in His Bosom enjoyed a resurgence of popularity a year after Miller s death, when Peachtree Publishers in Atlanta reprinted the novel with an afterword by historian Elizabeth Fox Genovese This signaled a new attention to her work by both literary scholars and historians Caroline Miller died on July 12, 1992, knowing that she had received what she once declared to be the true reward of a novelist the knowledge that after he dies he will leave the best part of himself behind Miller was inducted into the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame in 2007 and into Georgia Women of Achievement in 2009 The New Georgia Encyclopedia


    Commentaires:

    Dorcas
    3.5 StarsWe're first introduced to Lebanon as a young bayou woman living with her father, Crease and brother Joel. Her mother died while Lebanon was very small so her upbringing was left to the menfolk. So it's not too surprising that Lebanon is just as comfortable hunting alligators as she is in keeping house. While she never learned to read and write, (not for lack of desire) she is well seasoned in survival skills.I loved the bayou part of the book, I always find that setting fascinating and [...]

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