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The sheltered life

by Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow

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Published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich in San Diego .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Richmond (Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • City and town life -- Fiction,
    • Young women -- Fiction,
    • Richmond (Va.) -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEllen Glasgow.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPS3513.L34 S5 1985
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiv, 395 p. ;
      Number of Pages395
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2533375M
      ISBN 100156816903
      LC Control Number85014081
      OCLC/WorldCa12238019

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"The Sheltered Life," writes Carol S. Manning in her Afterword to this new paperback edition, is "a jewel of American literature and deserves recognition as a masterpiece of the Southern Renaissance." It is a remarkably unsentimental look at the old South, a society that blindly holds to past values enforced by a strict code of conduct, being overtaken by the new age of industrialization/5(8).

"The Sheltered Life," writes Carol S. Manning in her Afterword to this new paperback edition, is "a jewel of American literature and deserves recognition as a masterpiece of the Southern Renaissance." It is a remarkably unsentimental look at the old South, a society that blindly holds to past values enforced by a strict code of conduct, being overtaken by the new age of : Houghton Mifflin The sheltered life book.

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In the town of Queenborough, Virginia, the Archbalds and the Birdsongs, the two remaining families on Washington Street, hold their ground and attempt to ignore the industrial invasion in the years before the first World War/5().

THE SHELTERED LIFE by Ellen Glasgow For. ARTHUR GRAHAM GLASGOW. Whose affection is a shelter. without walls CONTENTS. Preface. Part One. THE AGE OF MAKE-BELIEVE.

Eight years later, old General Archbald muses over his life and the lives of his family and friends. “The Sheltered Life” looks at Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Ellen Glasgow’s attempts to sustain romantic attachments while maintaining their success as writers.

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The character of Betsy in "The Sheltered life of Betsy Parker" truly displays that each individual can choose to be thankful for the simple joys in life, regardless of the difficulties one must face.

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Manning in her Afterword to this new paperback edition, is "a jewel of American literature and deserves recognition as a masterpiece of the Southern Renaissance." It is a remarkably unsentimental look at the old South, a society that blindly holds to past values enforced by a strict code of conduct, being overtaken by the new age of industrialization.

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The Sheltered Life, writes Carol S. Manning in her Afterword to this new paperback edition, is "a jewel of American literature and deserves recognition as a masterpiece of the Southern Renaissance. "The Sheltered Life", writes Carol S. Manning in her Afterword to this new paperback edition, is "a jewel of American literature and deserves recognition as a masterpiece of the Southern Renaissance".

It is a remarkably unsentimental look at the old South, a society that blindly holds to past values enforced by a strict code of conduct, being /5(7).

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