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And There Would Be No Wolves epub

by Leatrice Lifshitz


And There Would Be No Wolves epub

ISBN: 1602640807

ISBN13: 978-1602640801

Author: Leatrice Lifshitz

Category: Memoris

Subcategory: Specific Groups

Language: English

Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing (October 23, 2007)

Pages: 240 pages

ePUB book: 1882 kb

FB2 book: 1224 kb

Rating: 4.9

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She watched and helped shape many of the major actors in that battle, from Kansas to H The novel AND THERE WOULD BE NO WOLVE. s the historically accurate novel of one of the most quietly extraordinary women in American history.

The novel AND THERE WOULD BE NO WOLVE. She watched and helped shape many of the major actors in that battle, from Kansas to H The novel AND THERE WOULD BE NO WOLVE. The mother of thirteen children, and the wife of John Brown, she is a forgotten, yet integral part of the march towards the abolition of slavery.

And There Would Be No Wolves by Leatrice Lifshitz Paperback, 240 Pages, Published 2007 by Virtual .

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This is the historically accurate novel of one of the most quietly extraordinary women in American history. The mother of thirteen, and the wife of John Brown, she is forgotten, yet integral part of the march towards the abolition of slavery. She watched and helped shape many of the major actors in that battle, from Kansas to Harper's Ferry. Who was Mary Anne Brown? A wife and a mother? Yes. Also, a farmer, cook, seamstress, nurse, teacher and single parent for much of the time. How did she survive her hardships as she moved from town to town, from state to state? How did she bury her four young children who died in an epidemic? What was she thinking, feeling, when Frederick was killed in Kansas? When Watson and Oliver were killed at Harper's Ferry? When her husband was hanged? When she was widowed, with little resources? Woven into Mary's story are chapters about Prudence Crandall (who enrolled Negro children in her Female Seminary), Lucy Stone (feminist and anti-slavery activist), Araminta Ross (Harriet Tubman), and Mary Todd Lincoln.
As seen through the eyes of his loyal wife--whom he led a life of toil, sorrow, and profound loss--John Brown was not only a spiritual guide to his family but a religious firebrand to many people in the abolitionist movement. Mary Brown was little educated, except by her husband, and she knew only what he told her of his life outside their large family, so her own story, though well researched (so far as the facts are known) is more intuitively told, here, than informative of the larger picture. The power of this book is that, through perceptive (and often poetic) description of domestic scenes in the life of this devoted, obedient woman, we come to see that she was very nearly as abused by her circumstances as were the slaves John Brown sought to free. In this way, the man is revealed. It is tough to read, at times, because Mary Brown suffered, and the pacing of her story as told here is often slow. Even so, we are awed by her quiet faith and perseverance in the face of personal and national cataclysm.
I enjoyed reading this abolitionist story from the wife's perspective. She tended to repeat herself too much but it was an excellent story telling the hardships she faced, her husband being gone so much of the time, he was a cold man, and many of her children died.

Good Story.
The book is a bit too drawn out....too many ways to skip over parts of it and still not miss the point of the story.