America S First Daughter

Author: Stephanie Dray
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062347276
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THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER In a compelling, richly researched novel that draws from thousands of letters and original sources, bestselling authors Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie tell the fascinating, untold story of Thomas Jefferson’s ...

Summary Analysis Review Of Stephanie Dray S And Laura Kamoie S America S First Daughter By Instaread

Author: Instaread
Publisher: Instaread
ISBN: 1683786246
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America's First Daughter is a meticulously researched historical novel based on
letters to and from Thomas Jefferson, of which he alone wrote more than 18,000. [
2] Many of the events described in the book are based on historical events.
Although the novel takes liberties by imagining the thoughts and feelings of Patsy
Jefferson, the narrator and protagonist, it is the novel's liberties that often bring
Patsy to life for readers. The novel is narrated in the first person. As a result, Patsy

Author: โดนัลด์ ทรัมป์
ISBN: 9789741652389
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ตีแผ่ชั้นเชิงการเจรจาธุรกิจ วิธีบริหารงาน เงิน การลงทุน และการใช้ชีวิตอันชาญฉลาด ...

Daughters Fathers And The Novel

Author: Lynda Marie Zwinger
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
ISBN: 9780299128548
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America's first native father-daughter romance, Susanna Rowson's Charlotte
Temple: A Tale of Truth, poses these questions — to no good end for the Good
Girl.4 In her preface Rowson defends herself against possible imputations of
harboring active, writerly designs upon the literary canon, declaring that she
writes not for "the applause which might attend the most elegant, finished piece of
literature" but rather for the use of "the many daughters of Misfortune who . . . are
thrown on an ...


Author: Allison Pataki
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0812989066
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–C. W. GORTNER, bestselling author of The Vatican Princess “Beautifully written,
meticulously researched, and powerfully evocative, Sisi brings to life the story of
the embattled Hapsburg Empress Elisabeth of Austria-Hungary humanizingone
of the great female figures of history." –STEPHANIE DRAY and LAURA KAMOLE,
authors of Americas First Daughter “From luscious moonlit gardens to sumptuous
castles, the settings of Sisi. Empress on Her Own are as dazzling as those of ...

Windy City Blues

Author: Renée Rosen
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101991135
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Like a soaring sax solo, I dug this book.” —Andrew Gross, author of The One Man
“Rosen does it again! With gorgeous, authentic historical detail and starcrossed
lovers you can't help but root for, Windy City Blues is an uptempo song of love,
music and the civil rights movement.” —Stephanie Dray, New York Times
bestselling coauthor of America's First Daughter “Rosen captures the birth of
Chicago blues from its shabby inception to its raucous success. She gives us a
world of blacks ...

Lily Of The Nile

Author: Stephanie Dray
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101478322
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The extraordinary daughter of Cleopatra and Mark Anthony seeks to reclaim her birthright in the first novel of an epic historical fiction trilogy from the New York Times bestselling author of America's First Daughter.

Author: Jerome David Salinger
ISBN: 9786119007604
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America S First River

Author: Thomas S. Wermuth
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780615308296
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When the novel opens, he describes the city as beginning "a short distance
above Duane street" with "a mile and a half of open fields" between the town and
"Greenwich, as the little hamlet around the State prison was called" (AA, p. ...
When his sister Grace becomes seriously ill, Miles sends Neb, his black slave,
across the river to summon Dr. Samuel Bard, who lived at Hyde Park; and in a
letter to Moses Marble, his first mate, he includes a list of New York physicians,
among them ...

Lives Of The Novelists

Author: John Sutherland
Publisher: Profile Books
ISBN: 184765343X
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... in America were anaemic. Kennedy Onassis resigned from Viking shortly after.
Archer's next novel, Kane and Abel (1980), was a more ambitious work,
chronicling the feuds of two future magnates born on the same day in 1906:
William Kane, a blue-blooded Boston banker, and Abel Rosnovski, a self-made
Polish immigrant to America. It spawned an equally successful sequel, The
Prodigal Daughter (1982), in which Rosnovksi's daughter becomes America's
first woman President.