Ruth Hall A Domestic Tale of the Present Time

Ruth Hall A Domestic Tale of the Present Time

Language: English

Pages: 82

ISBN: 1515358003

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the restraints of decency, and come before the public stark naked, as it were — then their books are sure to possess character and value. Can you tell me anything about this Fanny Fern? If you meet her, I wish you would let her know how much I admire her. Hawthorne’s remarkable commentary reveals how much he understood the departure from conventional novels that Fern was making in writing Ruth Hall. Highly autobiographical, narratively structured in a series of short scenes, and opposing the

doll. I’ve been peeping into her bureau drawers to-day. What is the use of all those ruffles on her underclothes, I’d like to know? Who’s going to wash and iron them? Presents to her! Well, why don’t people make sensible presents, — a dozen of dish towels, some crash rollers, a ball of wick-yarn, or the like of that?” “O-o-oh d-e-a-r! there’s the carriage! Now, for one month to come, to say the least, I shall be made perfectly sick with their billing and cooing. I shouldn’t be surprised if Harry

dredging-boxes, mortars, pestles, and other culinary implements, with which the floor was strewn, in the vain attempt to propitiate the distracted infant. “I think I will spare the little dear to you a few minutes,” said Skiddy, with a ghastly attempt at a smile, “while I run over to the bakery to get a loaf for tea. Mrs. Skiddy has probably been unexpectedly detained, and Biddy is so afraid of her labor in her absence, that she has taken French leave. I shall be back soon,” said Skiddy, turning

dozen of them taken consecutively, would form a whole history of wrong, and suffering, and bitter sorrow. What a singular being she must be, if I have formed a correct opinion of her; what powers of endurance! What an elastic, strong, brave, loving, fiery, yet soft and winning nature! A bundle of contradictions! and how famously she has got on too! it is only a little more than a year since her first piece was published, and now her articles flood the whole country; I seldom take up an exchange,

very high value on your character; are particularly sensitive to reproach; cannot tolerate scolding, or being found fault with. You can be quite reserved, dignified, and even haughty. You are usually kind and affable, but are capable of strong feelings of resentment. You make few enemies by your manner of speaking and acting. You are uniform in the manifestation of your affections. You do not form attachments readily, or frequently; on the contrary, you are quite particular in the choice of your

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