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Title : Fern Leaves from Fanny's Port-Folio, Volume 1
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ISBN : 9781149005422
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 426 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Fern Leaves from Fanny's Port-Folio, Volume 1 Reviews

  • Nanette
    2019-03-29 15:21

    So Fanny got 5 stars from me specifically because she did it! Yes! She wrote a book. The history of this book is more fascinating than the writing itself and without that history, the value of the content is misunderstood. As a collection of her newspaper columns, this book is the work of someone who overcame the odds. Fanny was the highest newspaper writer in history and made a mark in the world as a female author. As a widow, divorcee and single mom w/o any family assistance and a society against against her, she began writing anonymously and eventually under a pseudonym which name she ultimately owned and christened herself as if in a rebirth. Much of the "leaves" of her book are sermonizing on subjects close to her heart and most autobiographical. There is beautiful prose and poetry and much wisdom and satire. This is a treasure of a book and one I'm grateful to have discovered. I'm a Fanny Fern fan. ;)