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Delaware Or The Ruined Family Vol. II

George Payne Rainsford James

"Delaware; Or, The Ruined Family Vol. II" by means of George Payne Rainsford James is a gripping narrative that unfolds the story of an own family facing downfall. Set inside the early 19th century, the tale revolves around the Delaware own family and their struggles against societal expectancies, financial challenges, and personal conflicts. As the name suggests, the family reviews break and upheaval, with the narrative delving into the complexities of human relationships and the outcomes of societal pressures. George Payne Rainsford James, known for his ancient novels, weaves a compelling tale that combines elements of drama, romance, and social remark. Against the backdrop of societal norms and familial expectations, the characters in "Delaware" navigate thru a chain of challenges that check their resilience and relationships. James's narrative fashion captures the essence of the time, supplying readers with a window into the socio-cultural milieu of the nineteenth century. "Delaware; Or, The Ruined Family Vol. II" stands as a testament to James's storytelling prowess, inviting readers to discover the intricacies of human experience in the context of a family's upward thrust and fall.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 138
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.32in - 0.40lb
  • EAN: 9789361157356
  • Categories: Historical - General

About the Author

James, George Payne Rainsford: - George Payne Rainsford James was an English novelist and historical writer born in London to a physician father. For many years, he served as British Consul in several locations around the United States and Europe. During William IV's latter years in office, he received the honorary title of British Historiographer Royal. George Payne Rainsford James was born on St George Street in Hanover Square, London, in 1799. His father was a physician who had previously served in the navy and was in America during the Revolutionary War, fighting alongside Benedict Arnold in the Battle of Groton Heights. Richelieu: A Tale of France, his first and most well-known novel, was written in 1825 but not published until 1829. After reading Richelieu, which a friend had given him, and getting a letter from James, Walter Scott persuaded him to pursue a career in literature. He was also encouraged by Washington Irving. In 1828, he married Frances Thomas, daughter of Honoratus Leigh Thomas, a prominent physician. Following their marriage, they resided in France, Italy, and Scotland. They have two children. His widow died in Wisconsin in 1891, 31 years after he did.