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The Deliverance A Romance Of The Virginia Tobacco Fields

Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow

"The Deliverance" by using Ellen Anderson Gholson. Glasgow is a captivating work of Southern literature that explores the intricacies of human relationships and society requirements. Set in the Submit-Civil War South, the story follows its protagonists as they face the hardships of Reconstruction and the changing social scene. The tale facilities at the protagonist, John Randolph, and his direction of self-distxtery. As he offers with personal issues and cultural expectancies, the tale delves into topics of identification, love, and the impact of historic occasions on character lives. Glasgow's exquisite writing captures the complexities of Southern culture, depicting circle of relative's interactions and the warfare between tradition and progress. The people' problems and achievements are woven into a complicated tapestry that gives readers a clean photograph of the Southern revel in at some stage in a watershed moment in American records. "The Deliverance" exemplifies Glasgow's innovative prowess, offering readers an idea-frightening evaluation of human nature and the in no way-ending desire for private independence and delight.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 338
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.76in - 0.95lb
  • EAN: 9789361159855
  • Categories: Historical - GeneralPsychological

About the Author

Glasgow, Ellen Anderson Gholson: - Anderson is a former Minnesota Senate member who represented District 66, which included the northern portion of Saint Paul as well as the entire city of Falcon Heights in Ramsey County, which is part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. She was originally elected as a Democrat in 1992 and has since been re-elected in 1996, 2000, 2002, 2006, and 2010. Anderson served on many Senate committees, including Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications, Finance, Higher Education, and Local Government and Elections. In December 2008, Senate Majority Leader Larry Pogemiller appointed her to the Minnesota Lessard Outdoor Heritage Council. Ellen Anderson Gholston Glasgow, an American novelist, earned the Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1942 for her novel in This Our Life. She authored 20 books and short tales to critical acclaim. A lifelong Virginian, Glasgow depicted the changing realities of the current South in a realistic manner, as opposed to the utopian escapism that defined Southern literature following Reconstruction. Born in Richmond, Virginia, on April 22, 1873, to Anne Jane Gholson (1831-1893) and her husband, Francis Thomas Glasgow, the young Glasgow evolved differently than other aristocratic women.