Setting Archive : 1910s
(I try to break stuff down by place and time. Doesnt always work but there you go)
In the first winter of the Great War Martha Lessen rode into Elwha County. Dolly, the mare she rode, was […]
Posted on 22 July 2014 | By Fence | Leave a response
Read it online Imagine a world without men. A world where women are able to reproduce without men, where the […]
Posted on 10 September 2012 | By Fence | 1 response
Based on books by Arthur Conan Doyle I really enjoyed the first of these “reimaginings”, although I don’t think that […]
Posted on 20 December 2011 | By Fence
A memoir of a Southern Girlhood
In 1913 Harriette Simpson Arnow moved to Old Burnside, Kentucky, with her family. This is her recollections of life in the once bustling lumber town. She was only four years old at the time, and yet she still manages to recreate the town and people she knew back then. It is a small book, only 125 pages in the edition I read, but there is plenty going on.
Posted on 6 July 2011 | By Fence | 2 responses
ISBN: 9780141046969 ; Quotes Because I am an officer and a gentleman they have given me my notebooks, pen, ink […]
Posted on 19 January 2011 | By Fence | 8 responses
by Vera Caspary
It is Christmas, 1913 and Charlie Horst sees himself as the luckiest man in the world. He has a beautiful wife who completes his life. And this is to be their first Christmas together. Bedelia, whose whole life revolves around making her husband happy, has decorated their home lavishly for their Christmas party. But a new neighbour, Ben Chaney, begins to show an interest in Bedelia and her past. And then there is Charlie’s case of “severe indigestion”. Is there more to Bedelia than meets the eye? Could she possibly be “the wickedest woman who ever loved”?
Posted on 26 September 2010 | By Fence
ISBN: 0140050116 See also: The Stay at Home Bookworm ; Wikipedia Prologue She was standing in the middle of the […]
Posted on 21 April 2008 | By Fence | 4 responses
ISBN: 0812574923 Ned awoke with a start. The atmosphere in the darkened cabin was warm and close, smelling of lavender […]
Posted on 8 October 2007 | By Fence | 1 response
based on book by Frances Hodgson Burnett.
Sara Crewe lives a spoiled life in India with a devoted, doting father, until World War I intervenes, and he enlists, sending Sara off to boarding school in New York to keep her safe. There she must adjust, whereas before she had free rein to do as she pleased, now she must submit to rules and regulations that she doesn’t understand. And, most difficult for her, she must keep her imagination in check. But Sara isn’t a selfish, “poor little rich girl”, she is bright and kind, and soon makes friends with most of the other girls, from those in her class to the scullery maid. She is also the only one who can really get through to Lottie as they have both lost their mothers.
Posted on 29 July 2007 | By Fence | 4 responses
ISBN: 0571218016 See also: Three Monkey’s Interview ; Dublin’s One Book One City ; He was born in the dying […]
Posted on 19 July 2007 | By Fence
ISBN: 094796231x c1936 This book is an attempt to show the background of the struggle from 1916 to 1921 between […]