Archiv der Kategorie: Stratton-Porter, Gene

Her Father’s Daughter

Her Father’s Daughter – Gene Stratton-Porter The energetic, joyous way that Linda Strong wins the heart of everyone in Lilac Valley will carry you in a spell of delight to the fairyland of Nature which Gene Stratton-Porter has truthfully pictured … Weiterlesen

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A Daughter of the Land

A Daughter of the Land – Gene Stratton-Porter Mrs. Porter’s stories are laid in Indiana, in the region of the Limberlost, a great swamp which has been „shorn, branded and tamed“ by oilmen and lumbermen, who have driven away the … Weiterlesen

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Michael O’Halloran

Michael O’Halloran – Gene Stratton-Porter Michael O’Halloran, nicknamed „Mickey“, is a sturdy, big-hearted fellow, an orphan who has remembered the admonitions of his mother and has made the best possible use of them. A most original little fellow he is, … Weiterlesen

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Laddie

Laddie – Gene Stratton-Porter A Tale of Indiana—a picture straight from life, showing the home circle of the Stantons and telling the love story of Laddie, the big brother of the Stanton family, and Pamela Pryor, an English girl. The … Weiterlesen

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The Harvester

The Harvester – Gene Stratton-Porter Mrs. Gene Stratton-Porter’s novel is an illustration of the harmony and intimacy which does rightly exist between a man and a forest. In ‚ The Harvester ‚ she has not only dramatized, but proved the … Weiterlesen

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A Girl fo the Limberlost

A Girl fo the Limberlost – Gene Stratton-Porter The scene is laid in the same country as that of “Freckles”, which appeared a few years before. A number of the characters in „Freckles“ are introduced here, and Elnora, the chief … Weiterlesen

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The Fire Bird

The Fire Bird – Gene Stratton-Porter In musical flow of rhythm and word this poem of early Indian life tells the tragedy of a beautiful maiden whose love for a chieftain led her into jealous revenge. This revenge was the … Weiterlesen

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Morning Face

Morning Face – Gene Stratton-Porter The keynote of joyousness is struck by the title „Morning Face,“ since the words represent the inspired idea of R. L. Stevenson in his verse, „If I have shown no morning face.“ About this idea … Weiterlesen

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Homing with the Birds

Homing with the Birds – Gene Stratton-Porter “Homing with the Birds” is a book in which one comes into intimate contact with one’s feathered friends, to the extent of feeling that they actually have personalities! This is doubtless because Mrs. … Weiterlesen

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Moths of the Limberlost

Moths of the Limberlost – Gene Stratton-Porter It is about this very bit of Indiana that Mrs. Porter has written her book,“Moths of the Limberlost,“ and it is the most unusual and interesting nature book ever imagined. It is a … Weiterlesen

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