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eBook Without a Home epub
  • ISBN: 1417937963
  • Author: Edward P. Roe
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (July 26, 2004)
  • Pages: 568 pages
  • ePUB size: 1285 kb
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Author: E. P. Roe. Posting Date: September 8, 2012 Release Date: April, 2004 First Posted: July 18, 2002. start of this project gutenberg ebook without a home . Produced by Charles Franks and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. E. Illustrated.

E. Just ten years ago I took my first hesitating and dubious steps toward authorship. My reception on the part of the public has been so much kinder than I expected, and the audience that has listened to my stories with each successive autumn has been so steadfast and loyal, that I can scarcely be blamed for entertaining a warm and growing regard for these unseen, unknown friends. Toward indifferent strangers we maintain a natural reticence, but as acquaintance ripens into friendship there is a mutual impulse toward an exchange of confidences

In 1874 he moved to Reverend Edward Payson Roe (1838-1888) was an American novelist born in Moodna, Orange County, New York. He studied at Williams College and at Auburn Theological Seminary.

In 1874 he moved to Reverend Edward Payson Roe (1838-1888) was an American novelist born in Moodna, Orange County, New York. In 1862 he became chaplain of the Second New York Cavalry, . and in 1864 chaplain of Hampton Hospital, in Virginia.

Edward Payson Roe (March 7, 1838 – July 19, 1888) was an American novelist, Presbyterian minister, horticulturist and historian. Edward Payson Roe was born in the village of Moodna, now part of New Windsor, New York

Edward Payson Roe (March 7, 1838 – July 19, 1888) was an American novelist, Presbyterian minister, horticulturist and historian. Edward Payson Roe was born in the village of Moodna, now part of New Windsor, New York. In 1866-74 he was pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at Highland Falls, New York

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Section 5. General Information About Project Gutenberg-tm electronic works. From Jest to Earnest. By Edward Payson Roe. Free. A Young Girl's Wooing. A Knight of the Nineteenth Century. Barriers Burned Away. Nature's Serial Story. Opening a Chestnut Burr.

Reverend Edward Payson Roe (1838-1888) was an American novelist born in Moodna, Orange County, New York. and in 1864 chaplain of Hampton Hospital in Virginia.

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It Was An Attractive Picture That Martin Jocelyn Looked Upon Through The Open Doorway Of His Parlor. His Lively Daughter Belle Had Invited Half A Score Of Her Schoolmates To Spend The Evening, And A Few Privileged Brothers Had Been Permitted To Come. His Lively Daughter Belle Had Invited Half A Score Of Her Schoolmates To Spend The Evening, And A Few Privileged Brothers Had Been Permitted To Come Also. The Young People Were Naturally Selecting Those Dances Which Had Some Of The Characteristics Of A Romp, For They Were At An Age When Motion Means Enjoyment.

By. Edward Payson Roe. . You can also read the full text online using our ereader. dently harbored a memory or a thought that did not accord with the scene or the occasion. Whatever it was it did not prevent him from enjoying to the utmost the pleasure he ever found in the presence of Mildred.

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Comments: (2)
Xellerlu
The historical info on the "shop girls" in 19th-century New York City was fascinating, and sad. So that was a plus to an excellent story with believable, interesting characters and a compelling plot. As always with the books I've read thus far by this author, the Christian message is less talked about than in most modern Christian fiction and yet is absolutely integral to the story and real enough to make me stop and think and talk to the Lord. The emotion of the Christian message in this story was strong and enjoyable to me. Some modern Christian novels I've read seem to have the Christianity just tacked on to a story that would have been the same without the Christianity. Roe's novels, and Susan Warner's, and George MacDonald's are all about Jesus Christ even when He is mentioned rather sparingly.
Malakelv
I'm a reader, not a reviewer, but I had to write SOMETHING because this was one of the best older books I've read.
Without a Home is the story of the trials and tragedies that follow a 19th century New York City family affected by the father's opium addiction. The frankness with which substance abuse is presented was surprising to me, given the era in which the book was written. Surprising also was the WAY it was presented. I didn't know that addiction was seen as a disease back then, and not just a moral weakness, as I had thought it was believed to be.
The author was a Presbyterian minister so the book has a decidedly Christian flavor, surprisingly not so much in a preachy way, but because the faith of the heroine is an integral part of the story.
This has been a really good read in so many ways, and (to me, at least) a shining example of America's rich literary heritage. I'll be mentally chewing on this story for a long time!
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