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by Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Fiction
Author: Thomas Bailey Aldrich
ISBN: 0554311178
ISBN13: 978-0554311173
Language: English
Publisher: BiblioLife (August 18, 2008)
Pages: 140
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Marjorie Daw" is a short story by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. One of Aldrich's first short stories, it was first published in 1869 (in book form in 1873, in Marjorie Daw and Other People)

Marjorie Daw" is a short story by Thomas Bailey Aldrich. One of Aldrich's first short stories, it was first published in 1869 (in book form in 1873, in Marjorie Daw and Other People). The story, which is written entirely as a series of letters between two friends, concerns the invention of an imaginary young woman, Marjorie Daw, by one correspondent, intended as a harmless diversion

A native of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Thomas Bailey Aldrich lived during a time of great change in American literature

A native of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Thomas Bailey Aldrich lived during a time of great change in American literature. His best short stories, particularly those collected in Marjorie Daw and Other Stories (1873) and Two Bites at a Cherry, with Other Tales (1894), show his use of regional local color, but his romantic plots rely on humor rather than realism for their appeal. Aldrich's first novel, The Story of a Bad Boy (1870), was unique in its depiction not of a "bad boy" but of a "natural boy," a type that anticipated Mark Twain's Tom Sawyer.

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He was also known for his l book The Story of a Bad Boy, which established the "bad boy's book" subgenre in nineteenth-century American literature, and for his poetry, which included "The Unguarded Gates".

A native of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Thomas Bailey Aldrich lived during a time of great change in American literature

A native of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Thomas Bailey Aldrich lived during a time of great change in American literature.

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Majorie Daw was our first selection. We could not have made a better choice! Penned with witty turns of phrase and a brisk pace, my daughter was enthralled from beginning to end and gained an appreciation of the fine art of the short story telling. A great read for young to old alike.

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Marjorie Daw and Other People His first published works, the sentimental "Ballad of Babie Bell" and The Bells (1855), a volume of verse, brought him immediate fame.

Marjorie Daw and Other People. Часто встречающиеся слова и выражения. A native of Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Thomas Bailey Aldrich lived during a time of great change in American literature. His first published works, the sentimental "Ballad of Babie Bell" and The Bells (1855), a volume of verse, brought him immediate fame. He then devoted himself to literature.

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Comments to eBook Majorie Daw and other Short Works
Hi_Jacker
I had to read the entire book more than three times to understand how it has been set, after that I had no problem using it.
Akinonris
Fun little short story, told entirely through letters between two 20-something (male) friends. One is laid up with a broken foot and the other tries to cheer him up. Nice plot, although I guessed the ending because it was similar to another book I read recently.
Halloween
I homeschool my eleven year old daughter and this winter we began a unit of classic short stories. Majorie Daw was our first selection. We could not have made a better choice! Penned with witty turns of phrase and a brisk pace, my daughter was enthralled from beginning to end and gained an appreciation of the fine art of the short story telling. A great read for young to old alike. A must!
IGOT
A good book that's an easy read, with a very surprising twist at the end that made me really smile.
Winasana
I love these old stories. They are so well written and deserve to be rediscovered. I can not believe it was free.
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