Fb2 Canadian Crusoes (A Tale of The Rice Lake Plains) ePub
by Catherine Parr Traill
|Author:||Catherine Parr Traill|
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An older sister of Susanna Moodie, Traill began writing children's books in 1818, after the death of her father. Her early work, such as Disobedience, or Mind What Mama Says (1819), and "Happy Because Good", were written for children, and often dwell on the benefits of obedience to one's parents. A prolific author, until her marriage she averaged one book per year.
A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains. Pierre and Duncan were admirably suited to be friends and neighbours. The steady perseverance of the Scot helped to temper the volatile temperament of the Frenchman
A Tale of the Rice Lake Plains. By. Catherine Parr Traill. The steady perseverance of the Scot helped to temper the volatile temperament of the Frenchman. They generally contrived to compass the same end by different means, as two streams descending from opposite hills will meet in one broad river in the same valley. Years passed on; the farm, carefully cultivated, began to yield its increase, and food and warm clothing were not wanted in the homesteads.
Catharine Parr Traill’s extremely popular narrative about children lost in the backwoods,Canadian Crusoes. In October 1850, when Catharine Parr Traill (1802-99) wrote the dedication for the novel she had entitledCanadian Crusoes, she put the final touch to the narrative about children lost in the backwoods on which she had been working for more than three years. From Oaklands, a farm on the south shore of Rice Lake, in what was then Canada West, she sent the manuscript off to her sisters in England. Almost two years later,Canadian Crusoes. A Tale of the Rice Lake Plainswas published in London.
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by Catherine Parr Strickland Traill, Ed. By Agnes Strickland. Sketches Of Canadian Life, Lay And Ecclesiastical: Illustrative Of Canada And The Canadian Church. Canada And The Canadians.