Queechy Part II Esprios Classics

Susan Bogert Warner (pen name, Elizabeth Wetherell; 1819-1885), was an American Presbyterian writer of religious fiction, children's fiction, and theological works.

Queechy   Part II  Esprios Classics

Queechy Part II Esprios Classics

Susan Bogert Warner (pen name, Elizabeth Wetherell; 1819-1885), was an American Presbyterian writer of religious fiction, children's fiction, and theological works. She is best remembered for The Wide, Wide World. Her other works include Queechy, The Hills of Shatemuck, Melbourne House, Daisy, Walks from Eden, House of Israel, What She Could, Opportunities, and House in Town. Warner and her sister, Anna, wrote a series of semi-religious novels which had extraordinary sale, including Say and Seal, Christmas Stocking, Books of Blessing, 8 vols., The Law and the Testimony. Early twentieth-century critics classified Warner's work as "sentimental" and thus lacking in literary value. In the later twentieth century, feminist critics rediscovered The Wide, Wide World, discussing it as a quintessential domestic novel and focusing on analyzing its portrayal of gender dynamics.

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