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The Planter's Northern Bride

Hentz, Caroline Lee

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ISBN 10: 0807811319 / ISBN 13: 9780807811313
Published by University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1970
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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A Very Good or better copy in blue cloth. Light tanning at the top edge of the text block. The binding is sound, the text is clean, and there is little cover wear. Bookseller Inventory # 033358

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Title: The Planter's Northern Bride

Publisher: University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill

Publication Date: 1970

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Edition: Reprint Edition

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"It is unquestionably the most powerful and important, if not the most charming work that has yet flowed from her elegant pen; and though evidently founded upon the all absorbing subjects of slavery and abolitionism, the genius and skill of the fair author have developed new views of golden argument, and flung around the whole such a halo of pathos, interest, and beauty, as to render it every way worthy the author of 'Linda,' 'Marcus Warland,' 'Rena,' and the numerous other literary gems from the same author,"--American Courier. "We have seldom been more charmed by the perusal of a novel; and we desire to commend it to our readers in the strongest words of praise that our vocabulary affords. The incidents are well varied; the scenes beautifully described; and the interest admirably kept up. But the moral of the book is its highest merit. The 'Planter's Northern Bride' should be as welcome as the dove of peace to every fireside in the Union. It cannot be read without a moistening of the eyes, a softening of the heart, and a mitigation of sectional and most unchristian prejudices."--N. Y. Mirror. "The most delightful and remarkable book of the day."--Boston Traveler. "The characters are finely drawn, and well sustained, from the beginning to the end of the work."--Boston Morning Post. "Written with remarkable vigor, and contains many passages of real eloquence. We heartily commend it to general perusal."--Newark Eagle.

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