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Book Description Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 254 x 203 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. The Wide, Wide World is an 1850 novel by Susan Warner, published under the pseudonym Elizabeth Wetherell. It is often acclaimed as America s first bestseller.The Wide, Wide World is a work of sentimentalism based on the life of young Ellen Montgomery. The story begins with Ellenís happy life being disrupted by the fact that her mother is very ill and her father must take her to Europe, requiring Ellen to leave home to live with an almost-unknown aunt. Though Ellen tries to act strong for her motherís sake, she is devastated and can find solace in nothing.Eventually the day comes when Ellen must say goodbye to her mother and travel in the company of strangers to her auntís home. Unfortunately these strangers are unkind to Ellen and she tries to leave the boat on which they are traveling. An old man sees Ellen crying and tells her to trust in God. He teaches her about being a Christian, as her mother had done, and asks her if she is ready to give her heart to Jesus. After talking with the man, Ellen becomes determined to become a true Christian, which gives her strength for the rest of the journey to her auntís place in Thirwall.On Ellenís first night in Thirwall, she learns that her father forgot to inform her aunt that she was coming, so a Mr. Van Brunt escorts her to her aunt s home. This aunt, Fortune Emerson, proves to be quite different from Ellen s loving mother: she treats Ellen unkindly and refuses to let her attend school. Ellen hates living with Fortune and comes to find comfort in the society of Mr. Van Brunt and other neighbors as she becomes more familiar with her new surroundings.One day, discovering that her aunt withheld a letter from Mrs. Montgomery, Ellen runs crying into the woods. There she meets Alice Humphreys, the daughter of a local minister. Alice is kind to Ellen and invites her to tea the next day, to give Ellen a chance to tell her troubles; maybe Alice would be able to help. The girls become fast friends and Alice adopts Ellen as a sister, offering to educate her and guide her spiritually, teaching her to forgive others and trust in the Lord.Alice and her brother John, who is away at school much of the time, treat Ellen like family, even inviting her to spend Christmas in the nearby town of Ventnor with them and their friends, the Marshmans. While there, Ellen meets another Ellen, Ellen Chauncey. She also gets better acquainted with John Humphreys, who comforts her many times after the other children tease her. Ellen comes to realize that if she hadn t needed to be separated from her mother, she might never have met Alice and John.About a year later, one day when Ellen visits town, she overhears from some ladies conversation that her mother has died. Devastated, she turns to Alice and her Bible for comfort. She stays with Alice and John until Aunt Fortune becomes ill and Ellen must look after her. Eventually Aunt Fortune recovers and Ellen returns to Alice and her other friends.After Mr. Van Bruntís mother dies, he decides to marry Aunt Fortune; soon after, Alice tells Ellen that she is very ill and will soon be going home to Heaven; Ellen is not to grieve for her but to trust in God. She also invites Ellen to take her place in the Humphreys household. Ellen immediately moves in and begins by nursing Alice through her final weeks. After Alice dies, Ellen turns to John for guidance. He takes over as her tutor, spiritual advisor, and guiding light. By the time a Humphreys relative dies in England and John must travel overseas to handle the family s business, Ellen (though sad to see him go) is a stronger person.Frederick Dielman (25 December 1847 Ė August 25, 1935) was a German-American portrait and figure painter.Susan Bogert Warner (July 11, 1819 Ė March 17, 1885), was an American evangelical writer of religious fiction, children s fiction, and theological works. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781535367004

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Book Description Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 254 x 203 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The Wide, Wide World is an 1850 novel by Susan Warner, published under the pseudonym Elizabeth Wetherell. It is often acclaimed as America s first bestseller.The Wide, Wide World is a work of sentimentalism based on the life of young Ellen Montgomery. The story begins with Ellenís happy life being disrupted by the fact that her mother is very ill and her father must take her to Europe, requiring Ellen to leave home to live with an almost-unknown aunt. Though Ellen tries to act strong for her motherís sake, she is devastated and can find solace in nothing.Eventually the day comes when Ellen must say goodbye to her mother and travel in the company of strangers to her auntís home. Unfortunately these strangers are unkind to Ellen and she tries to leave the boat on which they are traveling. An old man sees Ellen crying and tells her to trust in God. He teaches her about being a Christian, as her mother had done, and asks her if she is ready to give her heart to Jesus. After talking with the man, Ellen becomes determined to become a true Christian, which gives her strength for the rest of the journey to her auntís place in Thirwall.On Ellenís first night in Thirwall, she learns that her father forgot to inform her aunt that she was coming, so a Mr. Van Brunt escorts her to her aunt s home. This aunt, Fortune Emerson, proves to be quite different from Ellen s loving mother: she treats Ellen unkindly and refuses to let her attend school. Ellen hates living with Fortune and comes to find comfort in the society of Mr. Van Brunt and other neighbors as she becomes more familiar with her new surroundings.One day, discovering that her aunt withheld a letter from Mrs. Montgomery, Ellen runs crying into the woods. There she meets Alice Humphreys, the daughter of a local minister. Alice is kind to Ellen and invites her to tea the next day, to give Ellen a chance to tell her troubles; maybe Alice would be able to help. The girls become fast friends and Alice adopts Ellen as a sister, offering to educate her and guide her spiritually, teaching her to forgive others and trust in the Lord.Alice and her brother John, who is away at school much of the time, treat Ellen like family, even inviting her to spend Christmas in the nearby town of Ventnor with them and their friends, the Marshmans. While there, Ellen meets another Ellen, Ellen Chauncey. She also gets better acquainted with John Humphreys, who comforts her many times after the other children tease her. Ellen comes to realize that if she hadn t needed to be separated from her mother, she might never have met Alice and John.About a year later, one day when Ellen visits town, she overhears from some ladies conversation that her mother has died. Devastated, she turns to Alice and her Bible for comfort. She stays with Alice and John until Aunt Fortune becomes ill and Ellen must look after her. Eventually Aunt Fortune recovers and Ellen returns to Alice and her other friends.After Mr. Van Bruntís mother dies, he decides to marry Aunt Fortune; soon after, Alice tells Ellen that she is very ill and will soon be going home to Heaven; Ellen is not to grieve for her but to trust in God. She also invites Ellen to take her place in the Humphreys household. Ellen immediately moves in and begins by nursing Alice through her final weeks. After Alice dies, Ellen turns to John for guidance. He takes over as her tutor, spiritual advisor, and guiding light. By the time a Humphreys relative dies in England and John must travel overseas to handle the family s business, Ellen (though sad to see him go) is a stronger person.Frederick Dielman (25 December 1847 Ė August 25, 1935) was a German-American portrait and figure painter.Susan Bogert Warner (July 11, 1819 Ė March 17, 1885), was an American evangelical writer of religious fiction, children s fiction, and theological works. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781535367004

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