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[Reading The Inheritance] Ebook author Louisa May Alcott



10 thoughts on “The Inheritance

  1. says:

    Only a seventeen year old could write this book The fact that it is Louisa May Alcott only explains why a seventeen year old is writing books but that is as far as it goes because this is no “Little Women” Alcott scholars were so excited to find the manuscript of her first book “The Inheritance” during the summer of 1988 Up until t

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    Edith Adelon is comfortably provided for by her beloved friends the Hamiltons who though she was but a lowly Italian orphan when they discovered her have treated her with kindness and generosity than she could have ever hoped to claim from them The two young Hamiltons Amy and Arthur treat her as a beloved sist

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    In 1997 The Inheritance was made into a film and it's one of my favorites It's written by Louisa May Alcott who wrote Little WomenA 19th century woman Edith Adelon companion to a blue blooded New England girl Miss Amy Hamilton falls for an aristocrat James Percy but a jealous cousin to the family a Ida Glenshaw tries he

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    Throughly enjoyable This was my first Allcot and I was given it for Christmas by a wonderful friend and I am so glad she didThe hero who was so kind and loving and caring The heroine was sweet and the whole story was delightful The

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    I love all of the Little Women books so I was excited to read Louisa May Alcott's first novel The ONLY reason this book gets two stars is because it was written by a seventeen year old girlI have never liked Jane Austen and this was like the worst Jane Austen fanfic everEdith our heroine is the most beautiful perfect sweet gentle selfless ch

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    From IMDbAt the lush Evenswood estate in Concord Massachusetts Edith Adelon a beautiful orphan lives as the paid companion to the daughter of the wealthy Hamilton family although they regard her as one of their own Years ago Henry Hamilton save

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    It is a sweet lovely story written by seventeen year old girl Louisa May Alcott was a wise and observant writer from the beginning Her first novel isn't very subtle Mostly it is a love story and the story about how much a human needs another human to love It is rather easy to predict save one surprising event Nonetheless I have had a nice time like I was listening a pretty enjoyable melody The melody I was hearing for the first time alth

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    There are two of Louisa May Alcott's novels that were published posthumously much to the delight of her modern readers Both were released to the public in the 1990s ages after Louisa's death As I had read one of those novels last June during the LMA reading challenge A Long Fatal Love Chase I decided to read th

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    My friend Erin gave me this movie for Christmas when we were in high school At some point I learned it was a novel first and I've wanted to read it ever since Last spring I ran across a copy at a thrift store an

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    This was Alcott's first novel written when she was 17 Had I not known that I don't think I would have been able

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REVIEW æ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Louisa May Alcott

Here at last is the book 'Jo' wrote Generations of fans have longed to plumb that first romance hinted at so captivatingly on the pages of Little Women Alcott's autobiographical classic Now after nearly one hundred fifty years spent among archived family documents Louisa May Alcott's debut novel finally reaches its eager publicSet in an English country manor the s. Only a seventeen year old could write this book The fact that it is Louisa May Alcott only explains why a seventeen year old is writing books but that is as far as it goes because this is no Little Women Alcott scholars were so excited to find the manuscript of her first book The Inheritance during the summer of 1988 Up until then it had never been published There was a reason for that The heroine Edith Adelon is so sweet and good that she makes the Disney princesses look like brats Edith s tears makes Demi Moore s tears in Ghost seem like mere mist Edith s sweetness tames and conuers all living things around her including thieves haughty aunts and jealous and conniving cousins The hero Lord Percy is as idealistic as his heroine so at least they can live in La La Land together Honestly if one of my daughters came home and introduced me to a man who treasured away a sacred medallion that contained a faded flower from his mother and the portrait of his dead sister in law I would say Run away Run away Just to give a taste of a young idealistic author here is a uote from the climatic scene I m not giving anything away because you see it coming from page one Lady Edith said a low voice near her and she started for he stood before her with all his untold love shining in the earnest eyes that looked so tenderly upon her Forgive me that I dared to follow you but my heart bid me come and I am here to ask you if the love I have cherished long and silently can be returned I never thought to tell it but the sorrow my departure caused you woke a new hope in my heart and I could silence it no longer Do not think your newfound wealth and rank have tempted me for God knows I would most joyfully have won you when most poor and friendless for I had learned the priceless worth of a pure heart rich in woman s truest virtues and most holy faith But you had said you could not give your hand to one above you in rank and wealth and from the hour my love was hopeless but it never died Each day some new deed of tenderness and care some gentle look or word of yours made it stronger and heavy to be borne We now are euals in mere worldly riches Can you give your heart to one who so ill deserves the blessing you bestow and trust me with the precious gift that shall be held most sacred until death I can And with her tearful eyes turned trustingly to him Eidth laid her hand in his and pledged her love I can bring you nothing but a grateful heart whose constancy and deep affection can never pass away Take me poor and erring as I am and teach me to be worthy of the great happiness I have won It s no wonder that Alcott never married Who could live up to that

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For the kind and noble Lord Percy the only friend who can save her from the deceitful envious machinations of Lady IdaReminiscent of Jane Austen in its charms this chaste but stirringly passionate novel affirms the conuering power of both love and courtesy For the generations who grew up alongside Jo Meg Beth and Amy a rich literary inheritance is restored at las. It is a sweet lovely story written by seventeen year old girl Louisa May Alcott was a wise and observant writer from the beginning Her first novel isn t very subtle Mostly it is a love story and the story about how much a human needs another human to love It is rather easy to predict save one surprising event Nonetheless I have had a nice time like I was listening a pretty enjoyable melody The melody I was hearing for the first time although her familiarity have warmed my heart Perhaps this book simply touches our purest needs dreams and faith in a human being

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Tory follows the turbulent fortunes of Edith Adelon an impoverished Italian orphan whose loyalty and beauty win her the patronage of wealthy friends until a jealous rival contrives to rob her of her position In the locket around her neck she carries a deep secret about her natural birthright But an even greater truth lies hidden in Edith's heart her deep reverence. From IMDbAt the lush Evenswood estate in Concord Massachusetts Edith Adelon a beautiful orphan lives as the paid companion to the daughter of the wealthy Hamilton family although they regard her as one of their own Years ago Henry Hamilton saved Edith from an Italian orphanage at the reuest of his long deceased brother Now Edith is his daughter Amy s prized friend and confidante As the Hamiltons await a trio of visitors for the annual Greens Cup horse race Beatrice Hamilton asks for Edith s help in finding a suitable husband for a cousin Ida Glenshaw with one of two visiting eligible bachelors But when it becomes clear that both the young men have affection for Edith and not Ida jealousy soon develops leading to malicious conniving and brutal backstabbingA movie was made based on this book and it is available at YouTubeBelieved to be the author s first work written in 1849

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