Works of Emily Sarah Holt

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xurofymy.tk/map5.php First, Schnorrenberg stated that Holt was born in , but that her date of death was uncertain; her last known published work was in It surprised me that the death of such a prolific writer should have apparently gone unnoticed. The essays are documented and show a wide knowledge of the sources. If so, these nineteenth-century girls were a sophisticated lot.

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The review must be at least 50 characters long. A Tale of the Crusades. Overall rating No ratings yet 0. She begins with Sophy-she is our eldest-then she goes to Fanny, then to Ha Her work has a Protestant religious theme. The link with the Gunpowder plot is rather weak, but worth reading if you enjoyed the first two books of the series.

Podsnap, who deplored anything that might bring a blush to the cheek of the Young Person. Holt has her limits, of course. And then Edward saw before him the face that he had so dearly loved, calm with the stillness of death. He flung himself on his knees by the severed head, clasped it to his bosom, poured kisses on the cold lips, and conducted himself almost like a man demented.

Even if the novels were intended for young girls, I suspect that they did find their way into the hands of adults, in part for the cattiness which the author often indulges in, as in this scene where Eleanor de Clare and Margaret de Clare meet at an inn: While there is certainly a didactic religious tone to her books, she was also telling a good and, so far as she could, historically accurate story.

It is probable that she influenced at least as many girls as did Charlotte Yonge, and she may also have inspired in many girls an interest in history. As my current WIP is partly about Constance, this was a useful link, and I was able to download a copy of the Memoirs right away. Always great to have new sources!

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Glad to be of help! I now have this image of all those blushing, giggling Victorian girls running to their brothers and whispering about this interesting scene they came across in a book. And the poor brothers would have to start at A: The anatomical differences between blushing, giggling Victorian girls and probably equally blushing if not giggling Victorian boys. Somebody wrote recently that second-hand copies of her books in good condition are in short supply because her readers, a hundred years ago and more, so much loved reading their copies that they "read them to bits".

This may be a bookseller's hype, but there must be a grain of truth in it. It may well also be true of all the authors we present on, or in conjunction with, the Athelstane website. We also provide a plain TEXT version and full instructions for using this to make your own audiobook. These transcriptions of books by various nineteenth century authors of instructive books for teenagers, were made during the period to the present day by Athelstane e-Books.

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Emily Sarah Holt (–) was an English novelist. She was born at Stubbylee, Bacup, Most of Holt's work can be classified as historical novels (52 are listed in the BML catalogue). Holt's work has a Protestant religious theme. Works of Emily Sarah Holt - Kindle edition by Emily Sarah Holt. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like.

Most of the books are concerned with the sea, but in any case all will give a good idea of life in the nineteenth century, and sometimes earlier than that. This of course includes attitudes prevalent at the time, but frowned upon nowadays.

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We used a Plustek OpticBook scanner to scan the pages. We then made a pdf which we used to assist with editing the OCRed text.

To make a text version we used ABBYY Finereader 8 to produce a first draft of the text, and Athelstane software to find misreads and improve the text. The last step enables us to hear and correct most of the errors that may have been missed by the other steps, as well as entertaining us during the work of transcription.

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The resulting text can be read either here at the Internet Archive or at www. The PDF version is constructed from dpi scans. The larger of the two TXT files is what you need to read the book using yBook.

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The smaller of the two TXT files contains full instructions for creating audiobooks. Uploaded by Nick Hodson on June 19, Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Ontario Department of Lands and Forests: Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Emily Sarah Holt, to Location Early seventeenth century; England.

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