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letter twenty-eight to rahel: do brennt dr baum

my dearest fräulein hydrabert,

great news. for once i don’t have to just say it’ll be a short entry, nay, it actually will. can i get a collective woop woop, everyone? 494 more words


A Little Princess

-Frances Hodgson Burnett-

Sara Crewe has lived with her father in India all of her short life, but now she has to go to a boarding school in England. 442 more words

Book Reviews

Day 985: That Lass o'Lowrie's

That Lass o’Lowrie’s is Frances Hodgson Burnett’s first novel, written in the style of Realism. It is set in a Lancashire mining town and features a lot of Northern dialect. 327 more words


letter twenty-five to gioia: the leaves they are a changin'

my dearest,

your american/canadian adventures have come to an end and it must feel very strange not to be traveling anymore. strange, but maybe (hopefully) in a nice way? 423 more words


The Secret Garden [A Book Review]

Heart-warming, soul turning, emotional healing blended in the midst of an alluring moor and a beautiful garden.

I felt like my heart went through a healing process reading about Mary and Collin’ s journey to peace and happiness. 319 more words


letter twenty-seven to rahel: zupfstube and kaachbe

hello. it’s me. i was wondering whether it might be time for another letter. and it clearly is. as of now, i have been awake for about 36 hours (i wrote 36 days first, which should be a splendid indicator of my mental state). 1,478 more words


Book Review of a Classic: The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Publisher: HarperPerennial Classics (March 20, 2012)

  • Publication Date: March 20, 2012
  • Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers…
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