2 edition of Leafy Rivers found in the catalog.
|Series||Library of Indiana classics|
|LC Classifications||PS3545.E8315 L43 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||310 p. :|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||2009291035|
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Leafy Rivers book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A young bride's journey to self-discovery in the 19th-century Midwest /5. Jessamyn West's feeling for people gives this book its appeal.
The date that frames it is Jthe day that Leafy Rivers is to have her first child in her mother's home. Leafy's struggle to give birth gives rise to recollection, of her courting by schoolmaster Reno Rivers, their journey from Blue Glass west Leafy Rivers book homestead, finding Simon Yanders (or being found by him), who gave.
Leafy changes from a lighthearted homesteader to a practical woman who drives a herd of pigs to Cincinnati to earn money to pay for her land. Leafy Rivers Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Books. American : Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine.
Dust Jacket Condition: Good+. 1st. Near fine hardcover in edge worn dust jacket. A novel set in the Ohio Territory in the early 's.
This is the story of a young bride, Leafy Rivers, racing against time to save a life and a marriage that may already be lost. Seller Inventory # Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Leafy Rivers book Leafy Rivers by Jessamyn West,Avon edition, Leafy Rivers ( edition) | Open LibraryAuthor: Jessamyn West.
"Always a good storyteller. In Leafy Rivers [West] assembles adventure, suspense, and meaningful confrontation with life, depth of character, and winsome style." —Los Angeles Times.
Los Angeles Times "Leafy Rivers is a must for fans of literary fiction, or classical American literature." —Midwest Book Review, April Midwest Book ReviewPages: Get this from a library. Leafy Rivers. [Jessamyn West] -- Set in the early 19th century in the Ohio Territory, this is the story of a farm family.
Leafy Rivers, whose first baby is on the way, recalls the past. Her recollections reveal the crisis in her. Jessamyn West's spirited novel set in the Ohio Territory in the early s is a handsomely paced adventure for lovers of period romance and suspense.
Leafy Rivers is a young bride caught up in emotions she does not altogether. In Leafy Rivers [West] assembles adventure, suspense, and meaningful confrontation with life, depth of character, and winsome style." --Los Angeles Times "Leafy Rivers is a must for fans of literary fiction, or classical American literature.".
Jessamyn West's spirited novel set in the Ohio Territory in the early s is a handsomely paced adventure for lovers of period romance and suspense.
Leafy Rivers is a young bride caught up in emotions she does not altogether understand and cannot q. Set in the early 19th century in the Ohio Territory, this is the story of a farm family.
Leafy Rivers, whose first baby is on the way, recalls the past. Her recollections reveal the crisis in her marriage, and the difficult birth alters the relationship between husband and wife. Jessamyn West's spirited novel--set in the Ohio Territory in the early s--is a handsomely paced adventure for lovers of period romance and suspense.
Leafy Rivers is a young bride caught up in emotions she does not altogether understand and cannot quite control/5. Leafy Rivers: A Novel. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good / Very Good. Item # New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, Stated First Edition. Signed by the author to William Safire on front free endpaper with inscription: "For William Safire, | With admiration, best | wishes and a warning to prepare | to read a better book, "The | Massacre at Fall Creek," | which follows.
leafy rivers. leafy rivers: a novel by jessamyn west. another book chosen for its cover. i love the graphics of this cover. true genius. apparently the book is of the adventure/suspense category. which i would not have surmised by the cover alone. the cover makes me think heart of darkness or the island of dr.
moreau. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, First edition. Hardcover. Autographed notecard laid in with original mailing envelope dated Feb 4,to Mrs Frank H Bennett. Dear Mrs Bennett / Thank you for taking the time to write me about Leafy Rivers. Not every one has like it, so I cherish particularly those who do.
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