The Missing Bride

      The Missing Bride
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Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte aka E.D.E.N Southworth was an American writer ofthan 60 novels in the latter part of the 19th century She was probably the most widely read author of that era.Some of her earliest works appeared in The National Era, the newspaper that printed Uncle Tom s Cabin Like her friend Harriet Beecher Stowe, she was a supporter of social change and women s rights Her first novel, Retribution, a serial for the National Era, published in book form in 1846, was so well received that she gave up teaching and became a regular contributor to various periodicals, especially the New York Ledger Her best known work was The Hidden Hand Most of her novels deal with the Southern United States during the post American Civil War era.

      The Missing Bride
  • Paperback
  • 292 pages
  • The Missing Bride
  • E.D.E.N. Southworth
  • English
  • 05 April 2018
  • 1426477228

10 thoughts on “ The Missing Bride

  1. Allison Hawbaker says:

    I went into the story comparing it too much to some of the author s other works The Hidden Hand, and Ishmael or Self Raised It reads similar to The Hidden Hand but it didn t feel as expertly done as that wonderful story was.The beginning was confusing as there was a string of brides and it was very unclear who was going missing It was difficult to discern the main character as well as perspectives jumped a lot.But a quarter or halfway through the story the main characters...

  2. Zee*Libraries:TheFreeGymforYourBrain* says:

    Set during the revolutionary war initially, this tale could refer to several different women who are missing when they are estranged or rejected by family members because of their marriage choice, or experience other hardships as a result Some are minor characters It would be a creative discussion to identify all the women who could be the missing bride The story weaves in and out of the lives of many women, much sorrow and loss, little hope, and some redemption perhaps not too...

  3. Frank says:

    This is an entertaining book, written in the late 1800 s, about life in the early 1800 s The female leads are young and driven by society s norms The elders are fairly nasty and the young men are angelic Marriage, murder, and religion play significant rol...

  4. Joni Rupnow says:

    It was a bit thick with the Victoria goodiness of certain people but overall it was a good story.

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