The Pearl Of Orr's Island
A Story Of The Coast Of MaineBook - 2001
The rural tranquillity of the lonely, pine-girthed shores of the Maine coast is the setting for this beautiful novel of conflicting aspirations written by one of the most prolific and influential writers in American history. Here is the heartwarming story of a young girl's struggle to belong and fit in, in the face of adversity, and of her upbringing among strong women, grumpy fishermen, annoying gossips, sea captains, and the dreamlike, temptestuous landscape of Orr's Island. THE PEARL OF ORR'S ISLAND is one of the forgotten -- but not lost -- masterpieces of American literature. It reflects Harriet Beecher Stowe's awareness of the complexity of small-town society, her commitment to realism, and her fluency in the local language.
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 2001
Edition: 1st Houghton Mifflin Paperback ed
Branch Call Number: F
Characteristics: xviii, 407 pages ;,21 cm