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Antoinette de Mirecourt or Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing (Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts) ePub download

by Rosanna Leprohon,John C. Stockdale

  • Author: Rosanna Leprohon,John C. Stockdale
  • ISBN: 0886290910
  • ISBN13: 978-0886290917
  • ePub: 1381 kb | FB2: 1852 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Carleton University Press; Reprinted edition (December 15, 1989)
  • Pages: 332
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Antoinette de Mirecourt or Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing (Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts) ePub download

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Rosanna Leprohon was born in Montreal, Quebec, in 1829. In 1851, she married Dr. Jean-Lukin Leprohon and moved to Saint Charles on the Richilieu River

Rosanna Leprohon was born in Montreal, Quebec, in 1829. She attended the Convent of the Congregation, at that time the best school for young women in the city. Jean-Lukin Leprohon and moved to Saint Charles on the Richilieu River. In the subsequent two decades she bore thirteen children, five of whom died in infancy. Her second Canadian novel, "Antoinette de Mirecourt; or, "Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing (1864), the finest novel of the nineteenth century to deal with English-French relations in Canada, was followed by "Armand Durand; or, "A Promise Fulfilled (1868). Rosanna Leprohon died in Montreal, Quebec, in 1879.

A Canadian Tale,the novel written by Rosanna Eleanor Mullins Leprohon (1829-79) and published by John Lovell in Montreal in 1864.

Antoinette De Mirecourt; book. John Reade concluded that "Mrs

Antoinette De Mirecourt; book. I thoroughly enjoyed this tale of 'secret marrying and secret sorrowing' set in Quebec in the late 1700's. This tale is more than just a story of romance but also a tale of relations between the French and English at this time; England had just won the struggle between the 2 countries over sovereignty of Canada. John Reade concluded that "Mrs. Leprohon was much more than either a poet or a novelist - she was also, in the highest sense, a woman, a lady". Books by Rosanna Eleanor Leprohon.

English A moral exemplum about courtship and marriage, this "essentially Canadian" tale, which takes place in the 1760s, reflects its author's profound and sometimes disturbing.

By (author) Rosanna Leprohon, By (author) John C. Stockdale. A moral exemplum about courtship and marriage, this "essentially Canadian" tale, which takes place in the 1760s, reflects its author's profound and sometimes disturbing knowledge of the bicultural and bilingual society in which she lived. Format Hardback 336 pages.

Published December 15, 1989 by Carleton Univ Pr. Written in English. There's no description for this book yet.

Antoinette De Mirecourt Or Secret Marrying And Secret Sorrowing (Centr. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. by Stockdale Leprohon. Published December 15, 1989 by Carleton Univ Pr.

Leprohon continued to write of French Canada in her next two novels, Antoinette de Mirecourt or, Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing, and Armand Durand or, A Promise Fulfilled, which were published by Lovell i. .

Leprohon continued to write of French Canada in her next two novels, Antoinette de Mirecourt or, Secret Marrying and Secret Sorrowing, and Armand Durand or, A Promise Fulfilled, which were published by Lovell in 1864 and 1868. While Leprohon's earlier works have non-Canadian settings, these novels are set in Quebec and effectively depict Québécois history and culture.

To the intense distress of her family, Antoinette de Mirecourt falls in love with an English officer, and the love .

To the intense distress of her family, Antoinette de Mirecourt falls in love with an English officer, and the love affair becomes an inescapable mirror of th.

First published in 1864, Antoinette de Mirecourt is an evocative romance of manners and morals. About the Author Rosanna Leprohon was born in Montreal, Quebec, in 1829. When she was seventeen, her first poems appeared in The Literary Garland (Montreal), where, over the next five years, she published an additional sixteen poems, one story, and five serialized novels, all set in England.

Results from Google Books. First published in 1864,Antoinette de Mirecourtis an evocative romance of manners and morals. To the intense distress of her family, Antoinette de Mirecourt falls in love with an English officer, and the love affair becomes an inescapable mirror of the tensions between French and English as they struggle towards amicable co-existence. Set primarily in Montreal, the novel provides an unmatched portrait of Quebec in the late eighteenth century.

A moral exemplum about courtship and marriage, this "essentially Canadian" tale, which takes place in the 1760s, reflects its author's profound and sometimes disturbing knowledge of the bicultural and bilingual society in which she lived.