2 edition of Rose O" the River found in the catalog.
Rose O" the River
Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin
October 2002 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
Cradled in the heart of a great mountain-range, it pursued its gleaming way, here lying silent in glassy lakes, there rushing into tinkling little Rose O the River book, foaming great falls, and thundering cataracts. And yes, they lived in a shanty town I feel awful for giving a book such a low grade I don't think I've done that before but to be honest, that is how I felt when I finished this story. Nunc hendrerit tortor vitae est placerat ut varius erat posuere. So, on one bank of the river grew the brier rose, a fragile thing,swaying on a slender stalk and looking at its pretty reflection in thewater; and on the other a sturdy pine tree, well rooted against wind andstorm. In his heart of hearts he felt that Rose was not wholly his, that she reserved, withheld something; and it was the subjugation of this rebellious province that he sought. The river lapped the shores of peaceful meadows; it flowed along banks green with maple, beech, sycamore, and birch; it fell tempestuously over dams and fought its way between rocky cliffs crowned with stately firs.
Boring boring boring Donec in tortor in lectus iaculis vulputate. Then there was the bit of sunny beach, where Stephen moored his boat. Wiley, "but if she needed punishment I guess she's got it bein' comp'ny-keeper to Wealthy Ann Brooks. Wiley's withering retort. She was constantly changing her mind, changing her thoughts, changing her wants and desires to the point that it was hard for me, the reader, to identify with her. He and Rose had agreed to wait a year for their marriage, in which time Rose's cousin would finish school and be ready to live with the old people; meanwhile Stephen had learned that his maiden aunt would be glad to come and keep house for Rufus.
Let's start off with the good parts: -The premise. Its voice stole in upon his ear witha melody far sweeter and more subtle than the boom of the ocean. Yet it was not without strength, and when it was swollen with the freshets Rose O the River book the spring and brimming with the bounty of its sister streams, it could dash and roar, boom and crash, with the best of them. Shewas a dutiful granddaughter to two of the most irritating old people inthe county; she never patronized her pug-nosed, pasty-faced girlfriends; she made wonderful pies and doughnuts; and besides, smallsouls, if they are of the right sort, sometimes have a way of growing,to the discomfiture of cynics and the gratification of the angels. Nothing but the direst extremity could have caused him to allow an alien step on that sacred threshold.
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Integer elementum tempor libero sit amet iaculis. I liked that both she Rose O the River book Clint jointly inherited the riverboat from a cousin four times removed, I liked that Jeanne was the Captain and was able to pilot it from her childhood on her parents riverboat.
Wiley opened the door under the sink, and from beneath a huge iron pot drew a round tray loaded with a glass pitcher and half a dozen tumblers, which he placed carefully on the kitchen table.
All such Rose O the River book visions had been sternly banished during this sorrowful summer, and it was a thoughtful, sober Stephen who drove along the road on this mellow August morning. And the sturdy pine yearned for the wild rose; and the rose, sofar as it knew, yearned for nothing at all, certainly not for ruggedpine trees standing tall and grim in rocky soil.
Wiley grimly, "but I'll try to sanctify the money by usin' it for a new wash-boiler. The woundingwas, on the whole, very innocently done; and if fault could be imputedanywhere, it might rightly have been laid at the door of the kind powerswho had made her Rose O the River book she was, since the smile that blesses a singleheart is always destined to break many more.
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And the river, now deep, now shallow, now smooth, now tumultuous, nowsparkling in sunshine, now gloomy under clouds, rolled on to theengulfing sea.
She seemed paler and thinner, he thought,--the result; probably, of her metropolitan gayeties. Stephen had placed it well back from the road, leaving space in front for what was to be a most wonderful arrangement of flower-beds, yet keeping a strip at the back, on the river-brink, for a small vegetable garden.
Her lovely little person was a trifle belowmedium height, and it might as well be confessed that her soul, on themorning when Stephen Waterman saw her hanging out the clothes on theriver bank, was not large enough to be at all out of proportion; butwhen eyes and dimples, lips and cheeks, enslave the onlooker, the soulis seldom subjected to a close or critical scrutiny.
There was a man in Gard'ner"-- But alas! There was an open back door to this kitchen, a door framed in morning-glories, and the woman or was she only girl? I was turrible wild an' hot-headed myself afore you ketched me an' tamed me down.
Stephen stood on the side porch, drinking in the glory of the sunrise, with the Saco winding like a silver ribbon through the sweet loveliness of the summer landscape. The road commissioner'll come along once a year and mend the bridge under our feet, but Old Kennebec'll talk straight on till the day o' jedgment.
I clean forgot that saleratus, and mother's settin' at the kitchen table with the bowl in her lap, waitin' for it! They say Rufus's doctor's bills here, and the operation and hospital expenses in Portland, will mount up to five hundred dollars.
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The text begins: The autumn days flew past like shuttles in a loom.
The river reflected the yellow foliage of the white birch and the scarlet of the maples. The wayside was bright with goldenrod, Rose O the River book the red tassels of the sumac, with the purple frost-flower and feathery clematis.
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