Rose in Bloom

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-06-13
  • Publisher: Dover Publications

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Readers of Eight Cousins, rejoice — Rose Campbell is back in town! It's been two years since she left Boston for a trip abroad with Uncle Alex and her companion, Phebe. She's all grown up now, and the beautiful, warm-hearted young heiress is quite the matrimonial catch. Her family expects her to marry right away, but Rose has learned a great deal while she was away and wants to establish her independence before settling down.
The boys of the Campbell clan have grown up, too: Archie, the eldest; Charlie, the most talented and handsome of the lot; bookish Mac; Steve, the dandy; brothers Will and Geordie; and playful Jamie. Rose has a special relationship with each of them, but whether their rapport can blossom into true love remains to be seen. This sweetly nostalgic coming-of-age story by the author of Little Women offers a charming blend of romance, seriousness, and humor.

Author Biography

Best known as the author of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott (1832–1888) grew up in a community of New England transcendentalists that included Thoreau and Emerson. Because her learned but impractical father was a poor provider, she supported her family by writing stories for magazines while she was still a teenager. Alcott worked in Washington, D.C. during the Civil War as a nurse, recording her experiences in Hospital Sketches, and her many novels are particularly noteworthy for their portraits of strong, self-reliant heroines.

Table of Contents

1     Coming Home
2     Old Friends with New Faces
3     Miss Campbell
4     Thorns Among the Roses
5     Prince Charming
6     Polishing Mac
7     Phebe
8     Breakers Ahead
9     New Year's Calls
10   The Sad and Sober Part
11   Small Temptations
12   At Kitty's Ball
13   Both Sides
14   Aunt Clara's Plan
15   Alas for Charlie!
16   Good Works
17   Among the Haycocks
18   Which Was It?
19   Behind the Fountain
20   What Mac Did
21   How Phebe Earned Her Welcome
22   Short and Sweet

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