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Being Mrs. Alcott

Being Mrs. Alcott

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by Nancy Geary

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- Being Mrs. Alcott, an ambitious mainstream novel that beautifully captures the manners and mores of the American upper class, will appeal to the same audience who reads the works of Louis Begley and Susan Minot. - Nancy Geary's previous novels, Regrets Only, Redemption, and Misfortune were all published to rave reviews from notable authors and national

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Being Mrs. Alcott 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was wonderful, I didn't want it to end. I enjoyed Nancy Geary's style, I'm in the process of reading her other books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It does show you that the world goes on with or without you.What a sweet story.l've been going through my library intending to share how many pages are in a book in hopes that some will do the same with some of their books.This is going to be harder than I thought!!Rather than purchasing any new books,I've come across some that I would like to read again.I would never think I would've done that in gillion years.Very rarely will I watch a movie twice!!So if any of you folks might enter the#of pages for a book that would be fantastical. GRANNY B.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Being Mrs. Alcott is written with humor, wit and poetry, the story of a woman grasping for meaning in the framework of a life she didnt plan for. the story is riveting,full of small moments of joy and small moments of pain, as in life, woven together by the daily drama of the family life in high society.