by Augusta J. Evans
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St. Elmo (Large Print Edition) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Although the book chronicles the life of Edna Earl from childhood into adult life, it was titled, 'St. Elmo.' Edna Earl maintained a very high sense of morality, and strongly valued her belief system and her integrity. It was this sense of morality, expressed through her confident personality, that resulted in the eventual 'spiritual reawakening' of St. Elmo Murray. St. Elmo was truly 'born again' as a man and as a spiritual being. His turnaround from an angry, misanthropic individual into an enlightened individual was remarkable. It was Edna Earl who triggered this awakening in him. Therefore, naming the book 'St. Elmo' was a testament to the receiving of grace. Agusta Jane Evans was an outstanding writer, as good as any whose books I have ever read.
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