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5-B Poppy Lane (Cedar Cove, Book 5.5) by Debbie Macomber

By Debbie Macomber

Subscribe to number one big apple occasions bestselling writer Debbie Macomber in Cedar Cove this Christmas!

Come to 5-B Poppy Lane, the place you’ll meet Helen Shelton, her granddaughter Ruth, and Ruth’s husband, Paul. They’ll give you a cup of mulled cider and let you know the tale of the way Ruth and Paul met. And you’ll listen approximately Helen’s breathtaking adventures throughout the moment international War!

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The string of loosely related adventures encountered by Marryat's protagonists is made taut by his consistently vivid and realistic narrative. He revels in these adventures because he wishes to stir the heart rather than probe the mind. 33 Marryat's portrayal of the sea and its voyagers, drenched in high spirits, wonder and naivety, is a young man's resplendent vision of life at sea, the kind that Conrad himself describes in his short story 'Youth': 'Oh the glamour of youth! ' Even though the initial exuberance of Marryat's protagonists is tempered by experience, the sprightly pacing of the novels never flags.

Bulwer's fiction during the reign of William IV provides his broadest platform for addressing this issue, since in his earlier novels of the 1820s his heroes could still enjoy flaunting their disregard for society, and after 183 7 he turned his enormous energies to drama and then took up a very different kind of fiction. The Romantic protagonist, whose genius and aspirations set him at odds with a repressive society, preoccupied Bulwer from the outset of his career. His first four novels, written during the late 1820s, introduce all the Romantic prototypes which would be transmuted into his fictional heroes of the next decade: the Byronic hero, the dandy, the hero of the bildungsroman and the hero of the historical romance.

To justify why he does not leave the reader believing that Smallbones has drowned, Marryat makes a disclaimer in Snarleyyow which anticipates similar asides by Thackeray and Trollope: There are so many people in our narrative continually labouring under deception of one kind or another, that we need not add to it by attempting to mystify our readers; who, on the contrary, we shall take familiarly by the hand, and, like a faithful historian, lead them through the events in the order in Frederick Marryat 33 which they occurred, and point out to them how they all lead to one common end.

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