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The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
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Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
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Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
eBook (PDF): $4.39
Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
eBook (PDF): $3.93
Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
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Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
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Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
eBook (PDF): $4.39
Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
The Romantic By Inez Ponce de Leon
eBook (PDF): $3.93
Rachel Leonessa Everdene is an unmarried, unbetrothed businesswoman of six and twenty, a writer and poet, and, along with her best friend Durante, a Romantic. She also lives in the town of Orvieto,... More > Italy, in the year 1289 -- in a time when women are betrothed at ten, married at twelve, and mothers at fourteen. She is almost resigned to her fate, when an unlikely turn of events turns her into a fugitive. She is nearly kidnapped, but is saved by Jonathan Locksley, a nobleman on his way back to England. Together, Rachel and he journey through the northern communes of Italy, with the kidnappers on their heels, and adventure at every turn. In this 2005 National Novel Writing Month winner, Inez Ponce de Leon takes us on a journey of laughter and tears, as one man walks the road of childhood, and as one lady mends her heart, falls in love, and finds herself.< Less
Two People: A Novel in Romantic Verse By Hank R. Schwab
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This work, Two People: A Novel in Romantic Verse by Richard Dehmel, has never been translated before in whole from German to English. Hank Schwab knew this work as a student and began work on it in... More > his eighth decade, figuring he’d not finish it in his lifetime. He proved himself wrong. The “novel in verse” ranks as a major achievement in the high-German literary tradition of Goethe’s Faust. Schönberg used a section of the poem with startling effectiveness in his Verklärte Nacht. The work itself is an extraordinary manifesto on the transcendence of love and its all consuming creative and destructive power. The vast landscapes and cataclysmic storms these two lovers encounter in their progressive obsession and isolation is in the grand romantic tradition that evokes the nineteenth century American landscapes or exploits of the Victorian era explorers.< Less
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