Il mondo di Belle
Publish date: 2013
Publisher: Neri Pozza
Pages no: 416
Edition language: Italian
This book was engaging from start to finish. I listened to the audiobook. I'm fairly new to the audiobook world but this has been the best narration that I have heard thus far!. The novel is not the typical slave novel; it actually focuses on a little Irish indentured servant and her struggle to fin...
Review coming soon...I have to gather my thoughts.
The day I finished this book, I pulled in at a gas station in Virginia, the state where this book is set, and saw a pick-up truck with a Confederate flag in the back window. Though I’d never liked this symbol, I’d never before reacted to it with such deep aversion, such a clear sense of what it actu...
I loved this book. The only thing that held off that last 1/2 star was the fact that I felt some parts were a bit drawn out. I loved the characters. I loved all the relationships between the characters. I even loved Marshall. My heart ached for him. I couldn't blame him for the man he became. I...
"The Kitchen House" is a different sort of look at Southern life below-stairs: it is told in the voices of Lavinia, an indentured white servant, and Belle, a black slave.Lavinia comes to the Tall Oaks plantation as a small child, and sees the black slaves as her family. She does not begin to truly c...
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