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by Taylor Caldwell

eBook Let Love Come Last download ISBN: 0515060658
Author: Taylor Caldwell
Publisher: Jove (March 15, 1981)
Language: English
ePub: 1189 kb
Fb2: 1671 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Literature

His pupils came, almost without exception, from the middle-class families. He acquired a philosophy about the middle class, also

This book is dedicated with compassion to all who are parents and to all who hope to be. EPILOGUE. My dear and beloved Children-. His pupils came, almost without exception, from the middle-class families. He acquired a philosophy about the middle class, also. He did not go so far as Aristotle in his admiration of this class, but he did believe, sincerely, that their survival was distinctly necessary to the survival of a nation.

Condition: Used: Acceptable. The green cloth boards and gilt lettering are faded and worn, particularly along the spine.

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Janet Miriam Holland Taylor Caldwell (September 7, 1900 – August 30, 1985) was a British-born American novelist and prolific author of popular fiction, also known by the pen names Marcus Holland and Max Reiner, and by her married name of J. Miriam R. . Miriam Reback. In her fiction, she often used real historical events or persons.

The deeply engrossing saga of a 19th-century lumber baron’s twisted love for his family-from the New York Times–bestselling author of Captains and the Kings (The New York Times)

The deeply engrossing saga of a 19th-century lumber baron’s twisted love for his family-from the New York Times–bestselling author of Captains and the Kings (The New York Times). Born into the humblest of circumstances, William Prescott is determined to amass a fortune large enough to ensure that his four children will never want for anything.

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Caldwell, Taylor; Read online. Families can be complicated, and Taylor Caldwell pulls us into one filled with greed, divorce, past poverty, divided wealth, death and murder. Over the Christmas holiday, two sisters, a brother, a husband and an unexpected guest are snow-bound for days as the suspense builds. Spousal relationships are questioned, as well as motives, and who knows wether love or hate comes between siblings. Ghosts visit via dreams, the five are trapped in a snowbound house as violence stalks, and the late Clara Beame makes her presence felt

by. Caldwell, Taylor, 1900-1985. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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Taylor Caldwell has written a moving story of a quiet and wise woman who marries a man driven to power by his childhood agonies and poverty. Although the story takes place in 1879-1908, it is particularly poignant for parents today

Taylor Caldwell has written a moving story of a quiet and wise woman who marries a man driven to power by his childhood agonies and poverty. Although the story takes place in 1879-1908, it is particularly poignant for parents today

Comments: (3)
White_Nigga
Any book of Taylor Caldwell is a great read! Most gifted writer!
Gann
I read this book many, many years ago, plus quite a few of her other books. This book truly teaches us that spoiling your children does not earn you their love, but can build resentment in the long run. A must read for young parents and also children who can handle adult books. Yes, Taylor Caldwells books can overwhelm, but if one perseveres they leave one sometimes in tears and sometimes full of joy!
Wizer
Taylor Caldwell has written a moving story of a quiet and wise woman who marries a man driven to power by his childhood agonies and poverty. Although the story takes place in 1879-1908, it is particularly poignant for parents today. He spoils his children by lavishing them with everything he has, and in so doing, as observed by his long suffering wife, he avenges his own childhood suffering at the hands of a world run by greed and the twisting of Christianity and capitalism into an unholy alliance. William Prescott never achieves the love of his children which he craves so intensely. Instead, his adopted and first son turns out to be the best of all. His wife constantly shields him from the slings and arrows of his children and herself leads a loveless life, because of his obsession with his children, and because he forgot that one should never put children before a loving spouse. This story is so relevant now where so many parents refuse to discipline their children in their own efforts to exorcise their own often overblown perceptions of an unhappy childhood. This book is really important for new parents to read. The profit they can realise from living with the Prescotts in this book is immense.This is one of Taylor Caldwell's most important books.