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  • Ruth Hall: a Domestic Tale of the Present Time is a roman a clef by Fanny Fern (pen name of Sara Payson Willis), a popular 19th-century newspaper writer. Following on her meteoric rise to fame as a columnist, she signed a contract in February 1854 to write a full-length novel.





    florist
  • A person who sells and arranges plants and cut flowers

  • a shop where flowers and ornamental plants are sold

  • (floral) resembling or made of or suggestive of flowers; "an unusual floral design"

  • someone who grows and deals in flowers; "the florist made up an attractive bouquet"











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Ruth Hall


Ruth Hall



Ruth Hall is the best known work of Fanny Fern, the pseudonym of Sara Willis Parton. Ruth Hall is also Fern's most enduring work. The novel's depiction of a Victorian-era woman who earns financial independence has made it a favorite with contemporary feminist literary scholars. In most domestic novels of this period, the heroine's quest ends with a happy marriage and the surrendering of all employment outside the home. In this case, however, the happy marriage is only a prologue; it is also a mixed blessing, bringing with it the sorrow of a child's death, along with a truly awful set of in-laws who must always be placated and appeased.

Ruth Hall is the best known work of Fanny Fern, the pseudonym of Sara Willis Parton. Ruth Hall is also Fern's most enduring work. The novel's depiction of a Victorian-era woman who earns financial independence has made it a favorite with contemporary feminist literary scholars. In most domestic novels of this period, the heroine's quest ends with a happy marriage and the surrendering of all employment outside the home. In this case, however, the happy marriage is only a prologue; it is also a mixed blessing, bringing with it the sorrow of a child's death, along with a truly awful set of in-laws who must always be placated and appeased.










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Babe Ruth "Called Shot" Bat




Babe Ruth "Called Shot" Bat





Babe Ruth "Called Shot" Bat. The Famous bat used by Babe Ruth during game three of the 1932 World Series. After two strikes he reportedly pointed his bat to centerfield and the proceeded to hit a home run. One of the most famous moments in Baseball History











Carrie




Carrie





The headstone of Carrie Harvey whose epitaph reads "The rose that sweetest doth awake, Will soonest go to rest". This is also a line from Ruth Hall by Fanny Fern.









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Ride Him, Cowboy






A man is falsely accused of a rash of barn-burnings. When he proves his innocence, he sets about to bring the real criminals to justice.

John Wayne's road to stardom needed some giddyup in the early 1930s; after a leading-man turn in The Big Trail, he quickly fell into B-movie obscurity. While waiting to vault to first-tier status in 1939's Stagecoach, he honed his talent with a set of six B-Westerns at Warner Brothers, shot in 1932-33. The series allowed Warners to recycle footage (and plots) from a string of silent Westerns made with Ken Maynard, with the young Mr. Wayne stepping into Maynard's saddle. Ride Him, Cowboy is the best of these snappy little films (under an hour each), a very entertaining number in which Wayne is introduced to a feisty horse named, of all things, Duke. Duke would feature in the later films, as would Wayne's harmonica playing. The movie has some wild stunt riding and some very amusing dialogue (someone urges a pokey storyteller, "Skip that part and get down to bedrock"). And for a cheap B-movie, there's some exceptionally inventive camerawork by Ted McCord, who would go on to shoot The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and East of Eden.
Wayne, 25 years old, plays the same naively heroic hero in each of the six films. He's lean and handsome and not yet grown into his talent. But you can see how much the camera likes him--as his future director Howard Hawks might have put it--and how much that famous stride is already coming into step. --Robert Horton










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