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By Rosalind Lauer

ISBN-10: 0345526759

ISBN-13: 9780345526755

For lovers of Cindy Woodsmall and Beverly Lewis, Rosalind Lauer’s Seasons of Lancaster novel A basic Autumn is a superb Amish tale approximately brothers navigating throughout the afflicted waters of love.
 
A LOVE that is still HIDDEN,
A FORK IN A THORNY ROAD
 
Jonah King has no wish to go away his close-knit neighborhood. All his hopes and desires lie in Lancaster County, and plenty of of them revolve round his longtime love for Annie Stoltzfus. For years he’s been attempting to get her to work out what burns within his center, but he continues to be all yet invisible to her. Annie’s appealing eyes mirror in basic terms her affection for Jonah’s older brother—and her unhappiness whilst he chooses one other. Jonah is aware that he needs to converse up, but if he’s round Annie his calm, able demeanor flees, leaving him tongue-twisted and awkward.
 
Gabe King has been dating schoolteacher Emma Lapp for months, yet she insists on maintaining their dating mystery. Emma embraces her accountability to set an exceptional instance for her students, yet Gabe is in his rumspringa and nonetheless wild at center, driving motorbikes and unwilling to chop his ties to the surface international. a lot to Emma’s deep sorrow, it seems that she and Gabe are settling on varied paths.
 
As swirling leaves of orange and gold dance around the nation-state, brothers needs to locate the braveness and religion to reconcile their background and their hearts.
 
a gorgeous tale that explores the readability of real love, A uncomplicated Autumn is a bounty for middle and soul.

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Their image of the South conformed to their image of the idealized feminine sphere; in northern eyes, the South became a region of refined domestic comfort, and the union of North and South restored the sense of Page 10 domestic harmony that northern society no longer possessed. Southern women, who seemed to have discovered the joys of domesticity precisely when northern women had grown weary of them, became the feminine ideal of many northern men. Finally, the specific pairing of a Yankee husband with a southern wife offered the northern man a symbolic vehicle for reasserting authority, for recapturing the sense of manly accomplishment which the Union soldier or the independent businessman had once known.

And, increasingly, respectability denoted economic status and the possibility of class mobility. 17 This northern reassessment of manliness dovetailed with the developing free labor ideology of the early nineteenth century. Just as the new code of masculinity focused more on individual character, so the free labor outlook stressed the individual laborer's ability to improve his economic and social standing. Viewing themselves as economic individuals striving in an uncertain and unpredictable market, northern men became more concerned with tempering and restraining their individual passions and feelings, with exercising physical and emotional control in order to better assure their advancement and success.

Page 12 In this context, most northerners found themselves paying homage to a new and invigorated image of southern white manhood to the manly, even patriotic, veterans of the Confederacy as well as the heroic veterans of the most recent war with Spain. Novelists likewise paid tribute to southern white men and gave American culture a new set of regional icons. Perhaps none was more enduring than the one personified in Owen Wister's hugely successful novel of the early twentieth century, The Virginian.

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