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American Jezebel

The Uncommon Life of Anne Hutchinson, the Woman Who Defied the Puritans
LaPlante, Eve (Book - 2004 )
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
American Jezebel

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One of the greatest figures of late Russian Romanticism, Rachmaninoff exhibited his mature style in this work, written during 1906#150;7 and first performed at the Leeds Festival in 1910, where it was conducted by the composer himself. Admired for its fully developed melodic style and and the lavish and imaginative use of the orchestra.
Authors: LaPlante, Eve
Title: American Jezebel
the uncommon life of Anne Hutchinson, the woman who defied the Puritans
Publisher: San Francisco :, HarperSanFrancisco,, 2004
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: xxi, 312 p. :,maps ;,24 cm
Contents: Enemy of the state
This impudent Puritan
A masterpiece of woman's wit
Strange opinions
The end of all controversy
As the lily among thorns
From Boston to this wilderness
A final act of defiance
Not fit for out society
The husband of Mistress Hutchinson
An uneasy and constant watch
A spirit of delusion and error
A dangerous instrument of the devil
The whore and strumpet of Boston
Her heart was stilled
This American Jezebel
ISBN: 0060562331
Branch Call Number: B H975a
F67.H92 L37 2004
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  • lmcrane rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

This was a fascinating read about an interesting woman. Anne Hutchinson wouldn't behave properly, according to her society. Her banishment from the Massachusetts Bay Colony results in the settlement of Rhode Island, a colony which offered religious freedom. This book was written by a descendent of Anne Hutchinson, and as a point of interest, presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt, George H. W. and George W. Bush are all descendents as well.


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