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Dawn of the Morning

Grace Livingston Hill

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Fresh from school, mistreated and neglected by her father and stepmother, sixteen-year-old Dawn consents to marry a friend of her father's whom she has only met, but the wedding does not go as planned. Scared and confused, she runs away after the ceremony. Many adventures follow lovely and resourceful Dawn on her journey to becoming an independent woman.

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. . .f simple and vigorous declamation; very fine, no doubt but rather rhetoric than poetry.

Mr. Bradlaugh was anything but a cold man. I should say he was electric. But his tastes, so far as I could discover, did not lie in the direction of poetry. Certainly I heard him once, in those old days, read a great part, if not the whole of Shelley's "Sensitive Plant." He loved Shelley, however, as an Atheist and a Republican, and I suppose he took Shelley's poetry on trust. But I do not think, though I speak under correction, that he cared very much for poetry as such. I could never discover from his conversation or writings that he had read a line of Shakespeare—the god of Colonel Ingersoll. His mind was of the practical order, like Oliver Cromwell's. He had a genius for public affairs. He was not only a born orator, but a born ruler of men. Naturally he had, as the French say, the defects of his qualities. And it may be that the terrible stress of his life tended . . . Read More

Community Reviews

These books are my comfort food when I'm not feeling well. So it was with delight that I picked up this book again and re-read the story of Dawn and her journey to love.

Like so many of these books, we have Dawn, who has struggled to be not only noticed, but even just loved a little bit by a harsh an

I grew up reading fiction by Grace Livingston Hill. To this day, reading one of her novels offers a peaceful, calming respite for me.

I really did enjoy the story. The characters were very interesting and description of the time which very entertaining. Had not read her books in many many years. Plan to read a few more as time goes by

A Contrast of Treachery and Faithfulness. This is a worthy read from Grace Livingston Hill. A story of trust, faithfulness and treachery.

One of my favorites of GLH, it is a story that takes place in the "old days," approximately the early 1800s. There seem to be a lot of misunderstandings and some rather improbable events judging by today's standards, but it's a good story not withstanding.

This was a very good Christian Historical Romance. I really liked it, kept me interested all the way.

I began reading these Xist Classics as soon as they started becoming available for Kindle. I have found Grace Livingston Hill to be a most delightful, easy-to-read and enjoyable author. This is, by far, one of her most engaging texts! The story has the most interesting twists and turns that keep you

wonderful!

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