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How Do I Love Thee: The Story of Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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  • Title: How Do I Love Thee: The Story of Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Author: Helen Elmira Waite
  • ISBN: 9781163809617
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard to find books with something of interest for everyone

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    1. This was an easy, enjoyable read. It was published in 1953 and was catalogued as a biography. But it is really Historical Fiction (maybe didn't exist at that time?) which was indicated by the dialogue and the thoughts of main characters. It is a beautiful love story of this sickly, young lady Elizabeth Barrett (her nickname in the family -- "Ba", the oldest of her 11 siblings) who lived with a delicate health, she was literally an invalid. She lived in a bedroom upstairs unable to come down unle [...]

    2. I enjoyed reading this book. I found it in a library where it was placed in the biography section. This book is not a biography but historical fiction. Not everything in the book is true and there is a lot of imaging on how things play out. The only thing I didn't care for was the ending. I thought it abrupt. All in all, looking at it as fiction it did what good historical fiction does. It made me look up Elizabeth Barrett Browning and read a couple of biographies about her, and one about Robert [...]

    3. I fell in love with this book, but at the end it talks about Elizabeth Barrett Browning's belief in spiritualism and seances. I can't change someone's life, but I would have kept this book if it hadn't been for that! It was a delightful story about Elizabeth meeting with Robert Browning and their romance while she was stuck at home as an invalid, and later how they married. (Elizabeth and Robert are famous poets.) I was truly disappointed at the turn it took with the spiritualism.

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