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Audiobook: Four-Pools Mystery, The By Webster, Jean In The Four Pools Mystery the tyrannical plantation owner is deemed responsible for his own murder because of his mistreatment of the former slaves who continued in his employment http://www.digitalpodcast.com/detail-Audiobook_Four_Pools_Mystery_The_by_Webster
Extractions: In The Four Pools Mystery the tyrannical plantation owner is deemed responsible for his own murder because of his mistreatment of the former slaves who continued in his employment after the war. Jean Webster (pseudonym for Alice Jane Chandler Webster) was born July 24, 1876 and died June 11, 1916. She was an American writer and author of many books including Daddy-Long-Legs and Dear Enemy. (Wiki)
Jean Webster - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Jean Webster (pseudonym for Alice Jane Chandler Webster, July 24, 1876 June 11, 1916). She was an American writer and author of many books including Daddy-Long-Legs and Dear Enemy. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Webster
Extractions: New York, New York Pen name Jean Webster Occupation novelist and playwright Nationality American Period Genres Fiction Jean Webster (pseudonym for Alice Jane Chandler Webster , July 24, 1876 - June 11, 1916). She was an American writer and author of many books including Daddy-Long-Legs and Dear Enemy . Her best-known books feature lively and likeable young female protagonists who come of age intellectually, morally, and socially, but with enough humor, snappy dialogue, and gently biting social commentary to make her books palatable and enjoyable to contemporary readers. Alice Jane Chandler Webster was born in Fredonia, New York . She was the eldest child of Annie Moffet Webster and Charles Luther Webster. She lived her early childhood in a strongly matriarchal and activist setting, with her great-grandmother, grandmother and mother all living under the same roof. Her great-grandmother worked on temperance issues and her grandmother on racial equality and women's suffrage Alice's mother was niece to Mark Twain , and her father was Twain's business manager and subsequently publisher of many of his books by Charles L. Webster Publishing, founded in 1884. Initially the business was successful, and when Alice was five the family moved to a large brownstone in
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Extractions: `Of course the usual disposition of one in your place would be to put you in a position where you could begin to work, but you have done well in school in certain branches; it seems that your work in English has even been brilliant. Miss Pritchard, who is on our visiting committee, is also on the school board; she has been talking with your rhetoric teacher, and made a speech in your favour. She also read aloud an essay that you had written entitled, "Blue Wednesday".' `It seemed to me that you showed little gratitude in holding up to ridicule the institution that has done so much for you. Had you not managed to be funny I doubt if you would have been forgiven. But fortunately for you, Mr., that is, the gentleman who has just goneappears to have an immoderate sense of humour. On the strength of that impertinent paper, he has offered to send you to college.'