Elizabeth and Her German Garden

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sep 4, 2009 - British - 146 pages
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Indoors are servants, meals and furniture. There, too, is the man of wrath, her upright teutonic husband, inspiring in Elizabeth a mixture of irritation, affection and irreverence. But outside she can escape domestic routine, read favorite books, play with her three babies--and garden to her heart's content. Through Elizabeth's eyes and unique wit, we watch the seasons come and go, each bringing with it new events, friends, and neighbors.

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Charming. Not recommended if you are not interested in gardens... published 1898. Semi-autobiographical diary of an Englishwoman married to a German aristocrat, "The Man of Wrath". A description of ... Read full review

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