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Being Mrs Alcott
Being Mrs Alcott
Author: Nancy Geary
ISBN-13: 9780446532204
ISBN-10: 0446532207
Publication Date: 7/18/2005
Pages: 320
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Publisher: Warner Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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All her life, Grace Alcott has followed the proper path, a legacy of her impecccable New England upbringing. As an elite member of Beacon Hill society, she attended all the right schools, socialized with all the right people and married the right man.
Once again, Geary offers an eyeopening glimpse into the rarefied world inhabited by America's aristocracy. The story of a longtime wife and mother embarking on a journey to discover who she is, where she's been, and where she's going. BEING MRS. ALCOTT captures the pain and ineffable longing lying just beneath the glossy veneer of privilege...and reveals the enduring strength of a woman's love for her family.