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1868. The first of the popular Elsie Books written for young readers. The book begins: The schoolroom at Roselands was a very pleasant apartment; the ceiling, it is true, was somewhat lower than in the more modern portion of the building, for the wing in which it was situated dated back to the old-fashioned days prior to the Revolution, while the larger part of the mansion had not stood more than twenty or thirty years; but the effect was relieved by windows reaching from floor to ceiling, and opening on a verandah which overlooked a lovely flower-garden, beyond which were fields and woods and hills. The view from the verandah was very beautiful, and the room itself looked most inviting, with its neat matting, its windows draped with snow-white muslin, its comfortable chairs, and pretty rosewood desks.
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- Children's literature, English
- Christian life
- Christian life -- Juvenile fiction
- Dinsmore, Elsie (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction
- Domestic fiction
- Families -- Juvenile fiction
- Family life
- Family life -- Southern States -- Juvenile fiction
- Fathers and daughters
- Fathers and daughters -- Juvenile fiction
- Juvenile Fiction
- Marriage -- Juvenile fiction
- Religious fiction
- Southern States -- History -- 19th century -- Juvenile fiction
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