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eBook The Blossoming Rod ePub

by Mary Stewart Cutting

  • ISBN: 1481154966
  • Category: Short Stories and Anthologies
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Mary Stewart Cutting
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 3, 2012)
  • Pages: 24
  • ePub book: 1658 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1245 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 967

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Mary Stewart Doubleday Cutting was the daughter of Civil War Brevet Brigadier General Ulysses Doubleday and his wife, née Mary Stewart. Books related to The Blossoming Rod (Illustrated). She was the granddaughter of Ulysses F. !Doubleday, who served in the War of 1812 and was elected to both the Twenty-second and Twenty-fourth Congresses. She was the niece of General Abner Doubleday. While Cutting was presenting her work publicly as early as 1872, when a poem of hers was published in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, she only began publishing professionally in earnest after her husband's death in 1893.

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The Blossoming Rod book. Mary Stewart Cutting was an author and a suffragist. Her works fall under the general classification of domestic realism, a type of fiction popular with women in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Some of Cutting's work focuses on navigating courtship and marriage. Her later works, coming at the very end of the nineteenth century and throughout the first two decades of the twentiet Mary Stewart Cutting was an author and a suffragist.

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Comments

Cktiell Cktiell
While browsing the works of popular author, Mary Stewart, I was delighted to see a new title nestled in with her famous Merlin books and mysteries. "The Blossoming Rod" sounded like a title Mary Stewart would choose, so I ordered the book.

First, the author is NOT Mary Stewart as buyers are led to believe as it is listed in with the real Mary Stewart's works.
The author's name on the book is Mary Stewart Doubleday Cutting. Huh? Doubleday is a publisher. The words Doubleday Cutting do not stand out as a human's name - rather they serve to slip his book into Mary Stewart's fans' carts. It is a joke or scam.

Most shockingly, The Blossoming Rod, though it costs $9.99, is NOT a book...it is 14 typewritten pages of very poorly written dialogue. Why anyone would choose to actually bind those 14 pages IS the mystery (unles of course it IS a scam) The cover of the "book" makes a proclamation of quality in printing. Ya right! It is a piece of dung!

Buyer beware! Amazon, take a look at this one! I sent it back ASAP! The mystery author will undoubtedly rake in a lot of money by those who don't take the time & make the effort to seek a refund.
Yananoc Yananoc
I downloaded this book because it was listed in a search for author "Mary Stewart". I didn't recognize the title and thought it was a book by Mary Stewart who wrote Nine Coaches Waiting, Ivy Tree, Airs Above the Ground, etc. I didn't notice that it in fact WASN'T the Mary Stewart I was looking for who wrote it. This book is not to my liking and is nothing like the author I was looking for.
Dilkree Dilkree
Well-written, classic values. The selection reads in about twenty minutes, making it a simple before bed peice.
MisterQweene MisterQweene
It was a fine short story but I did find my self wanting to read more :( is was just simply to short.
Simple Simple
This book is written by Mary Stewart Cutting (Cutting being the last name NOT Stewart). An old book about a fishing rod and the meaning of Christmas giving. It is not a bad book, but was misrepresented AS TO THE AUTHOR and not what I expected. I did flip through it, just not my cup of tea. It is however more than 24 pages, closer to 45 or 50 (I have my kindle set for larger letters and I counted 86 pages). Still it's a short read, not much more than a short story but it is complete. If you like Christmas stories set in a bygone era then you may really enjoy this and IT IS FREE.
Thohelm Thohelm
Evidently there are two Mary Stewarts -- probably more than that. However, I am hoping to find the novelist Mary Stewart who wrote in the 50s-60s. This book is from a Mary Stewart who was a religious writer. No knock on religion, just the wrong author.

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xander xander
Ok....not up to her later standards....I think this was a very early effort. Read the longer novels instead which are much better
thought this was from Marty Stewar and really, couldn't get into it. Not much else to say really. Only read first couple of chapters.