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Hannah Robinson The Celebrated Beauty of Her Day

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The beautiful, strong-willed Hannah Robinson defies her power-ful father Rowland and marries the man she loves. The action takes places on a plantation in colonial Rhode Island in the mid 1700s. This play is based on historical records and the legends that have sprung up over the centuries after Hannah died her early, tragic death. Her gravestone off Boston Neck Road and H ...more
Kindle Edition, 54 pages
Published 2010
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Jul 06, 2012 Cheryl rated it liked it
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A nice play about a strong woman who defied her wealthy strong-willed father to marry the man she loved.
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Jun 05, 2011 Jane Gilgun rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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I'm a professor at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, USA. My most recent book is I Want to Show You: A Memoir in Poems, published in May 2008.

Written in imagist, lyric, and narrative styles, these poems convey the rhythms of a life fully lived--the sharp, often painful intrusions of beauty, the transcendence of erotic love, the fears and intrigue of bodily changes over time, the horror of
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