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Author: Elizabeth Metzger Howard
ISBN: 0805455671
Publisher Broadman Press (1976)
Language English
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by Elizabeth Metzger Howard. Before the Sun Goes Down. by. Elizabeth Metzger Howard. Saga of two families, (circa 1880) the Albrights and the Sargents and other inhabitants of the (fictional) town of Willowspring, Pennsylvania.

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The Spiritual Journey of a Layman. by Elizabeth Metzger Howard

The Spiritual Journey of a Layman. by Elizabeth Metzger Howard. Published 1976 by Broadman Press. were glimpses of glory even in poverty and degradation. But somehow it isn't like any other book. It's not great literature - it is overwritten and padded and labors the point at times.

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The picture is a scan of the actual book you will receive. Synopsis: On an August day in 1880 Dr. Dan Field returned from a long vigil over a childbirth case, leaned against a pillar of his big brick housem and gazed into the drowsy afternoon, and into his own acute awareness of the town about him. He knew every man, woman, and child in Willowspring; he had, indeed, ushered a good many of them into the world, though he himself was only forty-two. Every eligible girl had set her cap for him; all wondered why a bachelor should want such a mansion.

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This is a book that goes back to my childhood as a precocious reader -- a great story that has held up as relevant surprisingly well in the 50 years since I have read it. I have to say the great themes of the book are far more than I understood in my early teens, but that just made revisiting the wonderful language and brilliant characterizations all the more revealing. It is a novel approaching the turn of the 20th century, with a generation of kids coming up who are not only seeing the breakdown of class and racial boundaries, with some deal of struggle and a lot of humor and heart, but driving it in a kind of ruthless innocence. Worth it just as a lesson to the present generation of novel writers, who sometimes don't know quite what to do with the human heart inside a living character.
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I have read this book, and re-read it many times. It's a great story. I don't know whether the author ever wrote another book, but maybe she didn't need to. This one was so good that I've gone through several copies, each one falling apart from being read again and again. It's an old friend to me.