Author: Susanna Moodie
Title: Roughing It in the Bush
Original publication date: 1852-01-22 (Richard Bentley of
Characters: Susanna Moodie,
Epigraph: I sketch from Nature, and the picture's true;Whate'er the subject, whether grave or gay,Painful experience is a distant landMade it mine own. I sketch from Nature, and the picture's true;/Whate'er the subject, whether grave or gay,/Painful experience in a distant land/Made it my own.
Dedication: to Agnes Strickland[|], Author of "The Lives of the Queens of England" this simple tribute of affection is dedicated by her sister. Susanna Moodie To Agnes Strickland, Author of "Lives of the Queens of England," This Simple Tribute of Affection is dedicated by her sister Susanna Moodie.
First words: The dreadful cholera was depopulating Quebec and Montreal, when our ship cast anchor off Grosse Isle, on the 30th of August, 1832, and we were boarded a few minutes after by the health-officers. The d
Last words: Reader! My task is ended.
Disambiguation notice: Roughing it in the Bush is by Susanna Moodie[|]. If you own this book, please correct the author's name, so that it will be included with the proper author's works.
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