Books I’ve Known And Loved

Books I've Known And Loved

Victoria Woodhull not only ran for president, but worked on Wall Street and hung out with Cornelius Vanderbilt. Gives the notion that all Victorian women were trapped a run for its money.

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  1. Brenda says:

    Too bad she didn’t win. 🙂

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    1. i think she was a bit too rebellious and quite frankly weird to ever have a chance. Her multiple marriages, her spiritualism and her extended family were too much for most Americans–think Billy Carter.

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      1. Brenda says:

        Oh, well. I just like quirky.

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      2. Me too. I always vote for the weirdest candidates hoping they’ll shake things up, but they always lose 🙂

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      3. Brenda says:

        🙂 Maybe you should run. I’ll vote for you… 🙂

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      4. I’d need a lot of financing 😉

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      5. Brenda says:

        Hmm. Me, too!

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      6. A fairytale poet and novelist who writes about morphine addicted soldiers–a winning ticket!

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      7. Brenda says:

        Sounds like someone after my own heart. Up to the morphine-addiction — bummer.

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      8. You’d never guess it but the book is really about how a family and their simple acts of kindness change the soldier’s life.

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      9. Brenda says:

        Sounds great!

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