The Rich Mrs. Burgoyne (2020)

The Rich Mrs. Burgoyne Kathleen Thompson Norris The Rich Mrs Burgoyne A novel by Kathleen Thompson Norris who was an American novelist and wife of fellow writer Charles Norris whom she wed in She was educated in a special course in the University of California a
  • Title: The Rich Mrs. Burgoyne
  • Author: Kathleen Thompson Norris
  • ISBN: 9781406540154
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
The Rich Mrs. Burgoyne Kathleen Thompson Norris A novel by Kathleen Thompson Norris, who was an American novelist, and wife of fellow writer, Charles Norris whom she wed in 1909 She was educated in a special course in the University of California and wrote many popular romance novels that some considered sentimental and honest in their prose Norris was the highest paid female writer of her time, and many of her novelsA novel by Kathleen Thompson Norris, who was an American novelist, and wife of fellow writer, Charles Norris whom she wed in 1909 She was educated in a special course in the University of California and wrote many popular romance novels that some considered sentimental and honest in their prose Norris was the highest paid female writer of her time, and many of her novels are held in high regard today Many of her novels were set in California, particularly the San Francisco area They feature detailed descriptions of the upperclass lifestyle Her works include Mother 1911 , The Rich Mrs Burgoyne 1912 , Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby 1913 , The Treasure 1914 , Saturday s Child 1914 , The Heart of Rachael 1916 , Martie the Unconquered 1917 , Josselyn s Wife 1918 , Harriet and the Piper 1920 , The Beloved Woman 1921 , Beauty s Daughter 1935 , adapted for the 1935 motion picture Navy Wife, Over at the Crowleys 1941 , and The Maiden Voyage 1942.
The Rich Mrs. Burgoyne Kathleen Thompson Norris

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One thought on “The Rich Mrs. Burgoyne

  1. Alisha

    A nice read A young widow with two daughters comes to live in a California town where she had spent some time as a child Rud to be incredibly wealthy, she becomes the focus of her neighbors who are constantly trying to outdo each other Their materialism gets a lot of attention, but many of them benefit from her different way of doing things She dresses simply, isn t interested in refurnishing her old fashioned house, and is actually interested in what her children are learning and doing Also, he [...]

  2. Hope

    When I want light reading with substance, I turn to Kathleen Norris At first glance the book appears to be a formulaic romance Rich widow moves to town, reforms and wins the heart of a handsome but lazy newspaper editor and lives happily ever after However, in The Rich Mrs Burgoyne, the love story is peripheral and the emphasis in the book is on what it means to live well In fact, there is a strong, old fashioned thread in the book on the value of motherhood and on children as one of life s grea [...]

  3. Babe Rainbow

    Did not finish, because I had to give up after her weird anti women tirade Did you know everything is the fault of women, from the extreme poverty that is the result of capitalism to prostitution Yes, turns out those aren t caused by the actions of the owners of capital, or the disenfranchisement of women but because women want shiny things And yet, women have contributed NOTHING to the world, they haven t even invented anything useful i.e the mechanical instruments that actually caused linework [...]

  4. Little Red Readinghood

    Extolled the joys of a simple life And yes that part of it is as relevant to day as it was over a hundred years ago.

  5. Hannah

    I read this after Elisabeth Foley recommended it I particularly enjoyed the way Mrs Burgoyne helped everyone around her she was such a likable lady It s a nice, clean story with a good ending.

  6. KC

    Sweet, thought provoking story Makes you wish people could be like Miss Burgoyne Makes me want to be like Miss Burgoyne.

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