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MISS NAN: BELOVED REBEL

MISS NAN: BELOVED REBEL

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MISS NAN: BELOVED REBEL Margaret Lyons Smith This novel relates the dreams, heartaches, and romance revealed in a young girlís diary. It is a fascinating true story about Nannie Kinkead Etter, the authorís grandmother, who lived those tender years during the Civil War era. The book details her life at home in Hawkins County, Tennessee, and at school in Asheville, North Carolina. Through Nanís writings the reader is shown the friendships, education, courtship, and marriage of a young woman reaching maturity during the Civil War years. Intense emotional feelings are shared as she experiences the anguish and frustration of a spirited, compassionate woman, whose gender has forced her to accept a passive role in the war while watching her family and friends leave to join the fight. The war brings many hardships and losses to Nan, including the death of her first love. She struggles poignantly to accept great personal tragedies and, ultimately, the fall of the Confederacy

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