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In The Bishop's Carriage

By: Miriam Michelson
Published By: Double9 Books
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The story began in a busy train station. Tom stole a pocket watch, gave it to Nance, and then made a scene while she was hiding in the women's waiting area. Nance performed her role so expertly that the attendant provided her with a gorgeous crimson robe and hood when she asked for them and she went out wearing them. She rushed into a waiting wagon to take cover after being discovered, though. When she had settled and they were ready to leave, the bishop's carriage had already arrived. Now what? Nance performed her role flawlessly, charming the bishop and his family before fleeing. It was a fantastic beginning to a narrative that would advance at a breakneck pace. Nance grabbed her opportunities and started to advance in society. She gained friends along the way, but she was also followed by others who knew about her notoriety and her background. She was drawn to beautiful things because of the reassurance they provided and wanted to share them with other people. And she realized every bit of her potential.

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Miriam Michelson

Journalist and author Miriam Michelson (1870–1942) was American. In 1870, Miriam Michelson was born in the mining community of Murphy's Camp in the Calaveras region of California. She was the seventh of Samuel and Rosalie (née Przylubska) Michelson's eight children, who fled Strzelno in 1855 to avoid anti-Semitic persecution and moved to the United States from Poland. During the Gold Rush, her parents had a thriving business selling supplies to miners. Her eldest brother, the physicist Albert A. Michelson, was the first American to receive the Nobel Prize in science, while her youngest brother, the journalist Charles Michelson, worked closely with Franklin D. Roosevelt. From 1895 until 1902, Michelson's literary career started off as journalism. She was a correspondent for the San Francisco Call and San Francisco Bulletin before moving on to the North American in Philadelphia. In her review, Michelson praises Women and Economics while also informing her readers that Charlotte Perkins Stetson's "extreme beliefs" were likely to incite the male audience with regard to gender relations. She does this using a cheerful and conversational writing style. The research by Charlotte Perkins Stetson would ultimately serve as a statement for the first-wave women's movement, and Michelson's critique of the study would generate prominence. She started focusing on writing fiction starting in 1904. In May 1942, Michelson passed away.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 156 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 9357278257
  • ISBN-13: 9789357278256
  • Item Weight: 187.2g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 8.96 mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Reading age : 10+
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : Fiction / Crime ,Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General