The Road to Providence

By: Maria Thompson Daviess
Published By: Double9 Books
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"The Road to Providence" by Maria Thompson Daviess is a heartwarming Southern romance that immerses readers in the charm of small-town life. Daviess, a master of Southern literature, weaves a captivating family saga filled with humor, friendship, and community spirit. Set against the backdrop of Southern charm, the novel follows a delightful cast of quirky characters as they navigate the complexities of life in a tight-knit community. Through humor and heartwarming moments, Daviess explores themes of friendship, coming-of-age, and the search for redemption. As the characters journey along the road to Providence, Daviess skillfully imparts life lessons of hope and resilience, reminding readers of the enduring power of human connection and the possibility of redemption. With its richly drawn characters and Southern charm, "The Road to Providence" is a delightful tale that leaves a lasting impression on the heart. This Southern romance is a testament to Daviess' talent for storytelling and her ability to capture the essence of small-town life with warmth and authenticity, making it a beloved classic in the genre of Southern literature.

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Maria Thompson Daviess

Maria Thompson Daviess was an American artist and female writer who was born November 28, 1872, and died September 3, 1924. She is best known for her "Pollyanna"-style books that came out in the early 1900s. She also wrote a number of short stories, such as "Some Juniors," "Miss Selina Sue and the Soap-Box Babies," and "Sue Saunders of Saunders Ridge." Daviess was a member of the Equal Suffrage League in Kentucky. He helped to start and run the chapter in Nashville and was a coordinator for the chapter in Madison. Maria (or "Marie") Thompson Daviess was born on November 28, 1872, in Harrodsburg, Kentucky. John Burton Thompson Daviess, who was related to the writer Zoe Anderson Norris and was born in Harrodsburg, was her father, and Leonora Hamilton Daviess was her mother. When she was eight years old, her father, John B. T. Daviess, died, and the family moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Maria Thompson Daviess was the name of her paternal grandma. She wrote columns and gave talks. Daviess went to Wellesley College for one year and then went to Paris to study art. When she got back to Nashville, she kept painting and started writing. Miss Selina Lue and the Soap-Box Babies, her first book, came out in 1909. When it came out in 1912, The Melting of Molly was one of the most popular stories that year.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2024
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 124 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 9362200147
  • ISBN-13: 9789362200143
  • Item Weight: 186g
  • Dimension: 216 x 140 x 8.64mm
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Age: 13+
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type: Fiction / Fantasy