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Dumas, Alexandre, 1802-1870
The Count of Monte Cristo / by Alexandre Dumas ; adapted by Mabel Dodge Holmes. The house of seven gables / by Nathaniel Hawthorne ; adapted by Mark Neville and Ruby Withers ; illustrated by Thomas G. Fraumeni
Alternate Title House of the seven gables
Library ed
New York : J. J. Little & Ives Co., Inc., c1945
Location Call Number Status
 Juvenile Historic/1st Flr/ Check out to UM-D students, faculty & staff  jPN.Duma7C6 1945    AVAILABLE
Gift from Barbara Shafer, 2012
Subject(s) Adventure stories -- Juvenile fiction
Wealth -- Juvenile fiction
Subject France -- History -- 19th century -- Juvenile fiction
Subject(s) Haunted houses -- Juvenile fiction
Subject Salem (Mass.) -- Juvenile fiction
Salem (Mass.) -- History -- 17th century -- Juvenile fiction
Physical Description 5-247, 253-384 p. : ill. ; 22cm
NOTE Gift from Barbara Shafer, 2012
Note 2 volumes in 1
The Count of Monte Cristo / adapted by Mabel Dodge Holmes, originally published: [New York] : Globe Book Co., c1945
The house of seven gables / adapted by Mark Neville and Ruby Withers ; illustrated by Thomas G. Fraumeni, originally published: [New York] : Globe Book Co., c 1949
Summary The Count of Monte Cristo: Marseille, France, 1815. It is Edmond Dantès' wedding day. But his enemies have other plans, and Edmond is arrested and sent to the terrible island prison of Château d'If. For fourteen long years he waits for the right moment to escape.And now Edmond is a rich man, with many disguises, and a new name. The Count of Monte Cristo begins his revenge..
The House of the Seven Gables: Hawthorne's tale about the brooding hold of the past over the present is a complex one, twisting and turning its way back through many generations of a venerable New England family, one of whose members was accused of witchcraft in 17th century Salem. More than 200 years later, we meet the family in its decaying, gabled mansion, still haunted by the presence of dead ancestors: Hepzibah, an elderly gentlewoman fallen on had times; her ineffectual brother, Clifford; and young Phoebe, a country maiden who cheerfully takes it upon herself to care for her two doddering relations.
Alternate Author Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 1804-1864. House of the seven gables
Holmes, Mabel Dodge
Neville, Mark
Withers, Ruby
Library donation, 2012

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