Browsing named entities in a specific section of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Margaret Fuller Ossoli. Search the whole document.
Found 231 total hits in 75 results.
Chapter 4: country life at Groton. (1833-1836.) In removing with her family to Groton, a villaGroton, a village nearly forty miles from Boston, and then rather difficult of access,--for this was long before th
oks and intellectual companionship, what would Groton offer?
She gave up Cambridge with its youthfu st, if they do not pine, for my society.
In Groton she read profusely, borrowing her books chie t, has been delivering a curious (as we say in Groton) address at Deerfield.
If I thought you would iend Mrs. Barlow, after her father's death:--
Groton, February 1, 1836.
I returned into life to ere more genuine than in that old homestead at Groton.
And, with other hopes, the dream of Europe ofounder sympathy.
During her last summer in Groton she wrote this letter to her friend Samuel G. crifices for her own household while living in Groton; and showed a self-devotion that undoubtedly t ur years later, she thus sums up their life at Groton, and pictures the position of the household af [5 more...]