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A Complete Edition of the Works of Nancy Luce   By: (1814-1890)

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In A Complete Edition of the Works of Nancy Luce, readers are taken on a journey through the remarkable life and poignant poetry of Nancy Luce. This anthology serves as a testament to the lasting impact of Luce's work and the fascinating story behind its creation.

One of the standout elements of this book is the unique perspective it provides on the life of Nancy Luce herself. Through her raw and heartfelt poetry, Luce offers readers a deeply personal glimpse into her world, emotions, and experiences. Each poem is imbued with a powerful sense of authenticity and honesty, baring Luce's soul to her audience.

Luce's poetry showcases her uncanny ability to capture the beauty and brutality of life with a remarkable simplicity. Her use of vivid imagery and evocative language effortlessly conveys deep emotions, enabling readers to connect with her on a profound level. From tales of sorrow and loneliness to moments of joy and resilience, Luce's poems cover a wide spectrum of human emotions.

The book also provides readers with a comprehensive overview of Luce's life through the inclusion of biographical notes and letters. These additional materials shed light on the various struggles and triumphs Luce encountered throughout her life, allowing readers to develop a greater understanding of the context in which her poetry was written.

Furthermore, the edition is accompanied by beautiful illustrations that further enhance the reading experience. These visual depictions provide a visual dimension to Luce's words, bringing her world to life on the pages.

One aspect that may disappoint some readers is the limited variety in Luce's poetic themes. While her poetry is undeniably powerful, the consistent focus on themes of loneliness, loss, and her experience with animals may become repetitive for some readers.

In conclusion, A Complete Edition of the Works of Nancy Luce offers readers an intimate and moving exploration of the life and poetry of Nancy Luce. Through her raw and honest verses, readers are transported into Luce's world, experiencing her joys, sorrows, and remarkable resilience. This anthology serves as a valuable addition to any poetry lover's collection, unraveling the captivating legacy of an underappreciated poet.

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A COMPLETE EDITION

OF THE

WORKS OF NANCY LUCE,

OF WEST TISBURY, DUKES COUNTY, MASS.,

CONTAINING

God's Words Sickness Poor Little Hearts Milk No Comfort Prayers Our Saviour's Golden Rule Hen's Names, Etc.

NEW BEDFORD: MERCURY JOB PRESS. 1875.

COMPLETE WORKS OF NANCY LUCE.

GOD'S WORDS.

The Lord has put down In the Bible; He says: The sin in the world, It grieves him to his heart.

The Lord he forbiddeth All cruelty to dumb creatures, And helpless human too. He will cut the sinners asunder hereafter.

God says: "Ye shall not afflict any helpless or fatherless child. If thou afflict them in any wise, and they cry at all unto me, I will surely hear their cry."

Human, they cannot get into heaven, Without they do God's commandments, in deeds, words, and thoughts, To human, and dumb creatures too. Consider how you would feel yourselves to be crueled.

The greatest sin is to cruel the poor harmless dumb creatures, They cannot speak, nor help themselves, The next sin is to cruel sick human, The next sin is to cruel any who cannot help themselves.

The Lord give human his word, To do justice to the afflicted and needy, To all poor sufferers, human and dumb creatures too, To be tender and kind to all... Continue reading book >>




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