4 edition of The here-to-yonder girl found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Esther Greenacre Hall; illustrated by Willard Bontʹe|
|LC Classifications||PS2515.A325 U6 1937x|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||285 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||285|
distinctions he would reiterate in his book Not Without Laughter and in his "Here to Yonder" columns in The Chicago Defender. Seeking some consolation and continuity in the midst of the myriad relocations of his youth, he grew to love books. His love of reading developed into a desire to write as he sought toFile Size: KB. here to yonder, as if I were nothing! A little warped, too. But I have my depths; ha, and even my great depths! I might gird at a certain shepherd, brain to brain. But no -- O no!" "A strange old piece, ye say!" interposed the maltster, in a querulous voice. "At the same time ye be no old man worth naming -- no old man at all. Yer teeth.
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I read "the here to yonder girl" in i was eight years old and this book was my first novel. i have never forgotten tassie, the main character. after reading the book, the whole new world of books was opened for me at barr elementary school in jackson, mississippi. sarah sheffield yazoo city, mississippiReviews: 1.
out of 5 stars The Here to Yonder Girl (a book from my childhood) Reviewed in the United States on July 6, Verified Purchase. When I was 9 or 10 my grandparents gave me a copy of The Here to Yonder Girl. I don't know what happened to it, but finally at age 70 I decided to try to find another copy.
I had to grit my teeth to spend that 5/5(1). Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hall, Esther Greenacre. Here-to-yonder girl. New York, Macmillan Co., (OCoLC) Get this from a library. The here-to-yonder girl. [Esther Greenacre Hall; Willard Bonté] -- Tassie Tyler has no kin, but does odd jobs for families in the Kentucky mountains.
She works hard and dreams of earning a home, a family, and an education. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, The here-to-yonder girl book towards a web page for every book ever published. The here-to-yonder girl by Esther Greenacre Hall,The Macmillan Company edition, in EnglishPages: From Here to Yonder Paperback – by Guy Braselton (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Click to read more about The Here-To-Yonder Girl by Esther Greenacre Hall. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Esther Greenacre Hall. In other words, from here to yonder describes distance.
The distance may be near or far. We may or may not be able to see what is yonder. Of course, you can always substitute the word there for yonder. They have similar meanings. However, there is a boring word. Yonder adds southern charm.
Comparing yonder to there is like comparing. I think it would be a mistake to assume that yonder generally represents a greater distance from the speaker than there does. Either term, unadorned, is ambiguous as to distance.
The key to conveying a sense of how distant a thing "there" or "yonder" actually is lies in the modifier or modifiers attached to it, although some resulting phrases (such as "over there" and "over.
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In southern regions, a term to describe an unspecified, unknown, or estimated amount of distance between two different points, usually between one's current position and a spot outside the field of vision. Can also be used when referring to a point of interest that can be visibly seen.
Also can be used when referring to the direction in which something or someone is going. yonder (yŏn′dər) adv. In or at that indicated place: the house over yonder. adj. Being at an indicated distance, usually within sight: "Yonder hills," he said, pointing. pron. A distant place, usually within sight.
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A major poet, Hughes also wrote novels, short stories, essays, and plays. He sought to honestly portray the joys and hardships of working-class black lives, avoiding both.
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Men are at work in their almost perpendicular patches of ground, an old woman sits tranquilly spinning under a blossoming almond tree on a crumbling mass of. William Hazlitt's 'On Going a Journey' Witty, Passionate Writing Draws Reader In. Share and let it serve me to brood over, from here to yonder craggy point, and from thence onward to the far-distant horizon?
I should be but bad company all that way, and therefore prefer being alone. Questions for Book Club Discussion on 'Gone Girl' by Author: Richard Nordquist.He had dug the book out of a bookseller’s shop in Malta, captivated by its title, and had, since the day of his purchase, gone at it again and again, getting nibbles of golden meaning by instalments, as with a solitary pick in a very dark mine, until the illumination of an idea struck him that there was a great deal more in the book than.