The Rebellion of Jane Clarke

The Rebellion of Jane Clarke

Book - 2010
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On the eve of the Revolutionary War, Jane Clarke is sent away to Boston when she refuses to accept a marriage proposal from the man her father has chosen. When Jane witnesses British soldiers killing five colonists on a cold March evening in 1770, an event now dubbed "The Boston Massacre," she must question seeming truths and face one of the most difficult choices of her life.
Publisher: New York, NY : William Morrow, c2010
ISBN: 9780061782145
Branch Call Number: GUNNING
Characteristics: x, 273 p. ; 24 cm


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Jun 07, 2012

Good atmosphere of unease in the city and its denizens and great portrayal of a woman with a brain living in this time period -- of what life was like for women who tried to control their own circumstances. The famous Boston figures (esp. John Adams) were fun to rub elbows with and I admired the author’s ability to portray flawed characters who were neither all good nor all bad.

Dec 10, 2010

Expected by her domineering father to marry a man not of her choosing, Jane decides her banishment to Boston is not the worst thing to happen to her. Soon she is enmeshed in pre-revolutionary dissent and finds out what real life is about.

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