Ella Moon

      Ella Moon
Ella Wheeler Wilcox was one of the Victorian world s most popular poets Born on an impoverished Wisconsin farm, she hungered for fame and fortune As a young farm girl, she caught the attention of East Coast editors Her life became a tapestry of color and melodrama, an epic of American rags to riches She scandalized her generation with verse that seemed too risque for a puritanical nation, but her own married life was the model of Christian propriety.This fictionalized account chronicles her controversial life, not only the glittering heights of international celebrity, but also the nagging fears that tempered her vast and cherished success. New Download Ella Moon Author Ed Ifkovic For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

AKA Edward IfkovicEd Ifkovic taught literature and creative writing at a community college in Connecticut for over three decades, and now, retired, devotes himself to writing fiction His short stories and essays have appeared in such diverse periodicals as the Village Voice, America, Hartford Monthly, and the Journal of Popular Culture He s published fiction with small presses, including a novel based on the life of Victorian poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox A longtime devotee of mystery novels, he fondly recalls his boyhood discovery of Erle Stanley Gardner s Perry Mason series in a family bookcase, and his immediate obsession with the whodunit world When he was fourteen, bored on a lazy summer afternoon, his mother handed him a copy of Edna Ferber s Cimarron for him, a riveting Western about the settling of Oklahoma and the discovery of oil and he stayed up until three in the morning, until, bleary eyed, he finished the novel.

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  • Hardcover
  • 370 pages
  • Ella Moon
  • Ed Ifkovic
  • English
  • 24 May 2018
  • 1878569732

8 thoughts on “ Ella Moon

  1. says:

    I liked this book in the beginning I thought that surely she was so self absorbed because she was a child However, she never really changed, even as she aged I wanted to poke my eyes out with my own fingers I could not relate to her at all She was a self absorbed, recognition crazy narcisist I forced myself to read and discovered once again that life is too short to force yourself to read something you can t stand I was truely bummed because I had always liked her poems, then to find out I liked this book in the begi...

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