PDF The Barefoot Girl: A Novel of St. Margaret, Patroness of the Abused
Ra los m s sensiblesEl libro s ntretenido drama sta impregnado n letras "Hasta Final De La "el final de la dando lugar peue os destellos de felicidad ntre las l neas llenas de palabras Esta novela pretende ser una ficci n hist rica de la vida de Santa Margarita Descalza una Santa Medieval de la Iglesisa Cat lica Desafortunadamente The Shadow Reader el relato no le hace justicia a la Patrona de los abusados y de los matrimonios dif ciles Aunuen ciertos momentos la autora trata de transmitir Cinderella Unmasked (Fairytale Fantasies el drama ue sufre una Margarita atrapadan la dad media con un sposo abusador y The Power Of A Choice el peso de sus dudas y creenciass claro ue n la mayor parte del libro no lo hace de una manera habilidosa Este libro s tristemente una oportunidad perdida This was a uick read but I wouldn t call it light Margherita is a peasant girl in 1300s Italy Her mother and father work the fields and attempt to sell whatever cheese and ggs they produce They barely make a living Margherita 15 is developing sexual curiosity and with it a beautiful face that attracts many a male ye Thus she not only attracts her lover Antonio a fellow peasant but also the The Case for Paleolibertarianism and Realignment on the Right eye of a noble man Dominico In the blink of anye Margherita is sold to the wealthy Dominico and uprooted Nd hauls her off to a foreign violent life full of strangers and strange customs At the Vasari castle she is given powders perfumes and gowns of silk But for these fineries Margharita pays a dear price Vasari beats her viciously and without warning ven when she becomes pregnant So Margharita be. ,
Novel of St Margaret Such an inspiration to appreciate what you can do for others I read this book in one morning and my daughter read it in the same afternoon This book was okayit was good to read to pass the time at the doctor s offie but not one that I would highly recomend to a friend Fabulous book This is not a preachy book but a book about helping ach other and rising above our situation Interesting read but obviously has no real historical accuracy It makes me wonder if this saint would approve of the author s writing Aside from The Sexual Content And Graphic Descriptions It S Not A sexual content and graphic descriptions it s not a story From sinner to saint and the journey in betweenWhen my friend described to me this book I had a completely different "Picture Of What It Was About In "of what it was about in head She told me only about the material wealth and the abuse suffered by Margaret but not the spiritual aspect of this book which is one of the main themes Also Tried to return this book to the person who I was sure thrust it into my hands and said You should read this and she told me That s not my book Now to figure out who did give it to me Es la segunda vez ue lo leo Tuve ue releerlo ya ue no me acordaba muy bien de la ue lo leo Tuve ue releerlo ya ue no me acordaba muy bien de la La historia s realista dura pa. San Severino Italy 1340 Fifteen year old Margharita is toiling in her family's meager field when a handsome gentleman rides in with a proposal of marriage After only a few words with her fatherMaster Domenico Vasari tears Margharita away from the family she cherishes and the farm boy she loves Rom the only home she has ver known and from the lover of her choice and from her family and thrown into the world of the wealthy a world this barefoot girl does not know Margherita now has it all Wealth food fancy dresses servants But she has a large price to pay for it all She cannot see her family ver again Her husband abuses her insults her and imprisons her In her despair Margherita begins to become religious and does not wish to sit there among all the wealth while people outside the gates are starving as she once was She takes off her fine dresses and risking Dominico s wrath and fists gives food and comfort to the poor When Dominico catches her it won t be a pleasant xperience Even a baby in her womb will not stop him from hurting her and in the 1300s women had no rights What "SHALL BECOME OF MARGHERITA HER BABY THE POOR PEOPLE "become of Margherita Her baby The poor people on her bread I njoyed this novel I found it thought voking and hard to put down I specially liked the fact that a young woman placed in terrible circumstances simply makes the most of it by giving to others I also liked the fact that the book gets to the point The author didn t fill it up with ach character s past history or descriptions of trees and whatnot A good rea. Gins to pray fervently and furtively to the Blessed Mother and Saint Mary Magdalene For her safety for her unborn child and for the starving masses surrounding the castle walls Only then does the Virgin Mother reveal Margharita's fate to her "And Why She Will "why she will be known as the Barefooted On.