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Black-Eyed Susan

by Ethel Calvert Phillips

In the quaint English countryside, a pair of mesmerizing dark eyes bore a destiny both captivating and challenging. "Black-Eyed Susan" by Ethel Calvert Phillips unravels a tale of resilience, love, and societal expectations in the late 19th century. Meet Susan Carr, known as Black-Eyed Susan, a young woman whose journey through life defies the conventions of her time. A storm of financial hardships threatens to uproot the tranquil existence of Susan's farming family, setting the stage for a spirited narrative. In a society that expects conformity from women, Susan dauntlessly tackles the trials life throws at her, navigating heartbreak and societal prejudices with unwavering determination. The story is a tapestry of emotions, where love intertwines with resilience. Susan's pursuit of love and happiness, amidst societal norms and expectations, paints a vivid picture of her strength and character. Ethel Calvert Phillips crafts her tale with a poignant and descriptive writing style, bringing the idyllic English countryside and its resilient protagonist to life. "Black-Eyed Susan" is not merely a story; it's a reflection of an era and a testament to the strength of the human spirit. Join Susan as she defies the odds, redefining her destiny in a world where the heart's desires often clash with societal dictates.

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English

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English

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1921

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