Elizabeth and her German Garden (FULL Audio Book) by Elizabeth von Arnim (1866-1941) Elizabeth and Her German Garden is a novel by Elizabeth von Arnim, first published in 1898; it was very popular and frequently reprinted during the early years of the 20th century. The story is a year’s diary written by the protagonist Elizabeth about her experiences learning gardening and interacting with her friends. It includes commentary on the beauty of nature and on society, but is primarily humorous due to Elizabeth’s frequent mistakes and her idiosyncratic outlook on life. She looked down upon the frivolous fashions of her time writing “I believe all needlework and dressmaking is of the devil, designed to keep women from study.’ The book is the first in a series about the same character. It is noteworthy for being published without a named author. (Summary by Wikipedia) Related PostsElizabeth and her German Garden (FULL Audio Book) (3/3)Elizabeth and her German Garden (FULL Audio Book) (1/3)Elizabeth and her German Garden, by Elizabeth von ArnimThe Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnette Childrens Story Full Audio Book Kids StoriesRachel’s Day in the Garden – A Kids Yoga Stories Audio Yoga Book for KidsEnglish listening Practice – The Secret Garden – Audio picture book – Grade 3
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