The House Without Windows: and Eepersip's Life There

The House Without Windows and Eepersip s Life There n eight year old Barbara Newhall Follett began writing The House Without Windows as a birthday present for her mother on the small portable typewriter she had been using since she was four years

  • Title: The House Without Windows: and Eepersip's Life There
  • Author: Barbara Newhall Follett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • n 1923, eight year old Barbara Newhall Follett began writing The House Without Windows as a birthday present for her mother on the small portable typewriter she had been using since she was four years old Though later that year her manuscript burned in a house fire, she rewrote the entire story and her father, Wilson Follett, an editor at Knopf, supervised its publicationn 1923, eight year old Barbara Newhall Follett began writing The House Without Windows as a birthday present for her mother on the small portable typewriter she had been using since she was four years old Though later that year her manuscript burned in a house fire, she rewrote the entire story and her father, Wilson Follett, an editor at Knopf, supervised its publication in 1927 In this extended fantasy, a young girl, Eepersip, runs away from home to live in idyllic Nature successively, a meadow, the sea, and, finally, the mountains.

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    1. The House Without Windows is a strange book. It tells the story of Eepersip, a young girl who runs away from her mother and father to live in the forest and make friends with the animals. So far, so fairytale, right?It’s particularly odd, though, because it was written by a young girl. Apparently a young girl with one hell of a talent for daydreaming. As such, it reads very strangely. Her father helped her with spelling and grammar but didn’t touch any of the content. As a result, the text i [...]

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