|Title:||Opal: The Journal of an Understanding Heart|
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CHAPTER VI Opal Gives Wisdom to the Potatoes, Cleanliness to the Family Clothes, and a Delicate Dinner to Thomas Chatterton Jupiter Zeus. CHAPTER VII The Adventure of the Tramper; and what Happens on Long and on Short Days. CHAPTER VIII How Opal Takes a Walk in the Forest of Chantilly; she Visits Elsie and her Baby Boy, and Explains Many Things to the Girl that Has no Seeing. CHAPTER IX Of an Exploring Trip with Brave Horatius; and how Opal Kept Sadness away from her Animal Friends. CHAPTER X How Brave Horatius is Lost and Found again, but Peter Paul Rubens is Lost Forever. CHAPTER XI How Opal Took the Miller’s Brand out of the Flour-Sack, and Got Many Sore Feels thereby; and how Sparks Come on Cold Nights; and how William Shakespeare Has Likings for Poems.
Personal Name: Whiteley, Opal Stanley. Rubrics: Frontier and pioneer life Oregon Poetry Nature. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Opal, the journal of an understanding heart, Opal Whiteley ; adapted by Jane Boulton online for free.
by Whiteley, Opal Stanley; Sedgwick, Ellery, 1872-1960. Publication date c1920. Publisher Boston : The Atlantic Monthly Press. Collection ; americana. Digitizing sponsor MSN. Contributor New York Public Library.
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Opal Whitely was a little orphan girl taken in by the wife of a lumberman in turn-of-the-century Oregon. A budding young naturalist and preciously gifted writer, Opal kept a journal of her difficult life on scraps of paper. When she was around twelve, a foster sister found her journal and tore it up into tiny pieces
A journal of a child genius, misunderstood by the world and condemned by "civilized" society. For those whom Nature loves, the Story of Opal is an open book. They need no introduction to the journal of this Understanding Heart. But the world veils the spirit and callouses the instincts, dulls honest curiosity and replaces it with criticism and doubt. Those who are removed from Nature demand facts and backgrounds, theories and precise explanations.
ISBN13: 9781169987005 ISBN10: 1169987001.
They called her Opal Whiteley, but she was actually not the biological child of the Ma and Pa Kettlesque Whiteleys. They had adopted her a year or more before, giving her the name of a daughter her age who had died. She herself said her name was Francoise, and it ultimately developed that she was probably Francoise d'Orleans, the daughter of Henri, Duc d'Orleans, noted explorer, naturalist and author. Published as a book by Atlantic Monthly Press in 1920 when Opal Whiteley was in her early twenties, The Journal of an Understanding Heart was greeted with great critical acclaim. The New York Times said, "Opal Whiteley is a child Saint Francis in the joyousness that pervades her, and her passionate sympathy with all nature - animate and inanimate - is that of the saint.