gates ajar.

by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps

Publisher: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press in Cambridge

Written in English
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The Gates Ajar was incredibly popular in its day, far more popular than most books that "merit" individual articles on Wikipedia. Also the article on Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward merits expansion Milowent • has spoken , 28 March (UTC). That gate was left ajar for me? For me? For me? Was left ajar for me! That gate ajar stands free for all Who seek through it salvation; The rich and poor, the great and small, Of every tribe and nation. Press onward, then, though foes may frown, While mercy’s gate is open; Accept the cross, and win the crown, Love’s everlasting token.   In it he carried the symbol a step further, picturing the gate ajar as the entry into heaven. 1) Home at last, thy labour done, Safe and blest, the vict’ry won; Jordan passed, from pain set free, Angels now have welcomed thee. Depth of mercy, oh, how sweet, Thus to rest at Jesus’ feet, In yon world of light afar, Safe within the gate ajar. The Gates Ajar is a book about the slow rise of hope on a bleak horizon. Mary is inconsolable after learning of her brother’s death. Soon, she receives a visit from her Aunt Winifred, a young widow, already gray, who has thought very much about death. At Winifred’s arrival, Mary remarks, “A little arrow of light has just cut the gray.

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"The Gates Ajar" is a story of two women dealing with the loss of loved ones during the time of the Civil War. The book depicts what Faust's study revealed about death and loss.

While the suject matter sounds depressing and somber, I found the novel to be otherwise. First of all, I enjoyed reading fiction written during the s/5(7).

Gates Ajar book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Phelps was the author of fifty-seven volumes of fiction, poetry an /5(10). About The Gates Ajar. For the first time in Penguin Classics, Elizabeth Stuart Phelps’s bestselling Civil War classic Elizabeth Stuart Phelps’s Reconstruction-era novel The Gates Ajar, in its portrait of inconsolable grief following the American Civil War, helped to shape enduring American ideas about heaven and demonstrated that for American women, the war didn’t simply end at.

The Gates Ajar starts off with an accurate portrayal of grief over someone's death for the first 15% or so. Then the plot dies and is replaced by a series of theological discussions. Most of that part is dull, except for odd digressions about Swedenborg and how someone eaten by a cannibal would be resurrected/5.

The Gates Ajar by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. The Gates Ajar () was Phelps' best-selling novel about the afterlife, in which heaven is like earth (except better), and the spiritual bodies live in houses, raise families, and share activities similar to those of the living.

She was inspired to write the novel by the deaths of her mother, stepmother and fiance who died during the Civil War in Author: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps.

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Read Chapter VI of The Gates Ajar by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. The text begins: May 9. As I was looking over the green book last night, Aunt Winifred came up behind me and softly laid a bunch of violets down between the leaves.

By an odd contrast, the contented, passionless things fell against those two verses that were copied from the German, and completely covered them from sight. Display Title: The Gate Ajar for Me First Line: There is a gate that stands ajar Tune Title: [There is a gate that stands ajar] Author: Lydia Odell Baxter Source: Precious Hymns (Phil­a­del­phia, Penn­syl­van­ia: Beth­any Sab­bath School, ).

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It is the story of a girl’s struggle to renew her faith despite the death of a beloved brother. The novel was immediately popular, sell copies in the United States andin England; it was translated into at least four.

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Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (Aug Janu ) was an early feminist American author and intellectual who challenged traditional Christian beliefs of the afterlife, challenged women's traditional roles in marriage and family, and advocated clothing reform for women.

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Years ago, I almost knew it by heart, but it has slipped out of memory with many other things of late. Any book, if it be one of those which Lamb calls “books which. Gates Ajar - A Collection Of Hymns And Tunes Antique Sheet Music Hymn Book. Binding is intact, and no pages seem to be loose or missing - However, binding is getting slightly loose.

General wear around the edges from age and Rating: % positive. Novel. When Mary Cabot loses her beloved brother, Union soldier Royal, in the war, she feels angry and alone, but a visit from her widowed aunt Winifred changes Mary's life.

Winifred offers Mary a groundbreaking view of the afterlife: it is a place of loving reunion with all those who have died.

A powerful novel published in about confronting grief, and a timeless manual for optimism. The Gates Ajar by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. Publication date Publisher Fields, Osgood, & Co.

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The Gates Ajar is a religious novel by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (later Elizabeth Phelps Ward) that was immensely popular following its publication and was the second best-selling religious novel of the 19th century.

The novel is presented like a diary by its main protagonist, Mary Cabot, who mourns the death of her brother Royal. The Opium War, Barbarians in the Celestial Empire in the Early Part of the Nineteenth Century and the War by which They Forced Her Gates Ajar By Peter Ward Fay With a new preface by the author.

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