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19th NASHBOROUGH Elsie B DonaldChosen By RobertaTrivia Winner Connie S COVE OPINION D, Poor story The book was okay It was hard to find any of the family members to like The families were so dysfunctional. Tried to be a big epic saga, succeeded somewhat but long, wordy, too many characters Many characters were introduced and then went nowhere. (E-pub) é Nashborough á A novel of unusual grace and intelligence, Nashborough is the story of two aristocratic Southern families their triumphs and tragedies set against the backdrop of an era of sweeping changes and new idealsFor generations, the Nash and Douglas families have been the leading citizens of the town of Nashborough In the s, the comfortable traditions and entrenched hierarchies of the South seem firmly fixed in place The younger generation has no reason to think that life will not go on like this foreverBut buffeting changes are about to sweep across the American landscape Over the next three decades, the Depression, World War II, the rising influence of Hollywood, and the burgeoning Civil Rights movement will have a profound effect on both families Yet the most shattering effects of all will come from an increasing desire for personal freedom and its resulting clash with traditional family lifeSeneca Nash, a brilliant lawyer, and his beautiful, courageous, but thoroughly undomesticated wife, Dartania n e Douglas, epitomize the rising generation Theirs is a marriage built upon a compelling infatuation for each other and, equally, for their own individual longings As the country moves further into the modern century, the Nashes and Douglases are witness to enormous change and upheaval that threaten a fast disappearing way of lifeWith Nashborough, Elsie Burch Donald has created a richly imagined tale, weaving together historical events, compelling characters, and a gripping plot in an unforgettable story of the power of family