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Ellen Glasgow

Ellen Anderson Gholson Glasgow (April 22, 1873 - November 21, 1945) was an American novelist who portrayed the changing world of the contemporary south.

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Ellen Glasgow House
... Ellen Glasgow House, also known as Branch-Glascow House, was a home of writer Ellen Glasgow ...
List Of Fairfax County Public Schools Middle Schools - Ellen Glasgow Middle School
... Ellen Glasgow Middle School (Cluster 3 Grades 6-8) is part of the Fairfax County Public School system ... It was named for the novelist Ellen Glasgow ... Glasgow follows the modified school year calendar, which means students return to school two weeks earlier than most schools in the county and get out of school two weeks ...
Robert Frost Middle School (Fairfax County, Virginia) - Ellen Glasgow Middle School
... Ellen Glasgow Middle School (Cluster 3 Grades 6-8) is part of the Fairfax County Public School system ... It was named for the novelist Ellen Glasgow ... Students at Glasgow participate in the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program (IBMYP), and work towards earning an International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma in high school ...

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    What I hated even more than the conflict was the lurid spectacle of a world of unreason.
    Ellen Glasgow (1873–1945)

    Apart from letters, it is the vulgar custom of the moment to deride the thinkers of the Victorian and Edwardian eras; yet there has not been, in all history, another age ... when so much sheer mental energy was directed toward creating a fairer social order.
    —Ellen Glasgow (1873–1945)

    I know that each stage is not going to last forever. I used to think that when he was little. Whenever he was in a bad stage I thought that he was going to be like that for the rest of his life and that I’d better do something to shape him up. When he was in a good state, I thought he was going to be a perfect child and I would never have to worry; he was always going to stay that way.
    —Anonymous Parent of An Eight-Year-Old. As quoted in Between Generations by Ellen Galinsky, ch. 4 (1981)