Ramona by H. JacksonRamona by H. Jackson

Ramona

byH. Jackson

Mass Market Paperback | July 1, 1976

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The Great American Love Story!

Ramona blushed as the handsome young Indian Alessandro looked upon her with favor. A great, star-crossed love was born. But the adopted daughter of Senora Moreno was defying the custom of her people. Her forbidden love would drive her from place to place with Alessandro until tragedy would strike and Ramona would at last come to an understanding of herself.

This extraordinarily popular novel of the Mission Indians of Southern California has entertained a vast, world-wide readership. Now this new edition brings it to still another generation who will thrill to Ramona's inspiring story.

The Great American Love Story!Ramona blushed as the handsome young Indian Alessandro looked upon her with favor. A great, star-crossed love was born. But the adopted daughter of Senora Moreno was defying the custom of her people. Her forbidden love would drive her from place to place with Alessandro until tragedy would strike and Ramon...
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Title:RamonaFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 0.7 inPublished:July 1, 1976Publisher:HarperCollins

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:038000383X

ISBN - 13:9780380003839

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ramona by Helen Hunt Jackson This book is a classic. It is about the love of Ramona (Spanish) and Alexandro (native Indian) set during the time when the California missions were in their very most active. A wonderful love story so very beautifully orchestrated (all without sex!) I read this story about every 10 years and it's always makes me in awe of the degree that Ramona Hunt Jackson is able to put me in the center of things and at the same time, it explains in detail all that the California Missions meant to life in early California. A most enjoyable read!!!
Date published: 2003-02-13

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Ramona blushed as the handsome young Indian Alessandro looked upon her with favor. A great, star-crossed love was born. But the adopted daughter of Senora Moreno was defying the custom of her people. Her forbidden love would drive her from place to place with Alessandro until tragedy would strike and Ramona would at last come to an understanding of herself.