The Midgets House (A Circus Story…A Love Story…A Ghost Story)


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We never learn her name, but the protagonist and principle narrator "Miss M. Hers is the story of a person who, though at home in nature and literature, is physically, spiritually, and intellectually out of place in the world.


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Her exact size is never made clear and seems to shift throughout the story. At times she is described as being of Thumbellina-like smallness. She recounts that she remembers as a child her father lifting her up in the palm of his hand to see herself in a small mirror. At the age of five or six, while sitting on a pomade jar watching her father shaving, she remembers being frightened when a jackdaw, attracted by her colorful red clothing, starts pecking at the window pane to get at her.

She says she jumped up in alarm and ran away, tripping over a hairbrush, and falling sprawling beside a watch on his dressing table. She reads books that are taller than she is; and even at age twenty is carried on a tray and walks across the dining table. Yet she becomes a skilled horsewoman—riding sidesaddle on a pony—and at one point, we are told, can pass for a ten-year-old child.

Notwithstanding her stature Miss M. She reads Elizabethan poetry, seventeenth century prose, and nineteenth century novels. Her family dotes on her, especially her grandfather, who is French, and who delights sending her miniature books and finely crafted custom furniture he has made for her. But her mother dies in a fall, possibly from fainting when Miss M. The house and furniture are sold to pay his debts. Miss M.

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Most of the book's narrative covers the events of the twelve-month period between Miss M. She lodges in the house of a dour but kindly, somewhat Dickensian landlady, Mrs. Bowater, whose absent husband "follows the sea. Bowater has a daughter Miss M. She comes home for the school holidays with a present for Miss M.

The two go out together at night to study astronomy, though when they return home Fanny confides that the stars have never attracted her: "'Angels' tintacks' as they say in the Sunday schools. Fanny Bowater was looking for the moon.

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But what can you expect from two young women who read Wuthering Heights together? He confides in Miss M. She later learns Mr. Crimble has cut his throat with a knife.

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Fanny also repeatedly borrows money from Miss M. Anon, a name intended to be symbolic. Pale, dark-haired, and angular, Mr. Anon is a dwarf only four inches taller than herself.

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He lives in a cottage on the edge of the park of an abandoned mansion and has observed Miss M. Fanny calls Mr. Anon misshapen and ugly, but Miss M. More Details Original Title. Sarasota, Florida United States. Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Midget's House , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 30, A. I loved this book. The book essentially tells the story of two women, Marisa, who is starting her life over after loss, and the ghostly Lucinda, whose truth has been lost in time.

Their stories interweave in a fascinating tale of mystery, ghosts, romance, and circus history until they c I loved this book.

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Their stories interweave in a fascinating tale of mystery, ghosts, romance, and circus history until they collide in a tense conclusion. Now this change could have easily become disjointed, but the author makes the transition seamless, and as a reader I flowed through the story effortlessly.

Both Marisa and Lucinda are compelling characters -never seeming helpless or weak, even when they faced adversity- and you are naturally pulled into their captivating parallel stories. The book is also rich in alluring backdrops of setting and description. Both worlds come to life exquisitely as the book takes you on a charismatic journey through modern Florida and the bygone era of the heydays of carnivals and circuses. I really enjoyed this book. It was an awesome blend of historical fiction, paranormal spookiness and intriguing mystery and was very well-written.

The two separate viewpoints--Lucinda's and Marisa's--could very well have made the story disjointed, but the author did an excellent job of keeping the transition between their POV's and different timelines flowing smoothly and effortlessly. Lucinda's story was the highlight of the book for me with her descriptions of life as a midget "freak" in circus I really enjoyed this book. Lucinda's story was the highlight of the book for me with her descriptions of life as a midget "freak" in circuses and sideshows in the 's.

She was a great character, who, despite all the ridicule and insults she received as a little person, still managed to remain strong and beautiful. Marisa's modern day timeline also had its enjoyable aspects with her struggles to keep the intriguing Midget House from being demolished by land developers.

The author obviously spent a great deal of time researching her topic and it shows in the excellent writing. Well done, Ms. I wish there was a 4. The setting jumps between the "freak" shows of the 's circus culture and current day Florida's real-estate boom.

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This book is similar in a lot of ways to Water for Elephants, which I also liked. As the title says, it is a love story, a ghost story and a circus story. With that many genres, it could make a book seem jumbled, but Ms. Bartholomew did a great job at making all the elements work to I wish there was a 4. Bartholomew did a great job at making all the elements work together very well. The writing flowed well enough, even given the jumps in setting, to allow me to forget I was reading and just feel like I was experiencing the story.

This, to me, is the litmus test for a good book.

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