Aunt Crete's Emancipation

Grace Livingston HILL (1865 - 1947)

Aunt Lucretia — 'Crete' to her family — is a sweet, patient older woman, who lives with her narrow-minded sister and spoilt niece, acting as their unpaid and unappreciated domestic servant. When they leave town in order to avoid the unexpected visit of a "backwoods" cousin, she is left at home to welcome him. She's willing to love him whatever he's like, and he's looking for a home having lost his mother years before, so the two are ready to become fast friends. But what does that mean for Aunt Crete's prejudiced relatives and how can their wrongs against her be remedied? - Summary by Cori

Genre(s): Family Life

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 1 - A Telegram and a Flight Cori Samuel
00:17:14
Play 02 2 - The Backwoods Cousin Cori Samuel
00:16:28
Play 03 3 - A Wonderful Day Cori Samuel
00:27:23
Play 04 4 - Aunt Crete Transformed Cori Samuel
00:23:14
Play 05 5 - Luella and Her Mother are Mystified Cori Samuel
00:20:19
Play 06 6 - An Embarrassing Meeting Cori Samuel
00:25:32
Play 07 7 - Luella’s Humiliation Cori Samuel
00:17:15
Play 08 8 - Aunt Crete’s Partnership Cori Samuel
00:13:48