3 edition of rector"s daughter. A tale for the young found in the catalog.
rector"s daughter. A tale for the young
by Routledge, Warne, & Routledge, Farringdon Street; New York: 56, Walker Street in London, New York
Written in English
|Statement||By Anne Bowman, ... With illustrations.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 316 p. :|
|Number of Pages||316|
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The Rector's daughter, Mary Jocelyn, is "a decline as much a part of her village as its homely hawthorns."Mary's mother is long dead, her brothers have both left England, and Ruth, her sick sister, requires constant care.
Her father, Canon Jocelyn "rather despise[s] the rest of Europe" and is "an austere critic of young women, demanding little of them in action, /5(28). Get this from a library. The rector's daughter: a tale for the young. [Anne Bowman; Alfred Walter Bayes; Dalziel Brothers,]. Interesting to compare the different lifestyles available to young people when this was written ()- from the Victorian upbringing of Mary to the fast-living young set who crop up later in the book, with their slangy talk and casual affairs.
A heartily recommended read; and the end is so beautifully by: 2. Heartrending and heartfelt tale of Mary Jocelyn motherless daughter of the Rector who lives her lonely unfulfilled life in a small country village. She is intimidated into self effacement and self deprecation by her father's insensitivity.
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Thomas J Potter. “The Rector’s Daughter is heartbreaking – not a term I use lightly.” – Rachel Cooke, Observer "It is a remarkable book and confirms you in your remarkable rank." – John Masefield, letter to the author "It is the daughter, Mary Jocelyn, who makes the book Reviews: Buy The Rector's Daughter (Virago Modern Classics) New Ed by Mayor, F.M.
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A heartily recommended read; and the end is so beautifully written. Jeani Rector postulates in her recent book on the Salem Witch trials, Accused: A Tale Of The Salem Witch trials that the ergot virus was responsible as the catalyst for the ensuing massacre of innocent people accused of being evil Witches/5(1).
The Rector's Daughter is a thoughtful, slow-paced novel that shows its age in places, but is still well-written and interesting in its depictions of various relationships - particularly between Mary and her father, Mary and Mr Herbert, and Kathy and Mr Herbert/5(10).
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