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Miss Mackenzie

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Miss Mackenzie is an 1865 novel by Anthony Trollope. It was written in 1864 and published by Chapman & Hall in February 1865. In his 1883 autobiography, Trollope stated that Miss Mackenzie "was written with the desire that a novel may be produced without any love; but even in this attempt it breaks down before the conclusion After spending most of her adult life nursing first her dying uncle, and then her invalid brother Walter, Margaret Mackenzie inherits a significant fortune from Walter at his death. Seeking a place in society, Miss Mackenzie moves to a town called Littlebath, (modeled after Bath, Somerset), and joins a group of Evangelicals centered around the popular local pastor Mr. Stumfold and his wife.
This book is published by the Folio Society and is in a slip-case.
Introduction by Mary Warnock.
Illustrated by Llewellyn Thomas.

Item details

Author(s):
Trollope, Anthony
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1997
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Folio Society

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Miss Mackenzie is an 1865 novel by Anthony Trollope. It was written in 1864 and published by Chapman & Hall in February 1865. In his 1883 autobiography, Trollope stated that Miss Mackenzie "was written with the desire that a novel may be produced without any love; but even in this attempt it breaks down before the conclusion After spending most of her adult life nursing first her dying uncle, and then her invalid brother Walter, Margaret Mackenzie inherits a significant fortune from Walter at his death. Seeking a place in society, Miss Mackenzie moves to a town called Littlebath, (modeled after Bath, Somerset), and joins a group of Evangelicals centered around the popular local pastor Mr. Stumfold and his wife.
This book is published by the Folio Society and is in a slip-case.
Introduction by Mary Warnock.
Illustrated by Llewellyn Thomas.

Author(s):
Trollope, Anthony
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1997
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Folio Society

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