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The rector"s daughter.

Nora Kathleen Strange

The rector"s daughter.

by Nora Kathleen Strange

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Published by Hurst & Blackett .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination183p.,19cm
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14898901M
ISBN 100090858506
OCLC/WorldCa59072086

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(6).   Classic of the Month: The Rector’s Daughter by F.M. Mayor By Rebecca Foster on Octo I sought this out because Susan Hill hails it as a forgotten classic and it’s included on a list of books to read in your thirties in The Novel Cure.*.

  The books featured on this site are aimed primarily at readers aged 13 or above and therefore you must be 13 years or over to sign up to our newsletter. Please tick this box to indicate that you’re 13 or over. The Rector's Daughter by F.M. : F.M. Mayor. Charlotte, daughter of Reverend Percival Hatton, has been content to follow the path laid out for her. Charlotte has an understanding with Captain Nicolas Paget - every inch the gentleman - who she expects someday to marry. But then she meets Josi.

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). “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 particularly memorable.


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book who are required to live a life constrained by the /5(28). The Rector's Daughter book. Read 57 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Dedmayne Rectory is quietly decaying, its striped chintz and /5. “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 particularly by: 2.

Flora Macdonald Mayor was born in and read history at Cambridge. Five of her novels have been published, one posthumously, and a collection of stories for children.

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Charlotte, daughter of Reverend Percival Hatton, has been content to follow the path laid out for her. The publisher has supplied this book in DRM Free form with digital watermarking.

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The Rector’s Daughter () concerns the life and ill-fated love of Mary Jocelyn, the rector’s daughter in question. She is motherless, and lives a life of obedient graciousness towards her father – who is deeply intellectual, but not able to show his love for his daughter. The Rector’s Daughter is actually the first book I’ve had the pleasure of reading from author Jean Fullerton.

I was so impressed with this story and Ms. Fullerton’s writing style that I’m planning on going back and reading her backlist!4/4(4). Flora Macdonald Mayor was born in and read history at Cambridge.

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Charlotte is the Rector’s daughter, who since her mother’s untimely death has fulfilled the parish duties expected of a Rector’s wife. She is compassionate, clever and courageous, and does what she can to help the parish’s poor and unfortunate.

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