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Hunter's Marjory A Story for Girls by Margaret Bruce Clarke is a captivating and heartwarming novel that will transport readers to a bygone era. Set in 19th-century England, this story brings to life the world of the eponymous Marjory, a young girl with a strong spirit and an unwavering determination.

One of the most striking aspects of this book is the author's keen attention to detail. Clarke brilliantly recreates the sights, sounds, and social norms of the time period, immersing readers in a vividly described world. From the bustling streets of London to the idyllic countryside, every setting is meticulously painted, making it easy to visualize and feel a part of the story.

The character development in Hunter's Marjory is exceptional. Marjory herself is a relatable and admirable protagonist. Her struggles and triumphs, as well as her growth throughout the narrative, are expertly portrayed. The supporting characters are equally well-drawn, each with their own distinct personalities and concerns. They add depth to the story, complementing Marjory's journey in meaningful ways.

The themes explored in this novel are both universal and timeless. Ambition, friendship, family, and personal identity are central to the plot, and Clarke skillfully weaves them together to create a thought-provoking and emotionally resonant narrative. The book also touches on topics like societal expectations and gender roles, adding layers of complexity to the story.

Clarke's writing style is elegant and evocative, transporting the reader effortlessly into Marjory's world. The prose flows seamlessly, making the book a joy to read. The pacing is just right, keeping readers engaged and invested in the story from beginning to end. Additionally, the author's attention to historical accuracy adds a sense of authenticity to the narrative.

Hunter's Marjory A Story for Girls is a delightful read that will captivate readers of all ages. Margaret Bruce Clarke has crafted an enchanting tale that combines history, adventure, and personal growth into a seamless whole. Whether you are a young girl looking for a relatable and inspiring protagonist or an adult seeking a charming escape into the past, this book is sure to satisfy.

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[Illustration: "My dear child, what is wrong?"]

Hunter's Marjory




Author of "The Little Heiress," etc., etc.

THOMAS NELSON AND SONS London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York 1907


I. Tears, 9 II. A Friend in Need, 23 III. Uncle and Niece, 38 IV. Tea at Hunters' Brae, 52 V. A Visit to the Low Farm, 66 VI. Confidences, 79 VII. Marjory's Apology, 94 VIII. The Secret Chamber, 108 IX. Peter's Story, 124 X. Marjory's Birthday, 144 XI. The Mysterious Stranger, 160 XII. Marjory keeps a Secret, 175 XIII. The Old Chest, 188 XIV. The Prophecies, 202 XV. Twelfth Night, 218 XVI. Miss Waspe gives Good Advice, 232 XVII... Continue reading book >>

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