2 edition of Sarah Tuldon found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Orme Agnus [pseud.]. Illustrated by Bertha Newcombe.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.H533 S|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi p., 1 l., 363 p.|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||03012809|
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Sarah Tuldon: A Woman Who Had Her Way, [John C. Higginbotham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The story of Sarah Tuldon is the story of a woman's triumph over the evils of poverty and dirt, ignorance and shiftlessness, temptation Sarah Tuldon book adversity.
Original crimson cloth, with blindstamped framing on front board, lettered and decorated in gilt. Corners rubbed, foxing, front free endpaper, removed, otherwise good.
Agnus/Higginbotham was a follower of Thomas Hardy, writing novels set in "Wessex" (Dorset and the South West), but generally less pessimistic in outlook. "Mr Orme Agnus dares to tread in Mr Hardy's footsteps, but with this. Excerpt from The Root The morning lea der says Sarah Tuldon should live.
There is no character in recent fiction drawn with such a vitality as this Dorsetshire peasant girl whom Agnus has made the heroine of his latest book.' About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic : Orme Angus.
Sarah Tuldon. [+]75c. Little. A popular edition of a book. Sarah Tuldon, an English peasant girl, is the type of heroine which one expects to find in historical novels, but her spirit, energy, good commonsense and generosity are directed towards leavening sordid.
" Orme Agnus" gives us in The Root another story concerning the same world of countrymen with whom he dealt in his last and most enchanting novel, " Sarah Tuldon." Tho present novel, however, is a domestic tragedy of a very poignant type, and " Orme Agana " treats it in such a manner that his readers will find the book almost too moving.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Bertha Newcombe books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. SARAH TULDON'S LOVERS.* IT was not in human nature for a reader of Sarah Tuldon to refrain from hoping that " Orme Agnus " would tell us more of that Dorsetshire peasant's daughter who, in her parents' lifetime, had already made herself famous through- out the countryside for her character and beauty.
Bertha Newcombe (–) was the fourth of seven children of an entrepreneurial father with an interest in education and art, and grew up mainly in Surrey. Aged 19 she entered the Slade School of Art in London, and later is believed to have studied at the Académie Colarossi in Paris. She exhibited works in the French naturalist style in the Paris Salon and at the Society of Lady Artists Known for: Painting and Illustration.
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* “Sarah Tuldon”, (sl) The Auckland Weekly News. Town and Country Journal May 21 * Sarah Tuldon’s Ride, (ex) ; from Sarah Tuldon. The Novel Magazine Feb * Strategy, (ss) The Red Magazine Sep * The Tyrant’s Way, (ss) Cassell’s Magazine of Fiction Jan * The Umania Affair, (ss) The Royal Magazine Feb The ' Evening Star' serial stories are carefully selected, and it will be pleasing to those of our readers who enjoyed the story in these columns to learn that ' Sarah Tuldon, the Woman Who Had Her Way,' by Orcne Agnus, is meeting with big success in its volume form, three editions having been called for.
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More information on many of these authors, and on other books of theirs, is contained in. Setting The Scene In Wessex - The 'Country House' Saga. Angus wrote a series of realist novels about rebellious heroine Sarah Tuldon, set in the village of “Barleigh” which Rodney Legg's Literary Dorset calls “a thinly disguised Bere Regis”: Love The book is now hard to find, but evidently has an unusual 'take' on the.Book your order early arid prevent disappointment.' The " Farmer's Favorite " Drill can't be beaten.
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