A Daughter of Fife

A Daughter of Fife This Elibron Classics edition is a reprint of a edition by Dodd Mead Company New York

  • Title: A Daughter of Fife
  • Author: Amelia E. Barr
  • ISBN: 9781402100086
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Paperback
  • This Elibron Classics edition is a reprint of a 1886 edition by Dodd, Mead Company, New York.

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    1. To the remote Fife fishing village of Pittenloch comes Allan Campbell, a young aristocrat in conflict with his father after refusing to marry his cousin, only to meet and fall in love with a fisher-girl who has just lost her father and three brothers to the sea.Maggie Promoter is the girl in question, tall and beautiful, but not the sort of bride a man of money should be looking for. As the local gossip's say, '"not once in a generation did a fisher-girl marry "out of the boats"', and Allan's fa [...]

    2. A delightful story set in Victorian Scotland. Maggie Promoter has just lost her father and three brothers to the sea and is left alone with her last remaining family, her brother David, who has an ambition to become a Free Kirk preacher. They let a room to Allan Campbell, a young man new to the fishing-village, as David follows the minister's advice to work for a year before going to school.It is full of descriptions of Maggie's life in the village and, through other POV characters, Glasgow, in [...]

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