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Review: The Daisy ChainUser Review - Goodreads
In its day, The Daisy Chain was extremely popular. Published in 1856 and very much in the style of the day, Charlotte M Yonge's novel reinforced all of the mores of mid-Victorian England. Religion ...
Review: The Daisy Chain, Or, Aspirations: A Family ChronicleUser Review - Goodreads
This is a 600-page Victorian family story. It's unabashedly didactic, but the characters (especially Ethel, who seems like an inspiration for Jo March) and the (relative) lack of melodrama make it tolerable. I may even read the sequel.
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