The Peasant Girl's Dream
A strong yet tranquil narrative of love woven around the harsh climate of the Scottish Highlands. A story of love: between friends, between parent and child, between brother and sister, between man and woman, and between a simple boy and his God.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - charlie68 - LibraryThing
Pretty good book by Mr. MacDonald. I found the use of Scottish dialect hard to follow and at times the writing was a little pedantic but still an enjoyable read. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - DSFord - LibraryThing
"The Peasant Girl's Dream" originally published by George MacDonald in 1893. Edited by Michael R. Phillips and retitled in 1989. Setting is in MacDonald's beloved Scotland, in the low highlands of the ... Read full review