Guild Court: A London Story
Sampson Low, 1881 - 72 sider
Guild Court is the 1869 novel by the famous Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister, George MacDonald. The story follows two families through a series of interconnected tales and several twists of fortune. A quaint story with unforgettable characters that made George MacDonald the great author he was know as.
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