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A Daughter Of Fife

Auhtor: Amelia Edith Barr

Language: english
Published: 1886

Genres:

fiction and literature,  romance
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Review by Timothy B. Riley, May 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Daughter Of Fife':

An innocent story thats worth a read but nothing grand.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Daughter Of Fife':


... but the refreshing tea and cake and fish were at least the vehicle of consolation. As they ate they talked to one another, and David's brooding despair ...
... visit.. It wasna just unpleasant. I ken weel the minister is right. Put on a covering turf noo, Maggie, for the tide serves at six o'clock, and ...
... native longing for the ocean who do not love to go. -back to the great, sweet Mother, Mother and lover of men, the sea. and Allan forgot all ...
... as he walked into Kinkell to see Dr. Balmuto, that he was at the manse before he had realized that he was on the road to it. The doctor had seen him ...
... wi' my ain hand. She found a safe vent for her emotions in the subject, and she continued it until her visitors went. But it was an unwise thing. Raith ...
... tossed to and fro:-a speechless, woe-stricken woman, who watched him with sorrow-haunted eyes, but neither by word, look, nor movement called him to ...
... of Drumloch myself.. Drumloch will be well off with such a laird. I would not fret yourself one moment, uncle. There is more good in a disappointment ...
... How much I love you. You I love even so, And so I learn it. Sweet, you cannot know How fair you are. If fair enough to earn Your love, so much ...
... interview again in debt to self-esteem. The strength of the Scotch mind is in its interrogative quality, and instinctively Mary fell behind the cover ...
... returned, he found Mary still in the parlor. She was playing some noisy, mechanical variation, whose rapid execution was a physical vent for her ...
... could not go. The thing is simply impossible for some months at least. We know neither her name nor her place of residence. I should have ...
... that backed by Ja Caird, they came still more frequently, and were more and more offensive. If she determined to make the best of the matter, and remained ...
... place for you under her own eye. You'll be going back to-morrow '. I'll not go back to Pittenloch again. Then she told him all the wrong and shame ...
... and a wrong to Allan. She had formed this decision as they rode together in the train, and acting upon it, she said, Maggie, what is your name-all ...
... studies-my college duties-. Your first duty was Maggie. You will be a miserable divine, let me tell you, if you have not plenty of humanity in you ...
... I might often see The face of the ocean. That I might see its heaving waves Over the wide ocean, When they chaunt music to their Father Upon the ...
... he met Willie Johnson. I heard tell you were here, Maister Campbell, and I cam' instanter to meet you, sir. You'll hae to bide wi' us to-night, ...
... Troll Winans took her at daylight next morn to whar' she cam' frae. Elder Mackelvine made a grand exhort in the next meeting anent slandering folks ...
... o' wrang.. I am sorry, Davie, very sorry, but-. That is enough. And you are like to do weel to yourself and we may baith say, that He has aye ...
... o' their swords, and the jingle o' their spurs, there wasna an officer at the bridal I'd name in the same breath wi' Lord Lionel Forfar.. But the ...