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The Palace in the Garden

The Palace in the Garden This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced affordable price in an attractive volume so that everyone can

  • Title: The Palace in the Garden
  • Author: Mary Louisa Molesworth
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.

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    1. In the public domain, The Palace in the Garden by Mary Louisa Molesworth is a minor children's book, enjoyable in every way, but I have no trouble understanding why it's been lost to history. Think The Secret Garden with less wonder or Mrs. Nesbits' without the magic. The Palace in the Garden has charm and voice and a really obvious mystery spearheaded by three upper-class Victorian orphans who live with their stern, old grandfather in his silent London house, but who doesn't? As the book opens, [...]

    2. Thanks to Project Gutenberg (NOT Kindle) for this classic. One of Molesworth's less sententious stories, but not as well written as some of her "moral tales" either. The mistake was using Gussie (Gustava, poor scrap) as the first-person narrator. I know children were children longer in those days, but the narrative voice is too young for her age, even then. The story also suffers from the adult author nodding over the child-reader's head at the adult audience, pointing a moral about family confl [...]

    3. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was very well written. I completely understand why the author was called "the Jane Austen of the nursery". In Agatha Christie's book Postern of Fate, Tommy and Tuppence say that two of Molesworth's books to be their childhood favorites.

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