The Daisy Chain “Charlotte Mary Yonge's Victorian bestseller is a domestic story, a novel of female education, and a detailed survey of the controversies and practices of High Church Anglicanism in the 19th century. Its portrayal of the bookish, awkward heroine, Ethel May, paved the way for stories of literary heroines like Jo March and Anne Shirley, and its emphasis on the domestic life of the Ma...
Paperback: 597 pages
Publisher: Beautiful Feet Books (September 1, 2004)
Package Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 1.1 inches
Amazon Rank: 1820570
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It's too bad that this book isn't more popular. It is long but I hated to have it end. She is a fantastic author with fantastic character development. It's a very dynamic book and captures all the innuendos of family life. I highly recommend this boo...
luminates the Victorian doctrine of separate spheres, the seemingly contradictory gender politics of the Woman Question, and the relationship between religion and the rights of women in the 19th century. Absorbing, moving, and intricately plotted, The Daisy Chain is Yonge's best-known novel; this edition will provide the 21st century reader with a comprehensive education in Victorian culture, not to mention a tremendously satisfying reading experience.” - Kelly Hager, Simmons College. 597 pgs.