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|Statement||by George MacDonald.|
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Wilfrid Cumbermede book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Title: Wilfrid Cumbermede. A novel.]Publisher: British Library, H /5.
"Wilfrid Cumbermede" at first glance turns up in the category of MacDonald's English-squire novels, as opposed to the Scottish novels he published at regular intervals.
But Wilfrid Cumbermede book novel is a vessel for the part of MacDonald's artistry most responsive to his beloved German authors, and its characters and atmosphere are infused with a spirit /5(11).
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By the end of the book, as an older man, Wilfrid has grown into a measure of Christ's grace. He confesses death to self-will. When given an opportunity to perhaps marry a woman he formerly loved, before she married someone else and was subsequently widowed, he /5(10).
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This much I feel compelled to mention, because it has long been my opinion that no man should attempt a history of himself until he has set foot upon the border-land where the past and the future begin to blend in a consciousness. Wilfrid Cumbermede looks like an autobiographical Bildungsroman (Hein ), but this is in the somewhat unusual sense of the integration of existential experiences into the innermost being of the protagonist.
Wilfrid, the orphaned heir of an old aristocratic family, grows up. Genre/Form: Novels: Additional Physical Format: Online version: MacDonald, George, Wilfrid Cumbermede.
New York, C. Scribner & Co., (OCoLC) Book Description George MacDonald () was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister. Though no longer a household name, his works (particularly his fairy tales and fantasy novels) have inspired deep admiration in such notables as W.
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Literature Network» George MacDonald» Wilfrid Cumbermede» Chapter Chapter It was of no use attempting to look for her--at least I said so to myself, for as yet the attraction of an old book was equal to that of a young girl. Besides, I always enjoyed waiting--up to a certain point.
Therefore I resumed my place on the floor.