This scarce novel is one of several books set in the fictional
Scottish village of Thrums and written by Sir James Matthew Barrie.
Said to be modelled on Barrie s own home town, Thrums provides the
setting for a tragic novel rich in uncanny details of contemporary
Scottish life and interwoven with a sad tale that deeply resonates
with the life of the author. A must-read for any collector of
Barrie s work and for those who have read and enjoyed his other
books set in Thrums, this haunting novel is sure to be remembered
and deserves its place atop any bookshelf. James Matthew Barrie was
a Scottish novelist and playwright, best known for his timeless
play, Peter Pan. Other notable works by this author include: Licht
Idylls (1889) and Little Minister (1891). Originally published in
1889, this rare classic is proudly republished here with an
introductory biography of the author."
Charles Press Pubs(PA)
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||216 x 140 x 11mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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