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Armour Wherein He Trusted

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  • Title: Armour Wherein He Trusted
  • Author: Mary Webb
  • ISBN: 9780140162080
  • Page: 430
  • Format: Paperback
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    Armour Wherein He Trusted By Mary Webb

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    1. Mark on said:

      A strange little book, being made up of an unfinished novel, written in a very different style to the other Mary Webb novels, and a collection of short stories and sketches that appeared in various publications I enjoyed the unfinished novel, although it didn t have any of the grandeur or poetic language and imagery of the other books, but the style somehow suited the story of a young boy, really who falls in love and goes off to fight in the Crusades.However, it was the short stories and sketch [...]

    2. Allyson Shaw on said:

      I enjoyed the novel fragment jewel like prose and a fairy tale narrative, creepy at turns and beautifully strange I wish it had been finished it is a gaping, unanswered question The stories are all purple and unforgivably sentimental and yet there are moments of genuine pathos One senses the writer trapped in the notions of her day, wanting both a wide audience as well as to speak truth, and is trapped in between.

    3. Jenny Marchant on said:

      Not I am afraid her best in my opinion, and not one I would recommend.

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