George MacDonald’s final full-length, realistic Scottish novel, replete with dense native dialect and spiritual themes. The repentance (through “fire”) of a young minister, recognizing the sham of his outward spirituality, is reminiscent of Thomas Wingfold’s spiritual journey, and thus establishes Salted With Fire as a work of lasting importance in the MacDonald corpus. 

[Original Print: 1897, Hurst & Blackett]

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