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This new edition of George MacDonald's 1868 sequel to Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood and the second volume in the Marshmallows trilogy is updated and introduced by Michael Phillips as Volume 9 in The Cullen Collection.

The publication in 1868 of this sequel to Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood capped off one of George MacDonald’s most productive years with a third major fiction work following Robert Falconer and Guild Court.

Set in the Cornwall seaside town of Bude and inspired by a MacDonald family holiday a few years earlier, this novel continues the leisurely pastoral pace of minister Harry Walton’s family. Like Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood, it was first written for “Sabbath reading” in the Sunday Magazine. Almost taking the form of a “family diary,” A Seaboard Parish is yet rich with spiritual insight. Many find more of MacDonald’s memorable nuggets of wisdom in this book than many other of his titles, a wealth deepened by the autobiographical nature of many of the incidents and relationships recounted.
377 pages
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