CHAPTER I. JOE BROWNLOW’S FANCY.
The lady said, “An orphan’s fate
Is sad and hard to bear."—-Scott.
“Mother, you could do a great kindness.”
Charlotte Mary Yonge may be "placed" in literary history as the leading novelist of that Anglo-Catholic revival known as Tractarianism, or the Oxford Movement; but this classification cannot explain w...
To say that Charlotte Mary Yonge's writings were designed to illustrate Tractarian principles at work in daily life is to convey a wholly misleading suggestion of dullness and dogmatism. In fact, Yong...