Miss Mackenzie.

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  • English
Chapman and Hall , London
SeriesThe select Library of fiction
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21302146M

Miss Mackenzie is a 35 year old spinster, who has spent the last decade or more of her life caring for her ill and dying brothers. She has a true servant's heart, being quite sweet and unselfish, but it is a joy to see her stand firm when the case calls for it/5().

Miss Mackenzie [Anthony Trollope] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Reading A Love Story Without Love In Anthony Trollope's Miss Mackenzie Miss Mackenzie might not be the most popular of Anthony Trollope's works/5(). Miss Mackenzie was my introduction to Anthony Trollope. His writing is absolutely delightful.

I am not one to pay for kindle books, but before I was even halfway through this book I was hooked enough to purchase an entire collection of Trollope's works. My favorite thing about Trollope's writing is the way he takes ordinary things or situations /5().

Margaret Mackenzie, a spinster in her thirties, receives a large inheritance upon her brother's death. But the money comes with unlooked-for responsibilities-especially a rash of unwelcome suitors.

Miss Mackenzie, whom Trollope described as "a very unattractive old maid" nevertheless has more to /5(5). Get this from a library. Miss Mackenzie. [Anthony Trollope; Frederic Chapman] -- After spending most of her adult life nursing first her dying father and then her invalid brother Walter, Margaret Mackenzie inherits a significant fortune from Walter at his death.

Very unused to. "Miss Mackenzie" by Anthony Trollope is a frequently overlooked, small gem of a novel.

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Margaret Mackenzie is a spinster in her mid-thirties who receives a large inheritance when her brother dies and must then deal with Miss Mackenzie. book comes with the inheritance, including several suitors, who may or may not simply be after her money.

Anthony Trollope depicts Miss Mackenzie 4/5(8). Apple Books Preview. Miss Mackenzie. Anthony Trollope. 1 Rating; Publisher Description.

Margaret Mackenzie, unattractive and colourless at thirty-five, inherited a small fortune at the death of her brother, and for the first time in her drab existence was free to seek some measure of happiness.4/5(1). Miss Mackenzie is in her mid-thirties, and naturally good, when she unexpectedly inherits around £10, enough to live comfortably in She moves to a fashionable watering-place, where she joins Read full review4/5(8).

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MISS MACKENZIE () by Anthony Trollope is the story of "a very unattractive old maid" as the author originally called her. But Trollope must have changed his mind in the writing, because the steadfast and sensible heroine comes across as highly sympathetic to the reader, and once again the subject of love is inescapable/5(4).

Get this from a library. Miss Mackenzie. [Anthony Trollope; A O J Cockshut; John Halperin] -- " [M]iddle-aged spinster Margaret Mackenzie, [is] 'overwhelmed with money troubles', as she tries to assess the worth and motives of four very different suitors.

Margaret Mackenzie, unattractive and colourless at thirty-five, inherited a small fortune at the death of her brother, and for the first time in her drab existence was free to seek some measure of happiness.

To secure this she moved from her gloomy London home to a cheerful apartment in Littlebath where, with an eye on her fortune, she was sought in marriage by the Rev. Jeremiah. Find books like Miss Mackenzie from the world’s largest community of readers.

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Miss Mackenzie is the definition of “other-oriented. These circumstances are the perfect set-up for classic Trollopian swipes and snipes at various fortune-hunters and other obsequies, and more broadly at society’s sexism, classism, and Mammonism/5().

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MISS MACKENZIE. ANTHONY TROLLOPE. First published in book form in CONTENTS. The Mackenzie Family II. Miss Mackenzie Goes to Littlebath III. Miss Mackenzie's First Acquaintances IV.

Miss Mackenzie Commences Her Career V. Showing How Mr Rubb, Junior, Progressed at Littlebath VI.5/5(2). Victorian Novels Written between - Miss Mackenzie by. Anthony Trollope. avg rating — ratings. the Sherlock Holmes omnibus edition should be taken off this list.

Of the Holmes canon, 4 1/2 books (i.e., over 50%) were published after Queen Victioria's death. Miss Mackenzie by Anthony Trollope - In the classic novel Miss Mackenzie, Trollope depicts Margaret Mackenzie, overwhelmed with money troubles, as she tries to Released on: Septem Editions for Miss Mackenzie: (Paperback published in ), (Kindle Edition published in ), (Hardcover published in ), (Kin.

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Genre/Form: Fiction Love stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Trollope, Anthony, Miss Mackenzie. New York: Arno Press, Miss Mackenzie is the definition of “other-oriented. (Indeed, Trollope originally considered naming the novel, and his heroine, “Griselda”, presumably to invoke the folkloric character’s qualities of stolid obedience and endless patience.).

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You can also read the full text online using our ereader. Book Excerpt. Genre/Form: Romance fiction Fiction Love stories: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Trollope, Anthony, Miss Mackenzie. New York: Dover. Miss Mackenzie is an novel by Anthony Trollope.

It was written in and published by Chapman & Hall in February In his autobiography, Trollope stated that Miss Mackenzie "was written with the desire that a novel may be produced without any love; but even in this attempt it breaks down before the conclusion."4/5(57).

Miss Mackenzie Language: English: LoC Class: PR: Language and Literatures: English literature: Subject: Inheritance and succession -- Fiction Subject: England -- Fiction Subject: Love stories Subject: Single women -- Fiction audio books by Jane Austen.Miss MacKenzie: Trollope (Trollope Society Edition of the Novels of Anthony Trollope) JanuaryAshgate Publishing Hardcover in English.Publisher: Dodo Press ISBN Title: Miss MacKenzie (Dodo Press) Item Condition: New.

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