The Second Son




      The Second Son
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Margaret Oliphant Wilson Oliphant n e Margaret Oliphant Wilson , was a Scottish novelist and historical writer, who usually wrote as Mrs Oliphant Her fictional works encompass domestic realism, the historical novel and tales of the supernatural.Margaret Oliphant was born at Wallyford, near Musselburgh, East Lothian, and spent her childhood at Lasswade near Dalkeith , Glasgow and Liverpool As a girl, she constantly experimented with writing In 1849 she had her first novel published Passages in the Life of Mrs Margaret Maitland which dealt with the Scottish Free Church movement It was followed by Caleb Field in 1851, the year in which she met the publisher William Blackwood in Edinburgh and was invited to contribute to the famous Blackwood s Magazine The connection was to last for her whole lifetime, during which she contributed well over 100 articles, including, a critique of the character of Arthur Dimmesdale in Nathaniel Hawthorne s The Scarlet Letter.

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  • 03 April 2019

10 thoughts on “ The Second Son

  1. Judith says:

    Edmund thought wistfully, with a certain envy, of his brother s complete escape He had no temptation to put an end to his life, yet a great weariness took possession of him If he could but turn his back on everything, flee far from them Oh, for the wings of a dove But where Not to some foreign land, which was the ordinary, commonplace expedient, to change the sky, but not the mind What Edmund really wanted was to escape from himself and that, alas, is what none can do Theof Marg Edmund thought wistfully, with a certain envy, of his brother s complete escape He had no temptation to put an end to his life, yet a great weariness took possession of him If he could but turn his back on everything, flee far from them Oh, for the wings of a dove But where Not to some foreign land, which was the ordinary, commonplace expedient, to change t...

  2. Allison says:

    I liked it well enough, though she has not the humor nor irony of an Austen Her characters were believable, and yet not very compelling Perhaps I believed in them too much and they were just too normal They all acted their parts very well.

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