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R. D. Blackmore’s Lorna Doone - Sampson Low & Co


Title: Lorna Doone
Author: R. D. Blackmore
Publisher: Sampson Low & Co
Publication Date: Unknown
Format: Hardcover
Condition: This book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear.

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Reader's note

This work is called a ‘romance’ because the incidents, characters, time, and scenery are alike romantic. And in shaping this old tale, the Writer neither dares, nor desires, to claim for it the dignity, or cumber it with the difficulty of an historic novel. And yet he thinks that the outlines are filled in more carefully, and the situations (however simple) more warmly coloured and quickened, than a reader would expect to find in what is called a ‘legend’. And he knows that any child of Exmoor, chancing on this volume, cannot fail to bring to mind the nurse tales of his childhood.