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Indulge Yourself with the best classic literature on Your PDA. Navigate easily to any novel from Table of Contents or search for the words or phrases. Features Navigate from Table of Contents or search for words or phrases Make bookmarks, notes, highlights Searchable and interlinked. Access the e-book anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway. Automatic sync Indulge Yourself with the best classic literature on Your PDA. Navigate easily to any novel from Table of Contents or search for the words or phrases. Features Navigate from Table of Contents or search for words or phrases Make bookmarks, notes, highlights Searchable and interlinked. Access the e-book anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway. Automatic synchronization between the handheld and the desktop PC. You could read half of the book on the handheld, then finish reading on the desktop. Table of Contents List of Works in Alphabetical Order List of Works in Chronological OrderGeorge MacDonald Biography Novels:Adela CathcartAlec Forbes of HowglenAnnals of a Quiet NeighbourhoodAt the Back of the North WindAt the Back of the North Wind by Elizabeth Lewis and George MacDonaldDavid ElginbrodDonal GrantA Double StoryThe Elect LadyThe Flight of the ShadowGutta Percha Willie: the Working GeniusHeather and SnowHome Again: A TaleThe History of Photogen and NycterisThe Light PrincessLilithMalcolmThe Marquis of LossieMary MarstonPaul Faber, SurgeonPhantastesThe Princess and CurdieThe Princess and the GoblinRanald Bannerman's BoyhoodRobert FalconerA Rough ShakingSalted With FireThe Seaboard ParishSir GibbieSt. George and St. MichaelThere & BackThomas Wingfold, CurateThe Vicar's DaughterWarlock o' GlenwarlockWeighed and WantingWhat's Mine's MineWilfrid CumbermedeNon-Fiction:A Dish Of OrtsEngland's AntiphonThe Hope of the GospelMiracles of Our LordThe Tragedie of HamletUnspoken SermonsPlays:If I Had A FatherShort Stories:Cross PurposesThe ShadowsFar Above RubiesStephen Archer and Other TalesThe Gifts of the Child ChristThe Butcher's BillsPort in a StormThe Portent and Other StoriesRampolliPoetry: A-ZA Book of Strife in the Form of The Diary of an Old SoulThe poetical works of George MacDonald in two volumes — Volume 1The poetical works of George MacDonald in two volumes — Volume 2


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Indulge Yourself with the best classic literature on Your PDA. Navigate easily to any novel from Table of Contents or search for the words or phrases. Features Navigate from Table of Contents or search for words or phrases Make bookmarks, notes, highlights Searchable and interlinked. Access the e-book anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway. Automatic sync Indulge Yourself with the best classic literature on Your PDA. Navigate easily to any novel from Table of Contents or search for the words or phrases. Features Navigate from Table of Contents or search for words or phrases Make bookmarks, notes, highlights Searchable and interlinked. Access the e-book anytime, anywhere - at home, on the train, in the subway. Automatic synchronization between the handheld and the desktop PC. You could read half of the book on the handheld, then finish reading on the desktop. Table of Contents List of Works in Alphabetical Order List of Works in Chronological OrderGeorge MacDonald Biography Novels:Adela CathcartAlec Forbes of HowglenAnnals of a Quiet NeighbourhoodAt the Back of the North WindAt the Back of the North Wind by Elizabeth Lewis and George MacDonaldDavid ElginbrodDonal GrantA Double StoryThe Elect LadyThe Flight of the ShadowGutta Percha Willie: the Working GeniusHeather and SnowHome Again: A TaleThe History of Photogen and NycterisThe Light PrincessLilithMalcolmThe Marquis of LossieMary MarstonPaul Faber, SurgeonPhantastesThe Princess and CurdieThe Princess and the GoblinRanald Bannerman's BoyhoodRobert FalconerA Rough ShakingSalted With FireThe Seaboard ParishSir GibbieSt. George and St. MichaelThere & BackThomas Wingfold, CurateThe Vicar's DaughterWarlock o' GlenwarlockWeighed and WantingWhat's Mine's MineWilfrid CumbermedeNon-Fiction:A Dish Of OrtsEngland's AntiphonThe Hope of the GospelMiracles of Our LordThe Tragedie of HamletUnspoken SermonsPlays:If I Had A FatherShort Stories:Cross PurposesThe ShadowsFar Above RubiesStephen Archer and Other TalesThe Gifts of the Child ChristThe Butcher's BillsPort in a StormThe Portent and Other StoriesRampolliPoetry: A-ZA Book of Strife in the Form of The Diary of an Old SoulThe poetical works of George MacDonald in two volumes — Volume 1The poetical works of George MacDonald in two volumes — Volume 2

30 review for Works of George MacDonald. Phantastes, The Princess and Curdie, Lilith, Unspoken Sermons, At the Back of the North Wind, more Novels, Non-Fiction, Plays, Short Stories and Poetry

  1. 5 out of 5

    Larry Marshall

    Good stories for books written in the 1800's. Good stories for books written in the 1800's.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Grace

    This book has Phantases, the portent, the golden key, works of fancy and imagination, the history of photogen and nycteris, the princess and Curdie, and Donald Grant. I read most of these. Phantases: a little strange and hard to follow, but good if you like fairy tales The Portent: I don't remember what happens in this one The Golden Key: I LOVED this story. It is beautiful Works of fancy and imagination: some of this is pretty creepy the history of photogen and nycertis: This is an OK fairy tale. N This book has Phantases, the portent, the golden key, works of fancy and imagination, the history of photogen and nycteris, the princess and Curdie, and Donald Grant. I read most of these. Phantases: a little strange and hard to follow, but good if you like fairy tales The Portent: I don't remember what happens in this one The Golden Key: I LOVED this story. It is beautiful Works of fancy and imagination: some of this is pretty creepy the history of photogen and nycertis: This is an OK fairy tale. Nothing particularly notable one way or the other The Princess and Curdie: not as good as the Princess and the Goblin, but still a fun read Donald Grant: has some strange theology in it and is a little creepy in places

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ange

    Starting off with ALEX FORBES OF HOWGLEN. Hard to understand the Scottish dialect. Annuals of a Quiet Neighborhood. Starting off really well. Young pastor getting to know his people. Kinda gothic. "most hurtful of all beings under the sun, an unwomanly woman." David Elginbrod. Excellent. Geo. does go on about Calvinist. David is a Christ-like character. Saint with a capitol S. Fun with elements of the gothic. Donal Grant--somewhat Gothic. Lots of theology in Scottish. Drawn out good story. Double St Starting off with ALEX FORBES OF HOWGLEN. Hard to understand the Scottish dialect. Annuals of a Quiet Neighborhood. Starting off really well. Young pastor getting to know his people. Kinda gothic. "most hurtful of all beings under the sun, an unwomanly woman." David Elginbrod. Excellent. Geo. does go on about Calvinist. David is a Christ-like character. Saint with a capitol S. Fun with elements of the gothic. Donal Grant--somewhat Gothic. Lots of theology in Scottish. Drawn out good story. Double Story--Fairy Tale. Very moral tale. Written for older folks. MacDonald said something like God picks his elect because he knows they are really good. The Elect Lady--Again a story of several "good" people. Far Above Rubies--Nice story about a young wife. THE FLIGHT OF THE SHADOW--kinda gothic. About a young lady & her beloved uncle living on the edge of a heath. Another Elect Lady--Molly & Walter. LILITH--very very long. Good story I guess. Malcolm--& it's continuation Gutta Percha Willie: the Working Genius. The beginning is fun with a nice little boy (Willie) that could see how dumb some fairy tales are. Mary Marston--nice long story of a shop keeper and the prejudices of society and the bad local churches....8/31/14 Paul Faber, Surgeon--(pretty sure this will be a re-read.) Decided not to read it again. Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood (1871)--enjoyed a lot. A Rough Shaking--About a perfect boy and how through many trials finds his proper place in the world. think I read this before. SALTED WITH FIRE--a nice Scottish story of a pastor growing up THE SEABOARD PARISH--A story about his family sending a season at the seaside. Skipped through all the sermons and theological discussions. He had interesting things to say about raising a family. SIR GIBBIE - nice little story ST. GEO. & ST. MICHAEL - Takes place during the civil war during Cromwell's time. Nice story about true love. THERE & BACK--About a young man Richard that didn't know who is father was or recognized his heavenly father. Doesn't bother to read the Scriptures. Thomas Wingfold, Curate--Character from There & Back. With his courtship of Helen. Skipped sermons... The Vicar's Daughter -- third part of trilogy with daughter supposedly writing it. WARLOCK O' GLENWARLOCK --No surprises. His typical love story with lots of theology. WEIGHED AND WANTING --

  4. 4 out of 5

    Martin Moleski

    I've been picking away at this huge Kindle collection, on and off, for a few months. I like the fact that it is cheap ($2) and preserves the original Scotch dialect. I haven't tried any of the contemporary "translated" editions, but I feel so proud of myself for getting enough sense out of the "the broad Saxon" not to lose the thread of the story entirely. 'Lat the laddie gang his ain gait, 'uman,' interposed David. 'The thing born in 'im 's better for him nor the thing born in anither. A man mau I've been picking away at this huge Kindle collection, on and off, for a few months. I like the fact that it is cheap ($2) and preserves the original Scotch dialect. I haven't tried any of the contemporary "translated" editions, but I feel so proud of myself for getting enough sense out of the "the broad Saxon" not to lose the thread of the story entirely. 'Lat the laddie gang his ain gait, 'uman,' interposed David. 'The thing born in 'im 's better for him nor the thing born in anither. A man maun gang as God made him.' Sounds about right! There are many disadvantages to the electronic omnibus. It is hard to tell where I am in the book. I cannot rank individual components individually here on Goodreads. The Kindle note format is unusable on the Kindle and only just barely tolerable on the Kindle PC reader. I've lost track of how much I've read. A few quick notes to help keep me oriented: * The Golden Key. Left me cold. I may have to try it again later. * Heather and Snow: a long courtship, finally ending in marriage when the boy becomes a man. A real chick flick--lots to cry about! * The History of Gutta-Percha Willie: another homespun saint, but less theological and moralistic than the Malcolm saga. * Home Again: poet finds peace back on the farm. * Hope of the Gospel: I ran my eyes over it, but I prefer MacDonald's theology and preaching better in his works of fiction than in such solid, serious essays. * Lillith: Bizzare, surrealistic, unorthodox, nightmarish, but as close as a Scottish dissenter might come to the idea of Purgatory. * Malcolm: A great Victorian novel with wonderful Dickensian characters, but using Scottish archetypes instead of English. The dialect is hard going. * The Marquis of Lossie: the rest of Malcolm's story. A portrait of the making of a saint and a new Heaven on earth. Much less dialect! I really got caught up in Malcolm and the Marquis of Lossie, reading into the wee small hours of the morning. This is where the electronic format is so frustrating. I could only guess how much of each book was left from feeling the plot lines approaching the climax. Turning paper pages provides a lot more feedback!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Little Red Readinghood

    Includes children's stories and adult. Written during the Victorian period with the best that period has to offer. Dip in and read a book and savour the language and descriptions. C S Lewis considered this author as his mentor and inspiration. Includes children's stories and adult. Written during the Victorian period with the best that period has to offer. Dip in and read a book and savour the language and descriptions. C S Lewis considered this author as his mentor and inspiration.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Aubri Pope favorite writer. Start w fairy tales

  7. 4 out of 5

    Candace

    I LOVE George MacDonald. I have enjoyed everything I've read that he's authored. His thoughts about the meaning and actions of Christianity ring so true to me. He is food for my soul. I LOVE George MacDonald. I have enjoyed everything I've read that he's authored. His thoughts about the meaning and actions of Christianity ring so true to me. He is food for my soul.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Renee

    Well written. Wonderful stories that reveal the simple truths of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through lives lived to the glory of God.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bill Dusseau

  10. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dr Jim

  12. 4 out of 5

    Buz Mayo

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ted

  14. 5 out of 5

    jessica Espinosa

  15. 4 out of 5

    Clinton Patterson

  16. 5 out of 5

    Penny Kettlewell

  17. 5 out of 5

    Emma Atkinson

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alex G

  19. 5 out of 5

    OTIS

  20. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte J. Owens

  21. 4 out of 5

    David Walker

  22. 5 out of 5

    Heather Bowes

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alisha K. Galloway

  24. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Areland

  25. 5 out of 5

    Susanna

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Streiff

  27. 4 out of 5

    Stephen Keck

  28. 5 out of 5

    Charlie Lyon

  29. 4 out of 5

    Patty

  30. 4 out of 5

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