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  • Paperback
  • 68 pages
  • Cross Purposes and Other Stories
  • George MacDonald
  • 11 August 2014
  • 9781536823714

1 thoughts on “Cross Purposes and Other Stories

  1. Meg Meg says:

    I can see uite clearly how Lewis was influenced by MacDonald as many lines are reminiscent of NarniaThe fact was that the moment he began to love Alice his eyes began to send forth lightRichard saw the smile and was glad Her paleness had gone and a sweet rosiness had taken its placeRichard and she seemed to have grown uite man and woman in Fairyland and the did not want to part now


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