George MacDonald

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George MacDonald (1824-1905) was a Christian author and pastor, preaching and publishing sermons after achieving literary fame with such works as:

  • Phantastes, 1858
  • David Elginbrod, 1862
  • Adela Cathcart, 1864
  • The Portent, 1864
  • Alec Forbes, 1865
  • Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood, 1867
  • Guild Court, 1868
  • Robert Falconer, 1868
  • The Seaboard Parish, 1868
  • Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood, 1871
  • Works of Fancy and Imagination, 1871
  • The Vicar's Daughter, 1872
  • Wilfred Cumbermede, 1872
  • Malcolm, 1875
  • St. George and St. Michael, 1876
  • Thomas Wingfold, Curate, 1876
  • The Marquis of Lossie, 1877
  • Paul Faber, Surgeon, 1879
  • Sir Gibbie, 1879
  • Mary Marston, 1881
  • Castle Warlock, 1882
  • Gifts of the Christ Child, 1882
  • Weighed and Wanting, 1882
  • Donal Grant, 1883
  • What's Mine's Mine, 1886
  • Home Again, 1887
  • The Elect Lady, 1888
  • A Rough Shaking, 1890
  • There and Back, 1891
  • Heather and Snow, 1893
  • Lilith, 1895
  • Salted with Fire, 1897
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