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Miss Buncle's Book

By: Stevenson, D. E.

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1903155711 / 9781903155714
Paperback / softback
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United Kingdom
134 x 198 mm 344 pages
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The storyline of Miss Buncle's Book (1934) is a simple one: Barbara Buncle, who is unmarried and perhaps in her late 30s, lives in a small village and writes a novel about it in order to try and supplement her meagre income.

This is a light-hearted, easy read, one of those books like Mariana, Miss Pettigrew, The Making of a Marchioness and Greenery Street which can be recommended unreservedly to anyone looking for something undemanding, fun and absorbing that is also well-written and intelligent.

DE Stevenson had an enormously successful writing career: between 1923 and 1970, four million copies of her books were sold in Britain and three million in the States.

Like EF Benson, Ann Bridge, O Douglas or Dorothy L Sayers (to name but a few) her books are funny, intensely readable, engaging and dependable.

Miss Buncle's Book was the most popular of her novels because it has a completely original plot and a charming and delightful central character.


FC Classic fiction (pre c 1945)

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