3 edition of Coronation summer found in the catalog.
Angela Mackail Thirkell
Originally published, Oxford University Press, 1937.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||196|
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Coronation Summer was an enjoyable slice of Coronation summer book during the coronation of Queen Victoria in England. I have read books set in this time period before, but I hadn't read stories with the viewpoint used in this story.
It was very interesting and an eye-opener for me/5(20). A rarity in the Thirkell canon, this charming and witty historical novel is set in the coronation summer ofwhen the young Victoria, scarcely older than the tale's narrator, Fanny Harcourt, assumes the throne of England/5(7).
Coronation Summer book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It is early summer inand the friends and neighbours of Magn /5.
out of 5 stars coronation summer. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on J Verified Purchase. Another well written book, bringing to life a tale about the coronation year with characters already introduced in Magnolia Square, so it instantly feels familiar.
Another good read for those enjoying family saga books/5(64). Coronation Summer required historical research.`In the newspaper library at Hendon Thirkell immersed herself in The Times, the Morning Post and Bell¿s Sporting Life for ¿ the year of Queen V¿s coronation.¿, and wrote a story, `told in the first person by a young, provincial matron¿ looking back on her visit to London to attend the ll wrote about this book 5/5(1).
An unusual venture for Thirkell (see above), this historical novel (first published in ) takes place induring the summer of Queen Victoria's coronation.