|Author:||Buchan, Anna Masterton Writing under the pseudonym: Douglas, O.|
|Publisher:||Hodder and Stoughton|
|Description:||This book from the 1920s belongs squarely in the category of "domestic fiction", just like Barbara Pym or Miss Read. No major events happen, and much of the plot centers around the trials and tribulation of daily life. What made this book worth reading was the fact that these trials of tribulations reflect life in Scotland in the years after WWI. [Suggest a different description.]|
Author Bio for Buchan, Anna Masterton
Born Anna Masterton Buchan, younger sister to the statesman & prolific novelist John Buchan. She began writing in 1911, and published 12 novels and a personal memoir of her brother before her death. Her novels are humorous domestic fiction, focusing on the lives of families in Scotland. Her autobiography was published posthumously, in 1960.
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