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Matilda of Argyll

Author: Sarah Chloe Burns
Publisher: New Orleans, LA : University Press Of The South, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : [Rev. ed.]View all editions and formats
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As Matilda Campbell's story begins in 1638, this high-spirited and intelligent nineteen-year-old Scot is unwilling to accept society's rules and barriers regarding gender and class. Her penchant for independent thinking will take her far--eventually across the ocean to Jamestown, Virginia--but at what cost? There, she will witness race and class distinction of a manner she could never have imagined.
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Genre/Form: Historical fiction
Fiction
History
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Chloe Burns
ISBN: 193194864X 9781931948647
OCLC Number: 174138016
Notes: "This re-edited version of my first book, Daughters of Juno, Chronicle I; Matilda of Argyll (2004) will stand on its own as an historic fiction--not necessarily the first of many chronicles"--Page ix.
Description: xii, 438 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Sarah Chloe Burns.

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As Matilda Campbell's story begins in 1638, this high-spirited and intelligent nineteen-year-old Scot is unwilling to accept society's rules and barriers regarding gender and class. Her penchant for independent thinking will take her far--eventually across the ocean to Jamestown, Virginia--but at what cost? There, she will witness race and class distinction of a manner she could never have imagined.

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Matilda of Argyll

by DonnaSchuman (WorldCat user published 2011-12-14) Excellent Permalink

I learned more history from Sarah Burns than I ever did in school. Can we clone this woman and put her in our education system? Donna Schuman

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Marvelous historical story-telling.

by schumanmd (WorldCat user published 2011-12-24) Excellent Permalink

Sarah Chloe Burns gives us a fascinating and informative historical tale.

Taking us from London to the Carribean, Jamestown to Scotland, she demonstrates her ability to make history come to life and to spin a spell-binding yarn. 

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a great read

by pattysahagun (WorldCat user published 2011-12-14) Excellent Permalink

I have read this book two times and I am still in love with it.  The characters are rich and alive, you really end up feeling like you know them personally.  The history was astonishing , I do hope Ms. Burns continues to write.

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Facinating

by debdenio (WorldCat user published 2011-12-14) Excellent Permalink

I cannot say enough about Matilda of Argyll. I could not put the book down. I would highly recommend this novel to anyone whether you are a history "buff" or not. Ms. Burns did an amazing job of bringing many history to life through the fictional character Matilda. I cannot wait for the "Part II".....
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