VICTORIAN FAMILY ROBINSON by Beatrice Grimshaw
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VICTORIAN FAMILY ROBINSON

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An original and thoroughly entertaining story, suggesting a blend of Major Barbara and Four Frightened People. A too too rigidly Victorian family and six others are shipwrecked on a south sea island, and the story of the struggle of the social code versus human nature under adverse conditions, makes good reading filled with quiet humor. Should appeal to a wide range of readers, as it combines romance and adventure and a fresh philosophy of living.

Pub Date: Feb. 13th, 1935
Publisher: Longmans, Green