Bulldog And Butterfly

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Sprache - Englisch

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In the annals of Victorian literature, David Christie Murray's 'Bulldog And Butterfly' emerges as a noteworthy narrative, essential for appreciating the literary tapestry of its era. The novel delicately weaves a tale of contrasts and human complexities, capturing the quintessential struggle between stoicism and sensitivity, emblematic of the bulldog's tenacity and the butterfly's delicacy. Murray's prose dances with a naturalistic touch, yet demarcates its own character amidst the resonances of his contemporaries. This special edition by DigiCat Publishing, conscientiously restored for contemporary readers, maintains the temporal flavor whilst ensuring the story's perennial relevance is underscored for new generations to encounter.

Murray's own journalistic prowess, flavored by his experiences, infuse his works with vivid detail and authenticity. His acumen in observing the nuances of human conduct translates into characters that are intricately layered. 'Bulldog And Butterfly', with its artful dichotomy, mirrors Murray's observations of the societal fin de siu00e8cle transformations, rooting its fictional portrayal in a believable world that reflects the complexities of its author's worldview.

This reproduction by DigiCat Publishing invites enthusiasts of Victorian literature and those yearning to explore the narrative intricacies of human behavior to delve into 'Bulldog And Butterfly'. Murray's work is recommended for its reflective contemplation of resilience and gentleness, virtues as relevant today as when first penned. As readers traverse its pages, they stand to gain not just a glimpse into a bygone era, but a timeless meditation on the enduring human spirit.


About the Author

David Christie Murray (1847-1907) was an English journalist and novelist, notable for his contributions to late Victorian literature. Born in High Street, West Bromwich, Staffordshire, he entered the literary realm after experience in journalism, where he developed a keen eye for detail and human character. Murray's literary career was prolific; he authored more than thirty novels, penning works that captured the spirit and nuances of various layers of society during his time. One of his works, 'Bulldog And Butterfly', exemplifies his literary style, a blend of humor with keen social observation, and frequently featuring elements of romance and intrigue. Murray's prose often displayed a straightforward clarity that was accessible to a wide readership, earning him a reputable place among his contemporaries. His works frequently engaged with themes of love, class tension, and morality, reflecting the complexities of the human condition. Beyond 'Bulldog And Butterfly', Murray's oeuvre included titles such as 'The Worldling' and 'Aunt Rachel', all significant contributions to the English literary canon. Although not as widely read today, David Christie Murray's novels offer an insightful glimpse into the social fabric of 19th-century England and continue to be studied for their cultural and historical significance.

Product Details

Publisher: DigiCat

Genre: Sprache - Englisch

Language: English

Size: 34 Pages

Filesize: 417.8 KB

ISBN: 8596547381426

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