David Elginbrod is an 1863 novel by George MacDonald. It is MacDonald's first realistic novel.
A novel of Scottish country life, in the dialect of Aberdeen.
A story of humble life, centering in two saintly personalities, a dignified and pious Scottish peasant, and his daughter. A vein of mysticism runs through the story, and mesmerism and electro-biology are introduced.
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