∙ Title: Lady Lisle
∙ Author/Editor: Braddon, Mary Elizabeth (1835–1915)
∙ Publisher: Ward, Lock and Tyler
∙ Date/Edition/Impression: 1867/Revised Edition
One of Braddon's earliest novels –her second one If I'm not mistaken– preeceded by her poetry collection Garibaldi and Other Poems (1861) and followed by The Black Band; or, The Mysteries of Midnight (1861–1862).
"It's you I want, body and soul—your sleek, over-fed body, and your bitter black soul!"
(Reference not available, for the sake of avoiding spoiler)
A valuable addition in the extensive coprus of Braddon's work so far recorded.
● Readability Information
358 pages, divided into 37 chapters of brief and moderate length. No preface or introduction included. 2 Illustrations out of text.
Total: 358 pages
∙ Lector Recitator’s Readability Rating
Not in regards to Subject Matter or Overall Length, but Structure
(i.e., Division of written material into Chapters/Sections & Subchapters/Subsections and their individual length.)
∙ 1/5: Laborious
∙ 2/5: Challenging
∙ 3/5: Readable
∙ 4/5: Quite Readable ←
∙ 5/5: Exceedingly Readable
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