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Charlotte M. Yonge was an English teacher and Victorian era author of many fiction and non-fiction works, who dedicated her talents as a writer to the service of the church and was widely read and respected in the nineteenth century. “Chantry House”, published in 1886, is a family chronicle narrated in his old age in the 1880s by Edward Winslow, a crippled semi-invalid. It commences with his recollections of his early childhood and that of his brothers Grif and Clarence. The novel has two plots, linked by the theme of restoration. Yonge had become famous for her portrayals of invalids, and disabled characters abound in all her major novels, so we present you one of her most famous "slice of life" novels! Enjoy the reading!