The Apparition Of Mrs. Veal

Author: Daniel Defoe


  • Reviewed by Orla MacDonald  on  October 11th, 2009

    Not the best of Defoe but a good read nonetheless.
    The dated language slows the plot down for me the reader. The plot is a little confusing in places. but the depiction of character, of the two old ladies and the scoured dress, and the elbow chair, evoke a great atmosphere and setting. The periphery characters are well portrayed too.
    Best. Orla

  • Reviewed by hgjjhdj  on  November 16th, 2011


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