Christie Johnstone (novel)
Christie Johnstone is an 1853 romantic drama novel by the British writer Charles Reade. It follows the adventures of the young and wealthy aristocrat Viscount Ipsden who falls for a woman named Christie Johnstone. It is set in Newhaven near Edinburgh and may have been based on the real life experiences of Reade. It followed up his first major literary success Peg Woffington, released earlier the same year.
- Sutherland p.50
- Sutherland, John. The Longman Companion to Victorian Fiction. Routledge, 2014.
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