|Publisher||Sampson Low Publishers, London|
|Preceded by||A Book of Strife, in the Form of the Diary of an Old Soul|
|Followed by||Warlock O' Glenwarlock|
Mary Marston is a novel by George MacDonald, written in 1881 and later republished as A Daughter's Devotion.
Written at the height of George MacDonald's literary career, the story centers around the life of a simple merchant's daughter. Mary Marston's unswerving commitment to love God and others is contrasted with a backdrop of an array of characters and a complex and sometimes mysterious plot.
- A Daughter’s Devotion, Michael R. Phillips, editor. Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House Publishers, c1988. ISBN 0-8712-3906-X
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