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Title page to 1876 edition
|Publisher||Hurst and Blackett|
|Media type||Print, 3 Volumes|
Phoebe, Junior: A Last Chronicle of Carlingford (also spelled Phœbe, Junior) is an 1876 novel by Margaret Oliphant. It follows the exploits of its heroine, Phoebe Beecham, as she learns the true history of her family history. This novel is the last of the six Carlingford Chronicles, and is set roughly in the early 1860s to late 1870s.
- Elisabeth Jay makes this point in a note to the 1998 Penguin edition Miss Marjoribanks
- O'Mealy, Joseph H. (1997). "Rewriting Trollope and Yonge: Mrs. Oliphant's Phoebe Junior and the Realism Wars," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 125–138.
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