The Lost Princess
|Original title||The Wise Woman: A Parable|
|Genre||Children's Fantasy novel|
|Publisher||Strahan & Co|
The story describes how a woman of mysterious powers pays visits to two very different young girls: one a princess, the other a shepherd’s daughter. It has been regarded as ahead of its time in its approach to parenting.
In 2011, The Lost Princess was adapted into a full-length feature film by an independent filmmaker.
- Lindskoog, Kathryn Anne; Plan for the Curing: George MacDonald and modern child-training methods, in Surprised by C.S. Lewis, George MacDonald & Dante, p82-88; Mercer University Press 2001 ISBN 978-0-86554-728-5
- The Wise Woman public domain audiobook at LibriVox
- The Lost Princess public domain audiobook at LibriVox
- The Wise Woman: A Parable (first edition, from Google Book Search)
- The Lost Princess at the Internet Movie Database
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