Little Lord Fauntleroy – A study in 19th century literature

The writing style and story-line of this book conforms to the general writing pattern of contemporary authors in that century. Though the plot lines are different, this book strongly reminded me of Pollyanna, (written in the early twentieth century) which talks of how the faith of young children in the good-natured generosity of their benefactors (Cedric in LLF and Pollyanna in, well, Pollyanna) changes the lifestyle and habits of those around them. 

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