The Right Princess tells the story of Frances Rogers, a young school teacher who is invited to spend the summer on fashionable Long Island. This work of historical fiction presents a look at Christian Science in the United States during the first decade of the twentieth century.
Of The Right Princess, Mrs. Eddy wrote in the October 2, 1902 Christian Science Sentinel, "One can scarcely consider the book a novel, since so much of its idealism is realism…[The author] has portrayed a Christian Scientist with simplicity and candor: her pen is the pencil of an artist." Popular nineteenth-century novelist Clara Louise Burnham presents an "upstairs/downstairs" glimpse of Christian Science in the United States thirty-three years after its discovery.
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