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Mapp and Lucia series

A series of British comic novels, described by the critic Gilbert Seldes as “the most enchantingly malicious works written by the hand of man.”

Books in the Mapp and Lucia series:

All About Lucia (1936)

An anthology containing “Queen Lucia”, Lucia in London, Miss Mapp and Mapp and Lucia.

Author: E. F. Benson
Illustrator: None

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Lucia in London: a Novel (1928)

Lucia decides to try her wings in a larger society.

Author: E. F. Benson
Illustrator: None

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Mapp and Lucia (1931)

Fresh from her triumph at the Riseholme fete, Lucia takes a holiday in Tilling and a clash of titans ensues as Miss Mapp struggles to retain her position of social leader.

Author: E. F. Benson
Illustrator: None

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Miss Mapp (1923)

Miss Elizabeth Mapp leads the social life of Tilling from her fine old family home of Mallards.

Author: E. F. Benson
Illustrator: None

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“Queen Lucia” (1920)

Mrs. Emmeline “Lucia” Lucas is the social leader of Riseholme, a quaint Tudor village.

Author: E. F. Benson
Illustrator: None

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Trouble for Lucia (1939)

Lucia’s duties as Mayor of Tilling do not interfere with her round of social scheming.

Author: E. F. Benson
Illustrator: None

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The Worshipful Lucia (1935)

Lucia decides to devote herself to public service, much to the entertainment of her friends and enemies.

Author: E. F. Benson
Illustrator: None

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