Sir Gibbie by George MacDonald. 0.00
Sir Gibbie (1879) is a psychological history by George MacDonald. Whether as the poor dumb waif in Glasgow, whose heart is full of love for all men, or as Sir Gibbie the social reformer, the hero is a beautiful and interesting character. The inquiry, "What would Jesus do?" is answered by more than one person here, for instance, by the lonely cottar's wife, to whom the unseen is more real than the seen.