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Fletcher of Madeley

Margaret Allen

The book "Fletcher of Madeley" is a biography written by Margret Allen. Since the book is a biography of the author focusing majorly on the life of John fletcher, who was an ancient Methodist movement figure during 18th century. When fletcher was residing in Switzerland, he became quite closer to the association of John Wesley, the real founder of Methodism. The book depicts the early life of fletcher and how did he converted into Methodism. Readers come to know about his subsequent dedication to inspire and create awareness for Methodism. The book takes the reader into the major role of preacher and writer, highlighting all the contribution to the more intensification of Methodism. Along with this, it also examines the Fletcher's personal life and how he managed his married life, who was also one of the prominent figures from Methodist society. Throughout the book, Allen has created a vivid description of Fletcher's charters and beliefs and what was his impact on Methodist movement. She has been quite descriptive while portraying her views on spiritual compassionate and devotion. Overall the book is quite comprehensive and engaging.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publish Date: Feb 1st, 2024
  • Pages: 94
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 8.50in - 5.50in - 0.23in - 0.28lb
  • EAN: 9789361423093
  • Categories: HistoricalGeneral

About the Author

Allen, Margaret: - Margaret Allen was renowned for her perceptive insights and compelling storytelling. Allen's writing has captivated readers with his attention to detail and ability to create believable people in both realistic and mythical settings. Margaret Allen's work reverberates with depth, emotion, and honesty, whether it is examining the depths of historical events or the intricacies of human relationships. Her writing style is elegant and clear, enticing readers to travel on thought-provoking adventures through her narratives. Margaret Allen's literary skill and capacity to shed light on the human condition enthral audiences with every new work.