A Piano for Prudence


In the year 1880, Prudence Proctor and her brother Philip, who were orphans, became homeless after the death of their guardian. An uncle and his wife, Sir Bertram and Lady Sylvia Thornber, offered them a home. Prudence hoped for a musical career, but at Thornber Hall, they were forced to work as servants. Prudence was ordered to travel to London with a violinist, Professor Florenzo. as his accompanist on a tour of the Music Halls. Prudence was very worried about Philip, who had been sent to work with a bullying shepherd.


  • Art: Tony Coleman (unconfirmed)


  • A Piano for Prudence – Mandy: #372 (2 March 1974) – #383 (18 May 1974)

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