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A College Girl By Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
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This is the tale of two terraces, of two families who lived therein, of several boys and many girls, and especially of one Darsie, her education, adventures, and ultimate romance. Darsie was the... More > second daughter in a family of six, and by reason of her upsetting nature had won for herself that privilege of priority which by all approved traditions should have belonged to Clemence, the elder sister. Clemence was serene and blonde; in virtue of her seventeen years her pigtail was now worn doubled up, and her skirts had reached the discreet level of her ankles. She had a soft pink and white face, and a pretty red mouth, the lips of which permanently fell apart, disclosing two small white teeth in the centre of the upper gum, because of which peculiarity her affectionate family had bestowed upon her the nickname of “Bunnie.” Perhaps the cognomen had something to do with her subordinate position.< Less
A College Girl By Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
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Here is a book about the young girl and her awakening to the world by this talented author. Darsie, the heroine, is selected by an old aunt to come and spend a year or so as her companion. The old... More > woman tries to coach Darsie in matters of deportment and behaviour. This would be pretty odious if it were not for the presence locally of a young family of boys and girls of Darsie's age, whom, being rich and living rather grandly, the aunt allows Darsie to know. The first half of the book describes the times they had. The old aunt promises Darsie that she will make available the funds needed for Darsie to go up to Cambridge as a student at Newnham, a girls' college.< Less
A College Girl By George de Horne, Mrs. Vaizey
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Jessie Bell (1857 – 23 January 1917), later Jessie... More > Mansergh, was an English writer born in Liverpool, who wrote under her married name Mrs George de Horne Vaizey.De Horne Vaizey was the daughter of Scottish insurance broker David Bell, and his wife, Elizabeth Morris Barton, and had six siblings, four brothers and two sisters. She married Henry Mansergh, a cotton broker, in 1883. They had a daughter, Gwyneth Alice, in 1886. She met her second husband, George de Horne Vaizey, on a Mediterranean cruise, which she won in a short story competition. Her son, named George after his father, also became a writer.As her biography at Athelstane Books notes, "She often used her own varied experiences in her books. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs_George_de_Horne_Vaizey< Less
A College Guys Guide To College Girls By James Wright
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You’re sitting alone at the house wondering why you’re not out there dating. You’ve asked yourself about the way to even start trying. You have no clue about the opposite sex. Until... More > now. Welcome to the complete guide for the college guy…..< Less
A College Guys Guide To College Girls By James Wright
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You’re sitting alone at the house wondering why you’re not out there dating. You’ve asked yourself about the way to even start trying. You have no clue about the opposite sex. Until... More > now. Welcome to the complete guide for the college guy…..< Less
Girls' Guide to College By Lynne Cohen
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A guide to college, written by an ex-hippie survivor of the University of Miami's golden age of sex, drugs, rock & roll and tanning. Hidden in the vulgar language, rude tales and jaundiced... More > acceptance of drug use is valuable and sober advice for kids of any gender heading out to their first semester away from home.< Less
Girls' Guide to College By Lynne Cohen
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A guide to college, written by an ex-hippie survivor of the University of Miami's golden age of sex, drugs, rock & roll and tanning. Hidden in the vulgar language, rude tales and jaundiced... More > acceptance of drug use is valuable and sober advice for kids of any gender heading out to their first semester away from home.< Less
Quick Guide: The Italian Girl By College Guide World
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The story of the novel revolves around the central character Edmund. He gets fed up with his family life, so he escapes into a lonely life. When he comes back home to attend his mother’s... More > funeral, he once again finds himself involved in the old problems which he had escaped from. In addition there are certain new problems which he has to face. He comes to know about the shocking secrets of the characters. ‘Italian girl’ happens to be their eternal family friend, the housemaid. Edmund rediscovers her when he comes back home. Quick Guide: The Italian Girl Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Characters Chapter Three: Summary of the Novel Chapter Four: Major Themes Chapter Five: Critical Analysis< Less
For Girls Only: How To Get A College Athletic Scholarship By Mary Ann Kelling
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For Girls Only: How To Get A College Athletic Scholarship By Mary Ann Kelling
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