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A Patriotic Schoolgirl

Auhtor: Angela Brazil

Language: english
Published: 1918

Genres:

young readers,  fiction and literature,  war
Downloads: 187
eBook size: 278Kb

Review by Stephen M. Charme, April 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Patriotic Schoolgirl':

... keen survey of that portion of her sister's face which was not buried in the pillow. Oh. the atmosphere's damp, is it. she remarked. Dona, you're ...
... you're late for a meal you put a penny in the missionary box.. Marjorie walked into the large dining-hall with Mollie Simpson. She felt she had made, ...
... refusals to record tender particulars and though Patricia's enemies were unkind enough to say that there was no evidence that the Patricia mentioned ...
... I wonder if he'll ever grow up, said Elaine thoughtfully. I wish we'd asked where he lives, and we might have sent him some picture post cards.. I'm ...
... replied gallantly, and, taking a notebook and fountain pen from his pocket, he wrote in a neat foreign hand:. HENRI RAOUL DEVEREUX,. and handed ...
... put in Sylvia Page. We don't get enough music, in my opinion.. We have a concert every Saturday night, and charades on Wednesdays for those ...
... idea, so I'm going with you.. And I was in it too, said Irene. And so was I, said Sylvia. Then we'll all four go in a body, decided Betty. ...
... agreed Elaine. The ambulances arrive, and life's unbearable till all the men are settled. They have to be entered in the books, with every detail, ...
... to find herself lower on the lists than others who were younger than herself. I'll brace up next term and do better, she thought, as Mrs. ...
... flushed and flurried, her flock controlled themselves, conscious that they had overstepped the mark, and under the keen eye of their mistress, who ...
... to see how wistful they look when the mails come in and there's nothing for them. I think it's just too touching for words. Suppose Norman and Wilfred ...
... slipped behind one of the screens. She was only just in time, for the next moment Miss Norton entered the room. Through a small rent in the oilcloth which ...
... the Empress. ventured Marjorie. Not unless you want to get yourself into the very biggest row you've ever had in your life.. Why.. Why. ...
... Chrissie. The Daylight Saving Act was now in operation, so the school had an extra hour available for outdoor exercise. Whenever the weather was fine ...
... set on seeing you.. The girls stood watching as Lizzie trundled the long perambulator away, then packed their basket and set off towards Brackenfield, ...
... friendship, involving condescension on the part of the head girl and frantic devotion on Marjorie's part. Six months ago it would not have been possible, ...
... from fairyland.. I know who the fairies are. laughed Eric, as his perambulator moved away. Escorted by the melancholy Hodson, the girls passed ...
... go back and have another shot before I'm much older.. I wish the military age were twenty-one. sighed Mrs. Anderson. And I wished it were fifteen ...
... rather peremptorily. I'll go into the post office, she agreed unwillingly. You won't be long, will you, miss.. The passage inside the inn ...
... Patricia. Let us take the second charade first, Chrissie doesn't come on in that and, Betty, you go and ask Annie to take Chrissie's place. She ...