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A Dixie School Girl

Auhtor: Gabrielle Jackson

Language: english
Published: 1913

Genres:

young readers,  fiction and literature
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Review by Stephen M. Charme, January 2005


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Dixie School Girl':

... soft greens which they have worn all summer, when the native birds are hobnobbing and gossiping with their friends who are journeying farther south, ...
... Woodbine, Mary Ashby presented him with not only an heir but an heiress as well, and the old gentleman came very near a balloon ascension. The ...
... glanced down at her khaki riding skirt and at Apache's mud-splashed body, and the next moment had stopped short, exclaiming:. Look at us, and I ...
... back after a long summer vacation. This morning all was hustle and bustle. At the rear of the building the last trunks were being bumped down from the ...
... was about to return to her home in Virginia. She was several years Virginia's junior, pretty, warm-hearted and charming, and possessed the power of looking ...
... was still a good bit of electricity in the atmosphere, but it must be admitted that for the past eighteen hours Beverly had been pretty steadily brushed ...
... the strictly feminine attitude of dependence upon the stronger sex, but was wise to the advantage of keeping in touch with those occupying the seats ...
... hastily wiped away her tears, (one can laugh as well as weep them) and answered:. Oh, no sir. Of course I was a little startled at first, but Apache ...
... the identity of either. Then Miss Woodhull, escorted by Miss Baylis, entered the gym. Had it been possible to suddenly reduce the temperature of the ...
... more energy would have compassed it. Miss Woodhull deigned no reply, but turning swept from the room locking the door behind her. She could deal ...
... silvery curls which crowned the dear old head. Presently he said abruptly:. And now that you've gotten your load of sins off your shoulders ...
... for the latter holiday. When the Thanksgiving holiday was over Beverly and the boys went back to their respective schools under Admiral Seldon's ...
... Leslie Manor had been ailing, and had recently gone away to res' up. Mrs. Bonnell knew well enough that it was useless to protest. These res'in' ups ...
... upon being urged to proceed raised to him a pair of violet eyes swimming in tears, and a face of abject woe. Monsieur Sautelle was not over ...
... her, and Miss Tall-Blonde began to wriggle out of her garments as a boy might wriggle out of his coat and vest. It was all Eleanor could do to repress ...
... while you are a pupil in my school.. Beverly started at sight of the lost love billet, Miss Woodhull noted the start and a sneer curved her set lips. No ...
... she would not have believed possible. Then in a flash all the fighting blood of the Ashbys and Seldons boiled, and with a cry of outraged feelings ...
... you think she is ill. Ought we to call Miss Stetson.. Miss Stetson. snapped Sally. If she is ill she would rather see the old Nick himself ...
... And thank you a whole lot, sir, for letting me phone. I'll hold my jaw-I mean I won't say a single word.. A pretty state of things, I'll be bound, ...
... Fruehling An die Astronomen An einen Moralisten Bittschrift Das Geheimnis Das Glueck der Weisheit Das Lied von der Glocke Das Maedchen aus der Fremde ...