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A Pair Of Schoolgirls

Auhtor: Angela Brazil

Language: english
Published: 1912

Genres:

young readers
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eBook size: 293Kb

Review by M. Erb, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Pair Of Schoolgirls':

... don't you think in me you'd find A candidate suited to your mind. No bookworm I, but fond of sports, Hockey or games of other sorts At acting I can ...
... for you but it's true, all the same, and I can't take back my words.. How can it be true.. Agnes put on her hat hastily and seized her satchel. You'd ...
... two steps, entered the low-ceiled, oak-panelled dining-room, and rushed to fling her arms round a lady who was sitting doing fancy work near the ...
... from all allusions to Dorothy's parentage when they paid return visits to Holly Cottage. Dorothy had often wondered why Aunt Lydia and Aunt Constance ...
... them that afternoon. Miss Tempest, in the course of the lesson, twice asked Dorothy to read passages, and completely missed out Alison, who sat ...
... her wits deserted her. She could not imagine how to explain the matter. The whole thing had happened so suddenly that there seemed no time to cudgel ...
... nervously, and (I regret to say) with a very stubborn expression on her face. Inwardly she was raging. The head mistress glared at her for a moment, then ...
... figure, nursing her wrath and full of a burning sense of injustice. Fortunately, the rest of the afternoon was devoted to drawing, and she was able ...
... stuff-rather too sickly, but I should like you to have tasted it it came from Kashmir. Look here, I want to give you one of these boxes yes, ...
... a minute description of the route. Dorothy recollected quite well that, starting from Hurford, the maid had crossed some fields, gone through a wood, ...
... they'll be out of rehearsals.. Of course they will.. And who's to take Becky Sharp.. I vote for Dorothy.. So do I. She deserves it.. Where ...
... was tired of her stamps and postcards, bookbinding and clay modelling had lost their attraction, and she was apathetic on the subject of fancy ...
... a very faithful soul, and her north-country brains were shrewd and keen. She was an authority in the little household on many points, and her remarks ...
... Alison rushed to welcome her friend in great excitement. Dorothy, is it really you. Oh, how delightful. Mother, Dorothy's actually staying ...
... been at the ambulance class in the gymnasium at the College. Except pocket-handkerchiefs, there were no materials of any kind to be had. Splints were ...
... as nothing else could possibly do. She pictured the triumph of the scene, the select company of picked actors on the platform, the music, the flowers, ...
... squinting at a book while I'm talking to you.. It's not a lesson book, at any rate it's from the library, retorted Dorothy. Let me look ...
... and pin a programme on the notice board to-morrow.. There, you see. said Alison, as the deputation returned in triumph, there's nothing like sticking ...
... System' as a subject for the Debating Society.. Well, to begin with, emulation is the wrong spirit in which to promote work.. A grand sentiment-but ...
... the room will hold, said Dorothy. They're bringing in more chairs, and people will have to sit very close together on the benches.. Dorothy was ...