A Sweet Girl Graduate

L.T. Meade

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A Sweet Girl Graduate

A Sweet Girl Graduate By L.T. Meade A Sweet Girl Graduate A Sweet Girl Graduate is a vivid and detailed description of college life among a perfect bevy of young misses in the old English university town of Kingsdene It follows the fortunes of a young Devons

  • Title: A Sweet Girl Graduate
  • Author: L.T. Meade
  • ISBN: 9781426419317
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Sweet Girl Graduate By L.T. Meade A Sweet Girl Graduate is a vivid and detailed description of college life among a perfect bevy of young misses in the old English university town of Kingsdene It follows the fortunes of a young Devonshire lass who goes away to college and finds herself among entirely different conditions of life and points of view than those that prevail in her own narrow village from A Sweet Girl Graduate is a vivid and detailed description of college life among a perfect bevy of young misses in the old English university town of Kingsdene It follows the fortunes of a young Devonshire lass who goes away to college and finds herself among entirely different conditions of life and points of view than those that prevail in her own narrow village from The Critic, Volume 16, 1891
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    1. Rachel on said:

      I found this quite interesting from a historical viewpoint, but I didn t find the story that interesting, and I wasn t completely satisfied or convinced by the ending I would have liked a little information about what happens to Priscilla and her sisters after the story ends Also I would have preferred it if the story had spent time focusing on Priscilla and her friend Maggie who was the most interesting character in the story, for me rather than the other girls I still found the story fairly [...]

    2. Samantha Glasser on said:

      Read this book for free through Project Gutenberg gutenberg files 43139

    3. Camy on said:

      I was fascinated by this book, published in 1891, about a poor country girl who goes to a women s college It was also published in 1998 as Priscilla s Promise.At first, Prissie was hard to like because her nervousness made her rather cold and rude to people who were only disposed to be friendly to her, which I thought wasn t very nice of her But later as she becomes comfortable, she also becomes kind.The story is almost about Prissie s friend Maggie, who has a terrible secret she is keeping M [...]

    4. Kirsti on said:

      Ah What a tragic main character we have here Not blessed with fortune, looks or even a departed relative to leave her money like so many school girl heroines, Priscilla has to make her own way and keep to her own judgement I loved her ending, and that of her chum Maggie, so much I just wish for Priscilla to have meet her own Prince perhaps not a man of wealth, but someone to bear her burdens as well as his own, someone to match her mind and temperament Still, I must be satisfied with this book a [...]

    5. Alison on said:

      I honestly can t rate this book, because it has left me very conflicted about what exactly the point and purpose of the story was I enjoyed it, but it may take some thinking and some discussion before I decide how I feel about it in the long run A very interesting Victorian look at women s education.

    6. Cece on said:

      Originally published in 1890s as A Sweet Girl Graduate it is a glowing example of its type Upstanding upright Priscilla goes off to college in order to be able to earn money to support her three younger sisters Adventures and scandal ensue our Priscilla remains above it all, a shining example of virtue.

    7. Little Red Readinghood on said:

      Written in 1891 when women s colleges were first being established, this book is an interesting glimpse at the past What interested me was the rules were much less restrictive than what I encountered in 1968 The language is a little stilted but has an interesting plot and is an enjoyable read.

    8. xenu01 on said:

      I enjoyed this, but I m a sucker for girls boarding school books of the antiquarian variety Priscilla s a little much, of course, but I enjoyed this preachy little story where no one really does anything terrible and it all gets wrapped up in the end.

    9. Lady Clementina ffinch-ffarowmore on said:

      Enjoyed reading this it had me thinking of St Dominics, Enid Blyton s school stories, and An Old Fashioned Girl

    10. Stephanie on said:

      I loved this book I thought it was great there are a lot of issues and things to talk about in it.

    11. Tessa on said:

      Very enjoyable read, found it for free on kindle Just could not put it down, as I was drawn into the lives of late 19th century girl graduates in England.

    12. Julianne Mckell on said:

      I read it because it was a free e book on Kindle Nothing exciting but nevertheless good.

    13. Nor Liana on said:

      Just the kind of book girls should read before we go to universities

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