LEARN TO BE A LADY by Barbara Worsley-Gough

LEARN TO BE A LADY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Story of a motherless daughter sent by her father to a finishing school, to ""learn to be a lady,"" ""to meet the right people"" and to find the right man. Somewhat in the Thirkell vein, though not as intelligently clever. Really a better book for adolescents than for the adults for whom it was intended.

Pub Date: Aug. 5th, 1938
Publisher: Putnam