LUCY LOU FIGHTS FOR HER RIGHTS by Helen A. Monsell
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LUCY LOU FIGHTS FOR HER RIGHTS

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Lucy Lou was brought up to be a perfect lady, and found life very difficult when she went to live with Aunt Malvina, fiery advocate of rights for women, back in 1854. Much to Mary Lou's surprise, she finds herself enjoying her excursions into this new field, and she absorbs much of what her aunt is trying to teach the rest of her fellows. Well handled vacillations of a young miss of 1854, preserved from any suspicion of stodginess by period feel and some humor.

Pub Date: Aug. 31st, 1940
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill