A LONDON GIRL OF THE EIGHTIES by M. Vivian Hughes

A LONDON GIRL OF THE EIGHTIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Continues the picture begun with A London Child of the Seventies. The author leaves her private school and becomes involved in the transition period between Victorian methods and the encroaching of modern theories. She becomes one of the original group of students at the Cambridge Training School, and works at her first teaching jobs. She meets her future husband and vacations with him and his mother in Wales. Continues in same delightful, unassuming style, giving a lively picture of the times and customs. A readable presentation of a real person. Your discriminating readers will like it -- a chance for a plus sale on the first of the trilogy and on Vivians.

Publisher: Oxford