SUSANNAH AT BOARDING SCHOOL by Muriel Denison
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SUSANNAH AT BOARDING SCHOOL

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This is the same Susannah whom you met in Susannah of the Mounties. She's still a tomboy, and still a mischief. She rebels at school restrictions, at the Englishness of it all -- in contrast to her own Canada; but she learns that fun can be created anywhere, and that discipline is not only a military necessity. A good picture of an English boarding school a generation ago, with enough of the desired boarding school peccadillos, but of basic human qualities as well.

Pub Date: Oct. 25th, 1938
Publisher: Dodd, Mead