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The Young Visiters - Daisy Ashford
The Young Visiters
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This, "the greatest novel written by a nine-year-old", has been in print in Britain since the '20s, but has been out of print in the U.S. for 35 years. It has two hilarious themes: love and social climbing.
This, "the greatest novel written by a nine-year-old", has been in print in Britain since the '20s, but has been out of print in the U.S. for 35 years. It has two hilarious themes: love and social climbing.
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780897333658 (0897333659)
ASIN: 897333659
Publisher: Academy Chicago Publishers
Pages no: 105
Edition language: English
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I've read all of Jane Austen's juvenilia and enjoyed them very much. The Young Visitors also is a peace of juvenilia. Daisy Ashford wrote it when she was nine and re-discovered it several years later. It was then published almost exactly as it had been written.It should better have stayed hidden in ...
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Available in Project Gutenberg: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/21415Opening - Mr Salteena was an elderly man of 42 and was fond of asking peaple to stay with him. He had quite a young girl staying with him of 17 named Ethel Monticue. Mr Salteena had dark short hair and mustache and wiskers which we...
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