Giggling In The Shrubbery The Splendours And Miseries Of Girls Public Schools As Recalled By Former Pupils Alternate title cover edition ISBN Giggling of girls public schools pupils A hilarious collection of reminiscences gathered from fifty three unquestionably still giggling adults and deli

  • Title: Giggling In The Shrubbery The Splendours And Miseries Of Girls' Public Schools As Recalled By Former Pupils
  • Author: Arthur Marshall
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  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alternate title cover edition ISBN 9780006370598 Giggling of girls public schools pupils A hilarious collection of reminiscences gathered from fifty three unquestionably still giggling adults and delightfully pinned together by who else Arthur Marshall wonderful sections on e.g health jugs of cabbage water for regularity , Clothes elasticated knickersAlternate title cover edition ISBN 9780006370598 Giggling of girls public schools pupils A hilarious collection of reminiscences gathered from fifty three unquestionably still giggling adults and delightfully pinned together by who else Arthur Marshall wonderful sections on e.g health jugs of cabbage water for regularity , Clothes elasticated knickers vital for keeping Gibbs SR toothpaste in to supplement the diet , Games and Cruches The Times.

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    1. Every bit as enjoyable as its companion volume on boys' prep schools. There was something very special about that generation of women who, having lost their boyfriends, fiancés, and husbands in the First World War; dedicated their lives to give the best educational upbringing possible to the next generation. Their motives were noble, and, I think, they very largely succeeded; though as the reminiscences in this book prove, a little more in the way of explanation to their charges might (or might [...]

    2. A charming book compiled from the author's interviews with and letters from English women who went to boarding schools. It can be sad or poignant, but mostly it's bust-a-gut funny.

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