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Angela Brazil

Life: 1868-1947

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A Fortunate Term, [en]

The Fortunes of Philippa
A School Story, [en] 1906

The Third Class at Miss Kaye's
A School Story, [en] 1908

The Nicest Girl in the School
A Story of School Life, [en] 1909

Bosom Friends
A Seaside Story, [en] 1910

The Manor House School, [en] 1910

A Pair of Schoolgirls
A Story of School Days, [en] 1912

The New Girl at St. Chad's
A Story of School Life, [en] 1912

The Youngest Girl in the Fifth
A School Story, [en] 1913

A Fourth Form Friendship
A School Story, [en] 1913

The School by the Sea, [en] 1914

A Terrible Tomboy, [en] 1915

For the Sake of the School, [en] 1915

The Jolliest Term on Record
A Story of School Life, [en] 1915

The Madcap of the School, [en] 1917

A Patriotic Schoolgirl, [en] 1918

The Head Girl at the Gables, [en] 1919

The Leader of the Lower School
A Tale of School Life, [en] 1919

The Princess of the School, [en] 1920

A Harum-Scarum Schoolgirl, [en] 1920

A Popular Schoolgirl, [en] 1920

Loyal to the School, [en] 1921

The Jolliest School of All, [en] 1922

The Luckiest Girl in the School, [en] 1922

Monitress Merle , [en] 1922

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