Records of a Girlhood

by Frances Anne Kemble

"The book is so charming, so entertaining, so stamped with the impression of a strong, remarkable, various nature, that we feel almost tormented in being treated to a view only of the youthful phases of the character. Like most of the novels we read, or don't read, this volume is the history of a young lady's entrance into life. Mrs. Kemble's young lady is a very brilliant and charming one, and our only complaint is that we part company with her too soon... What we have here, however, is excellent reading."--Nation.

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excellent
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