Penelope's Experiences in Scotland

Penelope's Experiences in Scotland
Being extracts from the commonplace book of Penelope Hamilton

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Penelope's Experiences in Scotland by Kate Douglas Wiggin

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1913

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Penelope's Experiences in Scotland
Being extracts from the commonplace book of Penelope Hamilton

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Originally published in 1897 as Penelope’s Progress.

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n folk. As I said before, we know the worst of one another, and the future has no terrors. We have learned, for example, that--

Francesca does not like an early morning start. Salemina refuses to arrive late anywhere. Penelope prefers to stay behind and follow next day.

Francesca scorns to travel third class. So does Salemina, but she will if urged.

Penelope hates a four-wheeler. Salemina is nervous in a hansom. Francesca prefers a barouche or a landau.

Salemina likes a steady fire in the grate. Penelope opens a window and fans herself.

Salemina inclines to instructive and profitable expeditions. Francesca loves processions and sightseeing. Penelope abhors all of these equally.

Salemina likes history. Francesca loves fiction. Penelope adores poetry and detests facts.

Penelope likes substantial breakfasts. Francesca dislikes the sight of food in the morning.

In the matter of breakfasts, when we have leisure to assert our individual tastes, Salemina prefer

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