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Cover of Girl's School Stories, 1749-1929

Girl's School Stories, 1749-1929

Edited by Kristine Moruzi; Michelle J. Smith

  • Published: 9 Oct 2013
  • DOI: 10.4324/9780415830409
  • Set ISBN: 978-0-41583-040-9

Set Contents

Higher Education and Women's Rights

Volume Contents

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    Front Matter
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    An American Girl and Her Four Years in a Boys’ College, New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1878 By SOLA
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    Going Out into the World,” “Why Priscilla Peel Went to St. Benet’s,” “College Life,” “Two Extremes,” and “Come and Kill the Bogie,” A Sweet Girl Graduate, London: Cassell, 1891, pp. 7–12, 45–60, 197–209, 243–55 By L. T. Meade
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    “Revenge,” College Girls, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1895, pp. 165–86 By Abbe Carter Goodloe
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    “The New Woman,” The Young Woman 4, 1896, pp. 405–10 By Grace Stubbing
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    “Woman’s Suffrage at St. Austin’s,” Girl’s Realm 14, 1912, pp. 402–6 By L. Elliott
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    “The Blues and Purples,” Margot’s Secret, or, The Fourth Form at Victoria College, London: S. W. Partridge, 1911, pp. 121–34 By Florence Bone
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    “The Virgil Strike,” Just Patty, New York: Grosset and Dunlap, 1911, pp. 65–98 By Jean Webster
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    “Jill at Work and Play,” The Girls of Miss Clevelands’, Toronto: Musson Book Company, 1920, pp. 147–69 By Beatrice Embree