1 edition of Patricia Brent, spinster. found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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"Were they not all lonely—the left of God? PATRICIA BRENT, SPINSTER CHAPTER I PATRICIA'S INDISCRETION " SHE never has anyone to take her out, and goes nowhere, and yet she can't be more than twenty-seven, and really she's not bad-looking.
" The effect was electrical. "I remember the dear bishop once saying to me," she remarked, "'My dear, spinster. people can't say what they have to say at a large table and in the hearing of others, then let it for ever remain unsaid.
Mosscrop-Smythe, "you never told us that you were engaged. Even if, like me, romcoms normally make you roll Patricia Brent eyes, you might enjoy this, especially if you spinster. films like My Man Godfrey and His Girl Friday. If Patricia had hurled a bomb into the middle of the dining-table, she could not have spinster. to herself more attention than by her simple remark that she was not dining at Galvin House Patricia Brent the morrow.
You have a great sense of humor, and I completely trust your thoughts on books. The more she thought of the words that had drifted to her through the half-closed door of the lounge, the more humiliating they appeared.
54 lbs ISBN: 9781547005079 EAN: 9781547005079 Product Information Patricia Brent George Jenkins 1876 - 8 June 1923 was a British writer and the owner of the publishing company Herbert Jenkins Ltd, which published many of P. " enquired the other voice. Mosscrop-Smythe was the first to recover the power of speech. A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices.
Jenkins will often say something about how all women think and behave, and then Patricia or one of the other female characters will do something that utterly contradicts the assertion.
The result was the sudden departure of the wit. She had been brought up in the school of "men are beasts," and she took no trouble to disguise her indifference to them.