1 edition of Daisy Ashford found in the catalog.
|Statement||Fredonia Books (NL)|
|Publishers||Fredonia Books (NL)|
|LC Classifications||December 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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The scene of course Daisy Ashford like it was written by someone whose only encounters with romantic love were in books. I didn't want to read juvenilia.31 August 1919,Page 74.
It will take you about an hour. And the fact that she can enter into the feelings and thoughts of different characters, many of them adult men, is similarly remarkable. It's kind of unclear whether the story was meant to be satirical or whether Ashford intended readers to take it seriously, but either way it's cute and funny and I found it very entertaining.
Salteena pursues his worthy goal of becoming an authentic English gentleman. Maybe you would assume it would have an editor?