Dora: A High School Girl

Dora A High School Girl Owing to loss of money Mrs Cockburn and her daughters are obliged to let their beautiful country home and live in lodgings in Chelsea Here Dora and her sisters attend High School and Dora a bright

  • Title: Dora: A High School Girl
  • Author: May Baldwin Mabel Lucie Attwell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 135
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Owing to loss of money, Mrs Cockburn and her daughters are obliged to let their beautiful country home and live in lodgings in Chelsea Here Dora and her sisters attend High School, and Dora a bright, self reliant girl wins many friends, amongst them an old colonel.

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    1. First published in 1906, this must have seemed very old-fashioned by the time my copy was presented as a prize in 1927. Dora has rarely set foot outside the grounds of the family country estate before financial hardship forces her mother to move to rented rooms in London. May Baldwin presents the High School as a place where girls of all classes can get a good, scholarly education - but she can't help make her heroine a perfect lady who shows up the nouveau riche fellow-pupil before capturing th [...]

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