The Youngest Girl in the School

The Youngest Girl in the School Peter was the first to break the pause that had settled with a kind of gloom on the old London schoolroom He was always on the alert to resent anything that cast a shadow over the light gaiety of exis

  • Title: The Youngest Girl in the School
  • Author: Evelyn Sharp Charles Edmund Brock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Peter was the first to break the pause that had settled with a kind of gloom on the old London schoolroom He was always on the alert to resent anything that cast a shadow over the light gaiety of existence I say, look here, he began, giving himself a shake as if to get rid of an unpleasant impression don t be so jolly blue, all of you Father will only be away six monPeter was the first to break the pause that had settled with a kind of gloom on the old London schoolroom He was always on the alert to resent anything that cast a shadow over the light gaiety of existence I say, look here, he began, giving himself a shake as if to get rid of an unpleasant impression don t be so jolly blue, all of you Father will only be away six months he said so himself And as for Auntie Anna, how do we know she isn t quite a decent old lady Some old ladies are awfully sporting Do you remember Merton major s aunt, Will She used to give him whopping tips, whenever she came to see him and he said he quite liked her

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