A Victorian Childhood: Volume 43 (Routledge Library by Annabel Huth Jackson

By Annabel Huth Jackson

First released in 1932. This name is a first-person account of becoming up in Victorian England. The e-book examines many facets of the British Empire, and the relatives existence and schooling of the poet, author and excessive society hostess Claire Annabel Caroline supply Duff. A Victorian adolescence will be of curiosity to scholars of background.

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