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A Pair of Schoolgirls - Friendships Rivalries and Academic Adventures: A Schoolgirl Tale of Growth and Resilience - cover

A Pair of Schoolgirls - Friendships Rivalries and Academic Adventures: A Schoolgirl Tale of Growth and Resilience

Angela Brazil

Publisher: Good Press

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In Angela Brazil's novel 'A Pair of Schoolgirls,' readers are transported into the fascinating world of British boarding schools. Published in 1914, the book is a classic example of the school story genre, focusing on the lives and adventures of two young girls as they navigate friendships, rivalries, and academic challenges. Brazil's engaging narrative style and vivid descriptions immerse readers in the everyday experiences of school life, making this a captivating read for both young adults and adults alike. With its emphasis on friendship and personal growth, 'A Pair of Schoolgirls' stands as a timeless coming-of-age story that continues to resonate with readers today. Angela Brazil's own experiences as a teacher and her deep understanding of adolescent psychology undoubtedly influenced her writing of this novel. Her attention to detail and ability to capture the complexities of schoolgirl relationships add depth and authenticity to the story. 'A Pair of Schoolgirls' is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of children's literature or the evolution of the school story genre.
Available since: 08/31/2021.
Print length: 136 pages.

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