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Maud : the illustrated diary of a Victorian woman

Author: Flora Fraser; Maud Berkeley
Publisher: San Francisco : Chronicle Books, 1987, ©1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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This volume contains a collection watercolors, sketches, and selected entries from a nineteenth century British woman's diary (Maud Berkley). Maud shares her humorous observations on family life, amateur dramatics, and social life. The images portray a Victorian woman living in semi-fine surroundings and what she finds to do with herself. The book includes stories about her and her family's life, including clippings  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Maud Berkeley; Maud Berkeley
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Flora Fraser; Maud Berkeley
ISBN: 0877014299 9780877014294
OCLC Number: 14905970
Description: 192 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm
Contents: Introduction / Elizabeth Longford --
Cast list --
Frivols and frolics 1888 to 1889 --
Forming attachments 1890 to 1891 --
Settling in London 1892 to 1895 --
The girls fly the nest 1896 --
The patter of tiny feet 1897 to 1901 --
Epilogue / Elizabeth Longford.
Responsibility: adapted by Flora Fraser ; introduction by Elizabeth Longford.

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This volume contains a collection watercolors, sketches, and selected entries from a nineteenth century British woman's diary (Maud Berkley). Maud shares her humorous observations on family life, amateur dramatics, and social life. The images portray a Victorian woman living in semi-fine surroundings and what she finds to do with herself. The book includes stories about her and her family's life, including clippings and photos.

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