The ChaperoneeBook - 2012
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This beautiful and well-researched historical novel offers a fascinating glimpse into the issues of the early 20th century—Prohibition, the First World War, flappers, suffragettes, the Civil Rights Movement, homosexuality, divorce, and orphan trains among them. Worth a read!
SurreyLibraries_Reads Oct 31, 2018
The year is 1922. In Wichita, Kansas, 15-year-old Louise Brooks needs a chaperon to escort her to New York for a summer dance program. 36-year old Cora Carlisle accompanies the beautiful, young, insolent Louise to the Big Apple with hopes to discover important links to her birth parents. While st... Read More »
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The young can exasperate, of course, and frighten, and condescend, and insult, and cut you with their still unrounded edges. But they can also drag you, as you protest and scold and try to pull away, right up to the window of the future, and even push you through.
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