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Daisy Ashford
(1881-1972) born on
Apr 03
English novelist. She wrote, at nine years of age, "The Young Visitors" which was published with original spelling, 1919.
         
   
F
Let us now bask under the spreading trees said Bernard in a passionate tone. Oh yes lets said Ethel and she opened her dainty parasole and sank down upon the long grass. She closed her eyes but was far from asleep.

R
Bernard always had a few prayers in the hall and some whiskey afterwards as he was rather pious.
A
My own idear is that these things are as piffle before the wind.
N
My life will be sour grapes and ashes without you.
K
"I am parshial [sic] to ladies if they are nice. I suppose it is my nature. I am not quite a gentleman but you would hardly notice it."
 
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: "The Young Visiters," 1919.
R: The Young Visiters, "The First Evening" (written when the author was 9 years old; published 1919).
A: The Earl of Clincham, in "The Young Visiters," "The Crystal Palace," 1919; written when the author was 9 years old.
N: "The Young Visiters," "Quite a Young Girl" Ch. 8, 1919.
K: Alfred Salteena, in "The Young Visiters," "Quite a Young Girl" (written when the author was 9 years old), published 1919.
   


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