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Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography Summary
Jessica Mitford

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Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography Summary

Plot Summary

Hons and Rebels by Jessica Mitford is the story of Mitford's upbringing and years of her marriage to Esmond Romilly. Jessica is from a wealthy aristocratic family, with a father who was a member of the House of Lords. Growing up on their country estate with her brother and five sisters was basically like growing up in isolation with no friends but each other. Their estate was totally self-sufficient, complete with a lessons room and a hospital room. Jessica yearned to meet people. She wants to escape the confines of her family and country estate and get out into the world. Jessica establishes her running away savings account at an early age. She thinks that the boredom and monotony will be broken when she becomes a debutant but is disappointed to find she is still confined to the stuffy world she grew up in.

Her family has leanings...

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