Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Jessica Mitford
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Chapter 1-2

• The Mitfords lived in the Cotswolds, in a self-contained home with its own school and hospital room.

• The Mitford children had little contact with outsiders and found ways to amuse themselves.

• Unity and Jessica formed the Society of Hons.

• The children were educated by their mother and various governesses.

• The Mitford family interests centered on the Church, the Conservative Party and the House of Lords.

• Mr. Mitford -- "Farve" -- was a member of the House of Lords.

• Jessica was aware of class distinction and inequality of income at an early age.

Chapters 3-4

• Jessica found her childhood monotonous.

• Jessica noted that she found her aunts stuffy and uncles boring.

• Jessica worried that the quality of her education would not allow her to attend university. Her mother wouldn't allow her to attend school.

• Nancy published a novel in the 1920s. Most of the family was proud...

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