Testament of Youth: An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925 Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Chapter 1

• Vera's parents met when her father took singing lessons from her mother's father.

• Vera grew up in a middle class environment.

• Vera had a happy, uneventful childhood - she liked to read and write.

• Vera's family moves to Buxton when she was eleven years old to be near good schools.

• Vera was sent to St. Monica's boarding school at age thirteen.

• Vera was a good student who wanted to attend college but her father did not allow for it.

• Vera's friends at St. Monica's were Mina and Betty.

• Mrs. Heath Jones at St. Monica's introduced Vera to the feminist movement and encouraged her students to read newspapers and form their own opinions.

• After school finished, Vera began to keep a diary.

• Vera noticed differences between herself and the London society girls she went to school with.

Chapter 2

• In 1912, Vera debuted in London as a provincial debutante -...

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