A Little Princess Setting

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Miss Minchin Select Seminary for Young Ladies

Sara attends the Miss Minchin Select Seminary for Young Ladies. Upon entering she notices that it is respectable and well-furnished, but ugly. Everything seems hard and polished, even the chairs that are supposed to be the softest. The very varnished clock indicates that the school is harshly polished to look perfect. Upon meeting Miss Minchin, Sara immediately realizes that she looks just like the school -- respectable but ugly, hard and disguised with polish.

Sara's boarding room

Sara's boarding room is elaborate and comfortable, with soft chairs and a nice warm fire on cold nights. She has many books and her doll, Emily, sits in a nice chair, too. When she is alone, Sara likes to lay on the tiger skin rug, killed by her father, and pet its head as she thinks about her dad.

Sara's attic room

Sara's attic room...

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