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Daughters and Rebels: An Autobiography Setting & Symbolism

Jessica Mitford
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Cotswold

Cotswold is the area of England where Jessica was born and raised.

Swinbrook House

Swinbrook House is the name of the Mitford house in Cotswold. It was built by her father.

Oxford

Oxford is a city in England near Cotswold that the Mitford children frequently visited.

Rutland Gate

Rutland Gate is the area of London where the Mitfords have a home.

West End

The West End in an area of London where the wealthy and artistic people live.

Paris

Paris is the capitol of France and the place where Jessica and her cousin Idden spent the traditional year abroad.

London

London is the capitol of England and the place where the three month social season takes place.

Scotland

The Mitfords have Scottish relatives and spend several months visiting them.

Having House

Havering House is located near Marlborough and is the home of Mitford cousin, Dorothy Allhusen. It...

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