You Learn by Living Setting & Symbolism

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French School

The French School in England is the school that Eleanor Roosevelt attended as a teenager. Mlle. Souvestre is the teacher.

Alphabet Game

The alphabet game is a game that Ruth Bryan Rohde invents. It is a method of initiating conversation by working one's way through the alphabet and suggesting the first word that suggests itself starting with that particular letter of the alphabet.

"Soldier of Pain"

"Soldier of Pain" is a poem written about Mrs. Cowles, Eleanor Roosevelt's aunt, by her younger sister, Mrs. Douglas Robinson.

Tess of the d'Urbervilles

Tess of the d'Urbervilles is a play that Eleanor Roosevelt wants to see but is prohibited because she is too young. She lies and says she is going to the fair, but she sneaks to see the play.

Arthurdale

Arthurdale is the mining town where Eleanor Roosevelt takes her youngest son to visit as a chance...

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