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Author: Catherine Helen Spence
Autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence that includes her previously unpublished diary,along with some of her correspondence.
I am indifferent about this book. I read over half of it and became so bored I skimmed the remainder. I doubt I will ever go back and pick up the read from where I stopped.
It is an interesting book
I am fan of this book. its really touching and very close to teenagers.
Because of the people, campers and counselors, on the pages of this story I am a better person. I have been taught the real meaning of courage, perseverance a...
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