The Real Charlotte
Ah, well, we made it up, d'ye remember, said Francie, regarding him with a laughing eye, in which there was a suspicion of sentiment; "and after all you were able to change the tickets to another night, and it was 'Pinafore, ' and you laughed at me so awfully, because I cried at the part where the two lovers are saying good-bye to each other, and poor Mrs. Lambert got her teeth in in a hurry to go with us, and she couldn't utter the whole night for fear they'd fall out."
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Review: The Real CharlotteUser Review - Deanne - Goodreads
One of those books that seems to get overlooked, which is a shame because it's worth a read. When I picked this up I was expecting the same comedy as Irish RM, but The Real Charlotte is a more serious ... Read full review
Review: The Real CharlotteUser Review - Liz - Goodreads
I've decided to read this for St. Patty's day. "The Real Charlotte" is one of the most famous novels to come out of Ireland during the 19th century, so I think it's an appropriate read for the weekend. Read full review