Madame Claire

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2004 - Fiction - 348 pages
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1923. Susan Ertz, American short story writer and novelist begins Madame Claire: If you wish to be relieved form the worries of housekeeping; if you wish to cultivate the society of retired army folk, or that of blameless spinsterhood, ask for a room (inclusive terms) at the Kensington Park Hotel, Kensington. It is unprogressive, it is Early Victorian-though of late that term has lost some of its reproach-but it is eminently safe and respectable.

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