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by Dorita Fairlie Bruce

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  • ISBN 0903445662
  • ISBN13 978-0903445665
  • Language English
  • Author Dorita Fairlie Bruce
  • Publisher John Goodchild Publishers (March 10, 1983)
  • Pages 176
  • Formats lrf docx docx doc
  • Category Fiction
  • Size ePub 1450 kb
  • Size Fb2 1363 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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Dorita Fairlie Bruce (1885–1970) was a British children's author who wrote the popular Dimsie series of books published between 1921 and 1941. Her books were second in popularity only to Angela Brazil's during the 1920s and 1930s

Dorita Fairlie Bruce (1885–1970) was a British children's author who wrote the popular Dimsie series of books published between 1921 and 1941. Her books were second in popularity only to Angela Brazil's during the 1920s and 1930s. She was a pioneer in creating series of books which followed a group of girls throughout their schooldays and even beyond. Her Dimsie, Nancy and Springdale series all follow this pattern, which was widely imitated.

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Dimsie Moves Up is the second of the Dimsie books by author Dorita Fairlie Bruce. First published in 1921, the book was illustrated by Wal Paget. The protagonist Dimsie is now a year older and had moved up one grade at the Jane Willard Foundation

Dimsie Moves Up is the second of the Dimsie books by author Dorita Fairlie Bruce. The protagonist Dimsie is now a year older and had moved up one grade at the Jane Willard Foundation. School Books by Dorita Fairlie Bruce listed in their Series. Jane Willard (Dimsie) (1921-1941)

Dimsie moves up - fairlie bruce dorita - 1983.

Dimsie moves up - fairlie bruce dorita - 1983.

Dorita Fairlie Bruce was a British children's author who wrote the popular Dimsie series of books published . In about 1895 the family moved to Ealing, NW London, where Dorita was to live until 1949

Dorita Fairlie Bruce was a British children's author who wrote the popular Dimsie series of books published between 1921. In about 1895 the family moved to Ealing, NW London, where Dorita was to live until 1949. At about the same time she went to boarding school at Clarence House in Roehampton, the model for Dimsie's school, the 'Jane Willard Foundation'. Many of her holidays were spent with relations in Scotland, particularly the Firth of Clyde area around

Dorita Fairlie Bruce (1885–1970) was a British children's author, most notably of the Dimsie books published between 1921 and 1941. Her books were second in popularity only to Angela Brazil's during the 1920s and '30s. v · d · eSchool Books by Dorita Fairlie Bruce listed in their Series. Jane Willard (Dimsie) (1921-1941). The Senior Prefect (Dimsie Goes To School, 1925) (1921), Dimsie Moves Up (1921), Dimsie Moves Up Again (1922), Dimsie Among the Prefects (1923), Dimsie, Head Girl (1925), Dimsie Intervenes (1936), Dimsie Grows Up (1924), Dimsie Goes Back (1927), Dimsie Carries On (1941). St Bride's and Maudsley (Nancy) (1923-1944).

com: DIMSIE MOVES UP: 1947. Good condition in a good dustwrapper. Grey cloth with red titles and vignette of girls head. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Covers are unevenly faded, spine is foxed. Ink inscription, name and address and numbers to front endpaper. Some browning to endpapers. Foxing to page edges. Brown spot to lower margin of pages 12-16, contents generally clean. Bruce, Dorita Fairlie. Published by Geoffrey Cumberlege, Oxford University Press, 1947. Condition: Good Hardcover. From Stella & Rose's Books, PBFA (Tintern, MON, United Kingdom).

Dorita Fairlie Bruce (1885-1970) was one of the 'big three' of English girl's .

Dorita Fairlie Bruce (1885-1970) was one of the 'big three' of English girl's literature - the other two being Elsie J. Oxenham of The Abbey Girls series and Elinor Brent-Dyer, who write the Chalet School books. Bruce's Dimsie books are all, bar the final story, based in the school, The Jane Willard, which is based on Bruce's own school, Clarence House. Moving through the series as the girls move up through the grades, Rosamund's young niece, Hilary, arrives at the school with tumultuous effect, being a much indulged young lady who has garnered her knowledge of boarding schools almost entirely from boy's adventure stories. Children's literature portal.

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