General Fiction 313
The story of seven girls who have banded themselves together for mutual help and cheer under the name of «Nous Autres.» They represent, collectively, the professions open to women of no deliberate training, though well educated. They are introduced to the reader at one of their weekly gatherings and then the author proceeds to depict the home and business life of each one individually. (From the 1909 back-of-book advertisement)
Read from the 1914 edition, Methuen & Co. Ltd. pub
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