Different Girls

Elizabeth JORDAN (1867 - 1947) and Richard LE GALLIENNE (1866 - 1947)

This is a collection of the best short stories about girls published in Harper's Magazine from 1895 to 1906. The girls in these stories are not the typical 'girl' from late 19th century novels. They are..different. They are actually [gasp] real people! Not necessarily shy, not necessarily bold, not necessarily well read and mostly, not waiting around to be rescued and most definitely not heroines but all of them are completely human. These stories by some of the best authors of the time are about girls in a different light, they are all American girls (except for one, Katie's Sister Josephene), some Irish-American, some older, some younger but all seeing life from a girl's perspective and with a girl's zest for life. So let's go back a hundred years to see what 'different' girls were like then. - Summary by Phil chenevert

Genre(s): Anthologies

Language: English

Section Chapter Author Source Reader Time Language
Play 00 Introduction Etext BettyB
00:03:20
Play 01 The Little Joys of Margaret Etext Kate Follis
00:25:19
Play 02 Kittie's Sister Josephine Etext Kate Follis
00:30:17
Play 03 The Wizard's Touch Etext Stuart Partin
00:31:14
Play 04 The Bitter Cup Etext VfkaBT
00:20:03
Play 05 His Sister Etext Kate Follis
00:53:12
Play 06 The Perfect Year Etext Eva Davis
00:18:18
Play 07 Editha Etext Kate Follis
00:38:48
Play 08 The Stout Miss Hopkins's Bicycle Etext Kate Follis
00:53:03
Play 09 The Marrying of Esther Etext Kalynda
00:32:25
Play 10 Cordelia's Night of Romance Etext Kate Follis
00:30:08
Play 11 The Prize-Fund Beneficiary Etext Kate Follis
00:35:55