Powell, Violet. The Constant Novelist. W. Heinemann, 1983.
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CC was educated in Glasgow. She writes of attending, from six to about eight, Miss Watson's school, Glasgow's most expensive private day school for girls. There she experienced torturing piano lessons, having her fingers...
From then on she attended, as a day-girl, the Convent of Our Lady of Sion in Bayswater. Partly modelled on Cheltenham Ladies' College , the convent offered classes in Catholicism and scripture, history, geography...
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It was perhaps her performance in Miss Jourdain's Greek lessons that caused her mother to send her to school. Apart from her slight taste of Cheltenham , Cynthia's only experience of a proper school. was...
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