By Virginia Reynolds, Virginia Potter, Angela Potter
Both ladies have been born in Richmond, Virginia, and raised in privileged conditions. Virginia Dickinson Reynolds was once the kid of a accomplice military officer and was once additionally a far off cousin of poet Emily Dickinson. Virginia Potter traveled largely until eventually she married an English military officer and settled in his kingdom. The women's intensely shut bond shines via Shared Histories as, at times, do their class-conscious, Anglo-Saxon sensibilities. occasionally poignant, occasionally bristling, constantly candid, those letters painting inner most worlds of culture faced with international change.
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The Moderates’ Dilemma: Massive Resistance to School Desegregation in Virginia (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1998). 36. For further information, see R. : Exeter University Press, 1996), 176–187. 37. Gary B. Nash and Julie Roy Jeffrey, The American People: Creating a Nation and a Society (New York: Longman, 1998), 864. 38. In the 1920s the cartoon character Barney Google owned a horse named Sparkplug, which often protested at its weariness. The day after Virginia Reynolds had complained of feeling “as weary as Sparkplug,” her daughter happened to learn at school that the French word for sparkplug is bougie.
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Shared Histories: Transatlantic Letters between Virginia Dickinson Reynolds and Her Daughter, Virginia Potter, 1929-1966 by Virginia Reynolds, Virginia Potter, Angela Potter