The Buffer

The Buffer Cynthia had a most exasperating family but she bore their stupidities with a charming grace There were her bedridden aunt her sentimental mother her brother who was always in trouble her sister wh

  • Title: The Buffer
  • Author: Alice Hegan Rice
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 191
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Cynthia had a most exasperating family, but she bore their stupidities with a charming grace There were her bedridden aunt, her sentimental mother, her brother who was always in trouble, her sister who wanted to elope, and countless aunts and uncles and cousins who were full of advice and tedious talk.But Cynthia was both gallant and ambitious Through all the welter sheCynthia had a most exasperating family, but she bore their stupidities with a charming grace There were her bedridden aunt, her sentimental mother, her brother who was always in trouble, her sister who wanted to elope, and countless aunts and uncles and cousins who were full of advice and tedious talk.But Cynthia was both gallant and ambitious Through all the welter she moved serenely and confidently How she found time for a life of her own and sought an answer to her own tangled love problems with two men of utterly different character makes a pleasant and humorously written story with a quiet appeal and a gentle charm.

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    1. I wish Rice was still living so that I could tell her how much I enjoyed this book. The writing is superb and the characters are memorable.

    2. Of course I love Rice. Louisville native, talks about the city in her books, and is a wonderful writer. I thought I had read all her good stuff, having ventured several books past her first book and big hit "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch". As they started to deteriorate, I figured that was it. And then I find this book. Now, this is 28 years later (1929) than Mrs. Wiggs (1901), so she's had plenty of time to hone her craft. And it shows! I don't want to give the plot away, but it is a pretty t [...]

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