(Our Hearts Were Young And Gay An Unforgettable Comic Chronicle of Innocents Abroad in the 1920s) PDF/EBOOK ¼ Cornelia Otis Skinner


Which martyrs have walked to stand in the rooms of kingsThis book is filled with that wonder and perhaps the reason I njoy it so much is because I resonate so strongly with those feelings I am a privileged girl and have seen many of the places in this book And while it may be Why Not Tonight (Happily Inc., easy to laugh at Cornelia Emily s mishaps wardrobe choices and grand imaginations that is how I felt and continue to feelvery time I set foot in a new land What is melancholy and profound than to see a thousand objects for the first and last time To travel is to be born and to die at Her First Mother (Conveniently Wed, every instantVictor Hugo But before I begin to wax too poetic and scare off some of my light hearted friends allow me to point out that this book is hilarious and loveable and huggable and if you do not have a bellyache from suppressed laughter by the time you ve finished I pity thee On the other hand it does poke fun at a few of my favorite books and authors I felt like a French aristocrat who hadscaped the talons of the revolution although the only one I remotely resembled was the Scarlet Pimpernell Um Welcome Home, Cowboy (Wed In The West, excuse me I do not recall Sir Percy looking hideous EVER uite to the contrary and my some miracle we got through without losing a wheel or running over any small children whichver since I read A Tale of Two Cities I thought coaches always did is offended Nothing Emily said was a greater aid to beauty than a long slumber the Snowbound Bride (Harlequin Men in Uniform Miniseries) eyes were mad clear and sparkling and the skin like tinted porcelain She must have gotten that out of Gene Stratton Porter Cornelia I hereby challenge thee to a duel Thou hast insulted the author of FrecklesAnd there was a leetle bit of unseemly content God s name is used in vain once or twice as well as one damned and not in the biblical context In addition the 19 ish year olds learn about the birds and the bees from a painting The book doesn t dwell on this Aaannddven in the good old Cowboys Baby (Ranching Family, early 20s they run into a couple who in their innocence they describe as good friends and who their mother attempts toxplain to the. Mically details the pair's youthful trip abroad two decades Between the Land and the Sea (Marinas Tales, earlier when they were almost out of their teens and on their own for the first time From its very beginning the flavor of the work is deliciouslyvident as Emily surprises a naked man in his hotel room before the girls have Gilligan Unbound evenmbarked From Montreal to London to Paris pisode follows upon.

Funny and delightful Many laugh out loud moments specially in the Hotshot P.I. early part of the adventure I would give this little book stars if I could It is a JOY and a TREASURE I will be buying copies to give as gifts What a wonderful well written smart and hilarious true account of two friends in the 1920 s going to Europe for the summer Just loved it so much I was first introduced to this book by a college friend the firstdition with sprightly line illustrations and the special war Mean Girls edition print going near thedges of the page From the get go I was in love perhaps because I was about the age of Cornelia and Emily and I wanted to go to Europe like they didEventually I did go Moonlight and Mistletoe (Harlequin Historical, even visiting a few of the same places St Valeryn Caux the Cluny Museum and I was reminded of their adventures very tame by today s standards but still funnySkinner s writing is a bit wordy and passe compared to how it might be written today and I had to go to my French English dictionary than once That s part of the charm of this memoir of the 1920 s Without a doubt this is my favorite book Duty to Protect ever I seldom reread books but I ve read this one at least 4 or 5 times and I laugh until I cryach time I buy copies at used book sales and give them to my friends I read this because it was in the bookcase in my parents home when I was stuck inside during a blizzard when I was a teenager and laughed so hard I cried I still have that original copy but I d love to hear this readAs I review my books I realize that this is the first memoir I read Ever What a way to go I was young and poisonously innocent when I read it and didn t realize the significance it would come to have in my later years I came to realize that as Mae West once said Keep a diary and some day it will keep you Diaries spruced up and made palatable for the general public are the real memoirs of the past I m hoping to find this for a reread when I unpack my books this summer Fingers crossed To be young and free and to see the world to touch for the first time stones on. None of Cornelia Otis Skinner's many accomplishments as actress or author came close to matching the phenomenal popularity of Our Hearts Were Young and Gay which appeared in 1942 and went through than twenty printings a total of than two million copies A collaboration with her former Bryn Mawr classmate Emily Kimbrough the memoir charmingly and uite co.

M by comparing them to Oscar Wilde None of this is The Surprise Triplets (Safe Harbor Medical emphasized though and the first time I read it in my innocence I had no idea what they were talking about Alcohol consumption and smoking are mention numerous times and the girlsrm do a lot of flirting And yet I would still classify this book as innocent and clean sooAfter finishing this book it is likely you will wish you could time travel and tour the continent in the 1920s if we re still talking about downsides you know i never understood what charm was until i read this book charm clearly has an innocence lacking in our timesmarvelous read incredibly funny great sharp wit and gentle self deprecating humor We were poisonously young for all the books that i ve read from this time i ve never run across the feeling this one imparts it makes me nostalgic for a time i never xperiencedhighly recommended Our hearts were young and gay and we were leaving a part of them forever in Paris Sighsniff sniffI wish I could have seen England and France in the 1920s A wonderful absolutely charming book The writing is witty light and funny and the adventures make for delightful reading It creates such a wonderful picture of 1920s European travel but is also a deliciously high spirited and cheery tale wonderful Hilarious A best selling book during the 1940s Two young women graduate from college and decide to tour Europe A funny story I m sitting in the dentist chair with my mouth filled with goo waiting for the flouride treatment to do its magic In my hand is Our Hearts Were Young and Gay I had found this old title on my late mother s bookshelf where it had sat dusty and neglected for years I had always wondered why my mother had this book in her library So my mouth is filled with glop and my teeth are immobile in these pasty stiff trays shaped like horseshoes and I m reading OHWYG And I start to laugh And then I start to guffaw But I can t get a breath because of the pasty horseshoe glop so I start to shake and uiver a bit while gasping because I m laughi. Episode absurdity upon absurdity shipwreck in the Saint Lawrence River an astonishingly funny game of deck tennis Emily hitting a drowning man with a deck chair Cornelia breaking out with the measles both girls oblivious to the ill repute of the house in Dieppe where they found lodging one night with sightseeing and romantic yearnings coming in between.

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Cornelia Otis Skinner was an American author and actress Skinner was the daughter of the actor Otis Skinner and his wife Maud Durbin Skinner After attending the all girls' Ethel Walker School and Bryn Mawr College 1918 1919 and studying theatre at the Sorbonne in Paris she began her career on the stage in 1921 She appeared in several plays before embarking on a tour of the United States f


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