The Career of Katherine Bush

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The story of a self-made woman who, by her courage and her brains, worked her way up the ladder of life, and made good as she rose.

"I always did say that you would pick up rubbishly ideas bothering after those evening lectures and French classes-instead of coming with Glad and Bert and me to the cinema, like a decent Christian-it was a low sort of thing to do, I think, and looked as if we'd none of us had a proper education-and all they have done for you is to unsettle your mind, my dear-so I tell you.' ...'Probably-the thing I mean does not lie in moral qualities-I suppose it ought to-but it doesn't-We had a real sharp last week, and to look at and to hear him talk he was a perfect gentleman, with refined and easy manners; he would never have done anything in bad taste like Fred and Bert often do."

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