Pythia's Pupils a Story of a Girl's School by Eva Hartner translated from the German by Mrs. J.W. Davis 1888 A.L.Burt

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Eva Hartner's Pythia's Pupils: A Story of a Girl's School, which Mrs. J.W. Davis translated from German, transports readers to the world of female education and adolescence in the late 19th century. First published in 1888 by A.L. Burt, this hardcover novel captures the essence of a girls' school during the Victorian era.

The story centers around Pythia, a bright and ambitious student, who confronts the challenges of jealousy, academic pressure, and societal expectations. Hartner's novel is a fascinating exploration of gender, education, and social class, making it a captivating read for anyone interested in historical fiction or women's literature.


  • Title: Pythia's Pupils: A Story of a Girl's School
  • Author: Eva Hartner
  • Translator: Mrs. J.W. Davis
  • Publication Date: 1888
  • Publisher: A.L. Burt
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Pages: 306
  • Dimensions: 8x5x1 inches
  • Condition: Minor wear on the cover, signed by the previous owner in pencil

Four Key Elements:

1. Engaging Plot: Follow the journey of Pythia as she navigates the trials of adolescence in a girls' school.

2. Victorian Era Insight: Offers a unique perspective on the lives of young women during this historical period.

3. Themes of Empowerment: touches on issues of gender, education, and social class, resonating with readers who appreciate stories of personal growth and societal 4. challenges.

Historical Significance: A compelling piece of women's literature that provides an authentic glimpse into the past.


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    In Summation:

    Pythia's Pupils is a novel that offers more than just a story; it provides a window into the challenges and triumphs of young women in the Victorian era. It's a must-read for anyone who appreciates historical fiction, women's literature, and tales of resilience and determination.

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