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Some Catchy Titles!

In "The Soul of a Stranger," Penelope reads a novel called "Memoirs of an Old Wig." Believe it or not, that's a real book!



Here are a couple of examples of other eighteenth century book titles: "’Twas Wrong To Marry Him" and "The Affecting History Of Two Young Gentlewomen, Who Were Ruined By Their Excessive Attachment To The Amusements Of The Town. To Which Are Added, Many Practical Notes, By Dr. Typo."  


Too funny! I find myself wondering what all of Charissa's novels were called...?

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