The Secret Garden Turns 100

August 17, 2011 § Leave a comment

Last week, The Secret Garden turned one hundred years old, and yes, we were too busy gushing over photography and reading up on Georgette Heyer, s we missed it.  The above article celebrates the book and its feminist leanings, since the main character Mary takes care of herself and never bows to patriarchy.

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