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Title: The Clumsiest People In Europe

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Subject: History
Author: James B
Date: October 1, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
Length: 6 / 1519
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Favell Lee Mortimer. Mrs. Mortimer started off as a Children’s writer in the early 1800’s. Midway through her writing career she chose to write a series of Geography books, all of which passages were taken out of to publish “The Clumsiest People in Europe.” This geography trilogy was not a description of only the land itself but also a description of how Mrs...

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Mortimer viewed the personality of the people that lived in each country, how they lived, and almost everything that pertained to the way people lived during this time. The only problem with these descriptions is that they were all mainly assumptions of an entire country based on books that she read and research she did...

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