|Title:||The Little French Girl|
|Publisher:||Houghton Mifflin Company|
|Tags:||fiction, film adaptation|
Sedgwick's most popular work continues her characteristic documentation of national differences in the contrast between the French and the English as the daughter of a worldly Frenchwoman goes to England to make a good match.—goodreads.com. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Sedgwick, Anne Douglas
Anne Douglas Sedgwick (1873-1935) was an American born author who spent most her life abroad. In 1908 she married English author Basil de Sélincourt. Her novels follow the school of Henry James which explore the contrasts between American, English and continental social standards. In “Franklin Winslow Kane” (1910) she contrasts an American and an English couple. “Adrienne Toner” (1922) is a character study of an American girl and her power over the English among whom she lives. “The Little French Girl” (1924) presents a contrast between French and English social standards. She also wrote short stories which are collected in “The Nest” (1913) and “Christmas Roses” (1920). (Oxford Companion to American Literature)
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