The Confession of Dorothy Danner

Struggling through adolescence, after her mother's early death, with what she perceived as emotional abandonment by a distant father, Danner acted out a social script involving servants and private schools in the South, an elite Northern ...

The Confession of Dorothy Danner

Author: Richard Alan Pride

Publisher: Vanderbilt University Press

ISBN: 9780826512703

Page: 271

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Struggling through adolescence, after her mother's early death, with what she perceived as emotional abandonment by a distant father, Danner acted out a social script involving servants and private schools in the South, an elite Northern college, and extensive travel abroad.

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