My dear Kitty,                 I'm sorry for not writing; I've been neglecting you shamefully, even though you'd probably rather do without my writing to you, especially considering that I never really seem to write anything useful or interesting, much less cheerful.                 I'm going for a slightly different format today:                                                   Books In General:1) The Diary of a Young Girl               - Anne Frank's diary in a nutshell. An amazing book; someone who goes through so much can still seem to be both happy and funny, and upset and profound at the same time. It's an insight to a house in hiding in the second world war. Anne Frank is truly a role-model.  2) Anne Of Green Gables              - Another Anne, but this time a red haired, fiery tempered girl living on Prince Edward Island. Adopted by Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert, she falls in love, falls out of love, argues, apologises and much more throughout the series. It's funny and sad at the same time, as well as meaningful.  3) Little Women               - Incredibly irritating because they're all so pious, but also good because it has morals and decent ideas in it. It tells the story of Jo, Beth, Amy and Meg. It's a good book when it isn't irritating and makes me cry every time. 4) What Katy Did               - Also very annoying, but good in parts, with rather odd ideas. Katy is only decent at the beginning because she becomes especially pious after she falls off the swing. The books get better after the first because less irritating characters come in, but are still pretty annoying. They're good for light reading and when you're not fully concentrating on them, but otherwise they're not too bad, just annoying. 5) The Chalet School Series                - Most of these books are out of print, but they're really good to get into; they're rather like Harry Potter, in that something life-threatening happens in every single book, but they're good for when you're bored and tired, and if you want to pick up some unhelpful German phrases.             I've probably bored you to tears already, so I'm going away now. I've read these five so many times that I can probably recite most of the to you, especially the first and last, but I won't, because that would probably be even more boring than usual.          I'll write again soon; I have to go and learn Tacitus for a Latin exam this afternoon. Hopefully it'll be something more interesting next time I write.Ever yours,           Francesca

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cept hitler..he wasnt good at heart..he was also a vegetarian and an artist...fancy that!