Concerning Cats: My Own and Some Others

Concerning Cats: My Own and Some Others She Was Such A Pretty Lady, And Gentle Withal So Quiet And Eminently Ladylike In Her Behavior, And Yet Dignified And Haughtily Reserved As A Duchess Still It Is Better, Under Certain Circumstances, To Be A Cat Than To Be A Duchess And No Duchess Of The Realm Ever Had Faithful Retainers Or Half So Abject Subjects

Helen M Winslow pen name, Aunt Philury April 13, 1851 March 27, 1938 was an American editor, author, publisher, and journalist She began her work on Boston papers Winslow served as dramatic editor on The Beacon, 1891 97 editor, Woman s Club Department, Boston Transcript, 1893 98 editor, Woman s Club Department of the Delineator, 1897, and again 1912 editor and publisher, The Club Woman,

[BOOKS] ⚣ Concerning Cats: My Own and Some Others By Helen M. Winslow –
  • Hardcover
  • 226 pages
  • Concerning Cats: My Own and Some Others
  • Helen M. Winslow
  • English
  • 06 September 2018
  • 9780681219182

10 thoughts on “Concerning Cats: My Own and Some Others

  1. says:

    Delightful language and sentiments regarding many special feline friends.

  2. says:

    i finally gave up using a librivox audio file, the woman reading was slaughtering the language and i couldn t take it any bummer language delivery matters, imo it isn t often that i start a book and cannot finish it but it happens once in a while always a disappointment.

  3. says:

    Cats and cat lovers indulgers haven t changed much over the years Interesting book on cats that the author has owned or known Plus sections on cats in the various art forms, types of cat breeds and the origin of cats Some of that can be skimmed through if you don t find it interesting.

  4. says:

    Constant pleasure

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