Social setup in Chrestomancy books

rohina at shaw.ca rohina at shaw.ca
Wed May 22 11:12:07 EDT 2002


 > Hmmm.  Governesses, tutors, agents and so on would have eaten with the
> family in Edwardian times, unless there was some special reason 
> why not.  I
> was more worried about the nameless faceless footmen and other under
> servants - who educates their children?

But they aren't nameless and faceless. Unless you are Gwendolyn. Cat
realises in the book that he shouldn't be treating the maids badly:
eveyone in a senior position at the castle supports the actions of the
boyfriend of the persecuted maid. 

Robyn 

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