III. HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF WORK
IV. WHAT CAN I DO?
V. WHAT TO STUDY
VI. ENGLISH LITERATURE AND OTHER STUDIES
VII. THE COMMONPLACE
X. GIRLS AND THEIR FRIENDS
XI. YOUTHS AND MAIDENS
HOLD UP YOUR HEADS, GIRLS!
When we make an object with our hands, we frequently notice that the
most care is needed as we near its completion. A false stroke of the
brush will change an angel into a demon, a misguided blow of the mallet
will shiver the statue into fragments: so, in the work which attempts
to form a noble womanhood, all the efforts of years of training will
be marred or rendered ineffectual, if the right influence, proper