Date: 2017-08-11 03:45 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] carbonel
I reread the first half-dozen of the Cherry Ames books many times, too. I remember being taken aback at the graduation scene when Cherry just kind of realizes that oops, there's a war on. It seems like a rather important thing to slip one's mind. And the entire class volunteers to go into the army, which seems awfully convenient.

I guess even at the age of eight or so, I had an eye out for plot holes and structure issues.
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