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The Younger Set

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Published (first published 1907)
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Jun 24, 2009 Heather Chambers rated it really liked it
A pretty humorous Victorian romance. Insinuations and double entendre galore; as being Victorian they couldn't go right out and say they were having sex in the bushes.
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Robert William Chambers was an American artist and writer.

Robert was first educated at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute,and then entered the Art Students' League at around the age of twenty, where the artist Charles Dana Gibson was his fellow student. Chambers studied at the École des Beaux-Arts, and at Académie Julian, in Paris from 1886 to 1893, and his work was displayed at the Salon as early
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