‘The Bread — Winners.’
Of course Maud Matchin
was a type, and as such more odious than any single approach to it; but I know plenty of girls who contain the Maud Matchin
I have seen but one really developed good specimen.”
Of this unpleasing class also we have all seen suggestions; and we sometimes observe its traits in those who have risen to conspicuous social position.
By way of correction of its perilous tendencies, nothing is better than a pure and wholesome admixture of rusticity.