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Joannas and Janes lifestyles The Girls of Slender Means by Murial Spark is a novel about the girls who lived in the May of Teck Club during the year of 1945 There are many characters involved but the ones who caught my attention the most are Jane Wright and Joanna Childe They represent different aspects of ideas lifestyles and also have different perspectives on the World of Books Joanna Childe was the daughter of a country rector She was very intelligent had strong obscure emotions 8 and religious strength 165 She was very well build Joanna Childe was large 9 fair and healthy-looking 22 She had light shiny hair blue eyes and deep-pink cheeks She never used a scrap of make-up because she didnt really care about her looks and she wasnt looking for a husband either Jane Wright on the other hand was very fat and felt miserable about it She tried to blame her work for her appetite she was miserable about her fatness and spent much of her time in eager dread of the next meal and in making resolutions what to eat of it and what to leave and in making counter-resolutions in view of the fact that her work at the publishers was essentially mental which meant that her brain had to be fed more than most peoples 35-36 Unlike Joanna Jane was on the look-out for a husband 32 since she was only twenty two years old Joannas and Janes occupations evolved around the world of books However they had different perspectives about it Jane worked for a publisher and Joanna attended a school of drama to be a teacher of elocution Jane thought of the publishing business as essentially disinteresting 39 while Joanna chose her profession because of her love for poetry poetry especially the declamatory sort excited her and possessed her she would pounce on the stuff play with it quivering in
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