Excerpt from The Red Rugs of Tarsus: A Woman's Record of the Armenian Massacre of 1900
When I was a Freshman at Bryn Mawr I decided I should write something. My girl hood was uneventful and joyous - the girlhood of the lucky American who has a wholesome good time. I knew I must wait for experience. I was too sensitive about my youth to expose what I was thinking, for fear they would know I was not grown up.
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