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Carly: She was once candy. shrewdpermanent. Self-destructive. She knew the secrets and techniques of Brighton Day School’s such a lot privileged scholars. secrets and techniques that acquired her killed.

Neily: Dumped via Carly for a infamous undesirable boy, Neily didn’t solution the telephone name she made sooner than she died. If he had, possibly he can have helped her. Now he can’t get similar to her dead physique out of his mind.

Audrey: She’s the explanation Carly bought knotted up with Brighton’s speedy crowd within the first position, and now she regrets it—especially on account that she’s confident the police have positioned the inaccurate individual in penal complex. Audrey thinks the assassin is anyone at Brighton, and she or he desires Neily to assist her discover who it is.

As reluctant allies Neily and Audrey dig into their shared earlier with Carly, her involvement with Brighton’s darkish goings-on involves gentle. yet understanding how Carly and her killer healthy into the twisted drama will strength Audrey and Neily to stand difficult truths approximately themselves and the lady they couldn’t shop.

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Moreover, the small sums involved did not preclude women from making a formidable financial contribution to the foreign missionary effort, enough to eventually allow women a measure of freedom from the dominance of their parent board. From its creation in 1878, to the death in 1895 of Mrs. McGavock, the Southern WFMS grew to 70,000 members, supporting 38 foreign missionaries, 109 teachers and helpers, 11 Bible women, twelve boarding schools, and one hospital. 53 per member. 85 chapter 1: women’s missionary societies 49 The monies raised were reflective of the popularity of the missionary movement, and especially the Methodist society, for American women.

By 1896, after nearly twenty-five years, it was estimated that the total number of women belonging to all of the foreign missionary societies was close to 600,000. In comparison, by 1890 the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) had numbered only 7,000 members, while the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) would number only 168,000 by 1899. 80 The Methodist society’s growth had been impressive, with over 150,000 members by 1895, 267,000 in 1910 (at a time when the NAWSA’s membership was only 75,000) and over 500,000 by 1920.

Nathan Hatch described one account of the role of ministers and the audience reaction: to have the power of God “strike fire” over a mass audience; they encouraged uncensored testimonials by persons without respect to age, gender or race . . 36 sino-american friendship the public sharing of private ecstasy . . overt physical display and emotional release . 31 Camp meeting testimonials were likewise at odds with Victorian America’s emphasis upon Victorian constraints against female public speaking.

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