Bernice Bobs Her Hair
Bernice Bobs Her Hair Quotes
Find the perfect quote to float your boat. Shmoop breaks down key quotations from Bernice Bobs Her Hair.
Women and Femininity Quotes
The balcony was inside. It consisted of the circle of wicker chairs that lined the wall of the combination clubroom and ballroom. At these Saturday-night dances it was largely feminine; a great bab...
The main function of the balcony was critical. It occasionally showed grudging admiration, but never approval, for it is well known among ladies over thirty-five that when the younger set dance in...
"What's a little cheap popularity?" Mrs. Harvey sounded annoyed. "It's everything when you're eighteen," said Marjorie emphatically. (29-30)
"Well," said Marjorie, "no girl can permanently bolster up a lame-duck visitor, because these days it's every girl for herself. I've even tried to drop her hints about clothes and things, and she's...
Marjorie did her work very coldly and succinctly in three sentences. "You may as well get Warren out of your head," she said coldly. "What?" Bernice was utterly astounded. "You may as well stop mak...
Warren, who had grown up across the street from Marjorie, had long been "crazy about her." Sometimes she seemed to reciprocate his feeling with a faint gratitude, but she had tried him by her infal...
People who Shmooped this also Shmooped...
Noodle's College Search