Fictional Victorian Female
We were then introduced to Mr Cameron, the tall man I spotted in the corner earlier, who turned out to be most delightful, and I was lucky enough to be asked to dance with him not once, nor twice, but three times! The thing that was most striking about him was how open he was. He and I conversed for the entire night, and what surprised me was that we spoke about meaningful issues - such as his job, his family, and even politics! I could see that Mr Cameron was not wealthy, nor did he come from a highly respected family, yet I was drawn to him, and enjoyed speaking to him so much I lost track of time! As the night came to an end, Mr Cameron promised to write me regarding the dinner that was to be held in a week's time. I thanked him for a wonderful night, and told him that I would eagerly await the arrival of his letter. On the journey home, mother asked me who the man I spent all my time with was, and what he did. To that I replied - That ma'm, is Mr Cameron, and he is a true gentleman. And that is all I said for the entire journey. And that is all I have to say for tonight.…
- Brave New World, Aldous Huxley, Chando and Wittus, 1964 (originally published in 1932), 213 pp.
- Fictional Victorian Female
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