Not Quite Perfect by Jane F. King

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A novel on a boarding school for girls run by nuns, through the eyes of a student. Located near Monterey, California, the school caters to the very rich so that the narrator, a doctor's daughter, is considered low woman on the totem pole. She describes the day-to-day activities, including raiding the pantry and sunbathing in the nude. A debut in fiction.

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Published December 5, 1998 by Galhattan Pr. 249 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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(From 1969 to 1972, the years the novel covers, the girls are remarkably drug free and innocent of sex.) They attend dances and beach cookouts arranged by the nuns and participate in a student government that gives the students no power beyond the power to chose who's in and who's out.

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