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Late nako nakatulog kagabi dahil sa lintik na Sara na yan hahaha. Lalo akong nabwisit kay miss minchin, langhiya, napakasama ng budhi. Unang una, child labor yung ginagawa niya kay Sara, becky at peter, pangalawa, kung ako si sara,nahampas ko na ng baseball bat yung gago na yun eh. Anyways, nakakabwisit talagang tumira dito sa impyernong ito. Puro kagaguhan nakikita ko dito. Sana naman umayos tong buhay ko kahit papano.

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Reflex (Jumper Series) by Stephen Gould
I believe I’ll call you Miss Minchin.” The woman looked intrigued, despite herself. “And this refers to?” “Miss Minchin’s Seminary for Select Young Ladies.” Davy wasn’t sure he wanted to get into the plot of A Little Princess with this woman, especially detailing what a cast iron bitch Miss Minchin was.
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GOD MINCHIN I DRAW THE LINE AT YOU DENYING THAT WAS HER FATHER. I DRAW THE FREAKING LINE YOU CRAZY ASS PSYCHO. ALL UP TO THAT POINT ANYONE COULD TRLL YOU WERE UNLOVED AND JUST DID NOT KNOW HOW TO LOVE. OBVIOUSLY YOU CARED ABOUT THE GIRLS. YOU HOUSED THEM. FED THEM. TAUGHT THEM.

BUT YOU TOOK AWAY THEIR RIGHTS TO A CHILDHOOD. AND THEN YOU TRIED TO TAKE AWAY SARAHS LIFE.

CRAZY BITCH. DID YOU REALLY THINK THAT WOULD WORK? I MEAN REALLY. DID YOU REALLY THINK LYING AND SAYING THAT WASNT HER FATHER WAS GOING TO WORK.

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Ms. Minchin, headmistress of the seminary, welcomed Sara Crewe with open arms, even complimenting her beauty–which was her routine whenever new students arrived. She is one of the biggest impacts on Sara when the tragedy came. Because of her cruel nature, she’s made Sara’s life trials and challenges 10x more difficult. Although through the story, we will find out whether this tyranny of hers will prevail.
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  • “She was treated as if she was nobody’s concern, and her heart grew proud and sore, but she never told anyone what she felt.”

    (Sara suffered and no one was there to hold her tight and tell her that it’s going to be alright. Almost everyone in the Seminary treated her like a slave apart from a few. She never bothered to pour out her emotions and to just show how hard it really is for her because she didn’t want to come out as weak. She remained strong even in her darkest moments)

  • “I dare say you could live without me, Sara; but I couldn’t live without you.”

    (Ermengard said this to Sara because she taught that Sara doesn’t want to be her friend anymore and Sara also taught the same thing because she was thinking that why would Ermengard still want to be friends with a scullery maid like her. This shows that even when Sara has nothing, Ermengard was still ready to help her get up and be her friend.)

  • “But I suppose there MIGHT be good in things, even if we don’t see it.”

    (Sara was talking about Miss Minchin when she said this because she couldn’t help to wonder whether Miss Minchin still has kindness in her heart even though it seems hard and cold.)
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a little princess...
miss minchin: don't tell me you still fancy yourself a princess? child, look around you! or better yet, look in the mirror.
sara: i am a princess. all girls are. even if they live in tiny old attics. even if they dress in rags, even if they aren't pretty, or smart, or young. they're still princesses. all of us.
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A Little Princess
Miss Minchin: Don't tell me you still fancy yourself a princess? Child, look around you! Or better yet, look in the mirror.
Sara Crewe: I am a princess. All girls are. Even if they live in tiny old attics. Even if they dress in rags, even if they aren't pretty, or smart, or young. They're still princesses. All of us. Didn't your father ever tell you that? Didn't he?
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Miss Minchin: Don't tell me you still fancy yourself a princess? Child, look around you! Or better yet, look in the mirror.
Sara Crewe: I am a princess. All girls are. Even if they live in tiny old attics. Even if they dress in rags, even if they aren't pretty, or smart, or young. They're still princesses. All of us. Didn't your father ever tell you that? Didn't he?
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