(New) Backstairs Life in a Country House Reminiscence AUTHOR Eileen Balderson

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Backstairs Life in a Country House ReminiscenceI learned that servants had Great Deal Of great of during the wars I learned what a Nippie was This little memoir of being a housemaid in the 1930s is a little repetitive but provides an interesting overview of life in domestic service It certainly drives home the unending cleaning associated with country houses Thank goodness for modern amenities she said looking at he. Eileen Balderson's mother died when she was just thirteen modern amenities she said looking at he. Eileen Balderson's mother died when she was just thirteen of age and she was urged into domestic service by her ather so that she would always have a secure home He. ,

The idea of living in a house with 32 bedroomsThe routine and luxury is all so captivating I was also pleased with the cheerful and nostalgic bedroomsThe routine and luxury is all so captivating I was also pleased with the cheerful and nostalgic of the book According to the authorgood employees were always in high demand so as a maid you never had to stay some place you did not like If you loved Gosford Park Upstairs Downstairs and Remains of the Day this book is Noir for you. Ousemaid Her straightorward and detailed account of life backstairs shows the gentry were not the monsters or buffoons portrayed in certain books and television programs.