Summary

Bernice has rare beauty and wealth, but is undeniably socially awkward. Her cousin Marjorie does her best to make Bernice into a social vampire. Being a socialite in America in the 1920s, it seems to her that some of the more archaic feminine ideals need to go. Bernice's long, luxurious hair may need to go, too.
Public Domain (P)2007 B.J. Harrison
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4 out of 5 stars
By Fiona on 14-04-12

Original "Mean Girls"!

Interesting short story, a 1920s. "Mean Girls". A great introduction for teenagers to classic literature. Would have had more impact for them if read by a younger female. Well worth listening to, and it makes a real change from longer novels.

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5 out of 5 stars
By SM on 10-04-12

Excellent story!

Would you listen to Bernice Bobs Her Hair again? Why?

Yes. I like the story.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Bernice Bobs Her Hair?

When Bernice gets her own back.

Have you listened to any of B. J. Harrison’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No.

If you could take any character from Bernice Bobs Her Hair out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Bernice, because she is the least evil.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Bjorn on 21-02-12

Love F. Scott

He has such a clear writing style that makes it an easy listen. If you liked the Great Gatsby, you'll love this short story. I can honestly say I did not foresee the twist at the end.

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