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"Miss Potter": The Power of a Father's Praise

Miss Potter tells the story of Beatrix Potter, the beloved children's author who wrote The Tales of Peter Rabbit. In this scene, Miss Potter receives a statement of encouragement and support from her father that proves more valuable than all of the books she would go on to sell.

The scene begins with Beatrix's mother calling her to greet her father, who has just returned from a social club. The two women have been quarreling over the guest list ...

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