In 1973, Mitford accepted a position at San Jose State University, detailing the experience in an essay in the Atlantic Monthly.
Even the hysterics of the Mitford household have been more comprehensively covered by Nancy and Decca.
A few days after the arrival of two large watch-dogs and of the heavy shutters and door, Mr. Mitford rode in to The Glade.
It is difficult to bear, with any patience, her praises of Dr. Mitford.
As Mitford remarks, beech and stretch form an imperfect rhyme.
Dr. Mitford would have certainly disapproved had he been still alive.
And this appears to Mr Mitford to constitute his peculiar title to admiration.
Ah, poor thing,” said Mitford; “then she died and he married again?
Mrs. Mitford had sent an earnest invitation to Mrs. Renshaw and Marion to take up their abode with her.
Mitford considers this use of the word "unusually bold, to say the least."