"Bernice Bobs Her Hair" was Fitzgerald's fourth Saturday Evening Post story and provided the subject for the dust-jacket illustration when it was collected in Flappers and Philosophers. In the story, Bernice's long flowing hair is one of her greatest treasures. When her cousin Marjorie suggests she "bob" it, life changes for both of them.More
Veteran performer Cindy Hardin Killavey takes listeners back to a time when keeping one's hair short was something only "liberated" women did, in this performance of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "Bernice Bobs Her Hair". What had started out as letters of advice from Fitzgerald to his younger sister, this story follows the wealthy but socially awkward Bernice in her quest to attract a suitor and hold a better social standing. With the help of her cousin, Marjorie, Bernice improves her conversational skills and her success with boys but falls victim to a nasty trick. Killavey's warm performance ensures this fun, mischievous story will entertain listeners just as much as when it was first released.
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Fun, but annoying.
- Mary B. Reiten
ok story, rather lackluster narration