The Golden Girl


Clio Chrysos, a young Greek girl studying’ to be a teacher in England, is given the job of accompanying a party of school children on a tour of her native land. In the group is Professor Whitfield, the leader of the party, teacher, Alex Sorkin and his wife, Adelaide. Clio’s hair is yellow – rare for a Greek – and her surname means gold. When Professor Whitfield introduces her to the Sorkins as hisĀ  “golden girl”, they appear, very startled. The Sorkins say they do not know any Greek, but Clio is astonished to overhear both the Sorkins speaking to – a workman in perfect Greek.



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