In a letter to his daughter dated August 8, 1933, F. Scott Fitzgerald reminded her to never worry about popular opinion, the past, growing up, and meddlesome external factors like boys and mosquitos in favor of being a courageous and understanding person.
Enjoy this and more fatherly advice from Charles Dickens, Rudyard Kipling, and Thomas Jefferson with these charming cotton napkins. Featuring nostalgic typewriter-inspired print, each letter is brimming with love, advice, and charm from some of literature's greatest gifts to their own. Made in India.
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