British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon holds open the last page of the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter ... more 
British journalist and writer Rob McGibbon holds open the last page of the diary of Olive Higgins from 1914 in his office in west London February 12, 2014. Blog readers and over 1,400 Twitter followers have been reading Higgins' diary online since New Year's Day, released in daily extracts by London-based McGibbon, who was given Olive's diary in 2001 by an antiques dealer. The story of Olive Higgins, is told through the diary she wrote as she set off to school in Paris in January 1914. After just six weeks of entries, however, Olive's voice suddenly falls silent on Wednesday. The teenager became too unwell to write, and eventually died on February 25, 1914. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) less 
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Wed, Feb 12, 2014 10:35 AM EST