A Garland for Girls. Louisa May ALCOTT.
A Garland for Girls
A Garland for Girls
A Garland for Girls
A Garland for Girls
A Garland for Girls

A Garland for Girls

Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1888. First Edition. Cloth. [FICTION] University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [Massachusetts]. First Edition. 16mo; [1] publisher’s ad after Contents, 258pp + [8pp] illustrations of “Louisa May Alcott’s Famous Books followed by 12pp “Messrs. Roberts Brothers Standard Library Books”; green cloth over board with gilt and black title stamped on cover and spine; white endpapers printed in olive with an all-over leafy pattern; publisher’s advertisements at front and back; frontispiece and six plates inserted; gift inscription dated 1888 on front flyleaf; light wear to spine, ink splat to front board, lightly cocked forward; very good. BAL 217, 2. Very good. Item #1476

A Garland for Girls is a series of short stories by Louisa May Alcott, “written for my own amusement during a period of enforced seclusion.” as per the preface by Alcott. An American novelist, Alcott (1832-1888) most noted for her novels, Little Women and Little Men, was motivated to write at an early age to assist with family financial support.

Price: $150.00

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