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1924 1st year edition "Sixth Impression, October 1924" stated; Houghton Mifflin Company publishers, Boston; hardbound in blue boards with gilt stamp lettering and image on cover; quite good condition with unmarked pages except inside page with previous owner's name; lettering quite good on cover but is faded on spine (see pic); no dust jacket.

 

Description -

Sedgwick's most popular work continues her characteristic documentation of national differences in the contrast between the French and the English as the daughter of a worldly Frenchwoman goes to England to make a good match.

 

The story is of a young French girl sent to live in England and the trials she had learning the culture. It was the basis of a film made in 1929 directed by Herbert Brown and starring Maurice Cannon.

The Little French Girl by Anne Douglas Sedgwick

SKU: BS117v
$22.00Price