By: Thanet, Octave (Alice French)

Price: $12.95

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Publisher's full green cloth, gilt (white) lettering and decoration on spine, gilt (white) lettering and hour-glass decoration with blind-stamped wreath medallion on cover. 12mo. (xii), 477, (4) pp. Illustrated with full-page, B&W, glossy plates by Luvius Wolcott Hitchcock. Former owner's name and date (Dec. 25, 1906) on ffep, otherwise unmarked. Modest shelf-wear at head and heel of spine and corners, front hinge starting, tight and square. VERY GOOD. In the 1890s, one of the most well-known popular magazine contributors signed her stories and essays Octave Thanet, the pseudonym used by Alice French. Alice French (1850 - 1934), better known as Octave Thanet, was an American novelist. She was born at Andover, Massachusetts, a daughter of George Henry and Frances Wood French, and began her literary career about 1878 with studies of a social and economic bent, but soon turned to short stories, especially after her removal to the West. Iowa and Arkansas gave her opportunities for exploiting regions hitherto little attempted in fiction. French's mother, Frances, was the daughter of Massachusetts Governor Marcus Morton.. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall


Author Name: Thanet, Octave (Alice French)

Illustrator: Illustrated by Lucius Wolcott Hitchcock

Categories: Illustrated Books, Fiction, Novels, Poetry & Literature,

Edition: First Edition Thus. 1

Publisher: NY, Grosset & Dunlap: 1905

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Item: 1.00 lbs

Seller ID: 5837

Keywords: Novels; Fiction; Literature; Americana Western Fiction