Publisher: Harper & Brothers, New York
Publication Date: 1894
6.5" x 4.75". 330pp., plus ads. Beige cloth with gilt lettering. Cloth soiled, bookplate, else VG condition. NOT near fine. This copy inscribed by the author on the first leaf "Frieda bethmann from the author." "Freeman often placed rebellious heroines in conventional contexts. Yet her work also "explored the psychology of women's conflicts, the complexity of women's sexuality, the role of work in women's lives, the experience and stigma of nineteenth - century spinsterhood, and the unique relationships that women formed outside of marriage and motherhood. Freeman gave voice to the socially unacceptable aspects of nineteenth - century women's inner lives that they had to keep 'in a closet hidden,' to use Freeman's phrase." (Leah Blatt Glasse, Mary Wilkins Freeman's biographer.). Bookseller Inventory # 25674
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Store Description: John Michael Lang Fine Books is a brick & mortar book shop in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood. We are located at: 5416 - 20th Ave. NW Seattle, WA 98107 Our phone number is 206 624 4100. We maintain an inventory of fine books, photographs, art, and ephemera in many fields. Occasional catalogs issued. We are members of the ABAA, the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America.