Gala-Days

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Hardcover, textured brown cloth lettered in gold on spine. All edges stained red. Brown coated end-papers. 436 pages. First edition. Gail Hamilton was the pseudonym of Mary Abigail Dodge, an American essayist. This volume contains eight of her essays, six of which appeared originally in the Atlantic Monthly, They range from the cultural expectations of motherhood. to which she was opposed, to travel, the Civil War and even the family canary. Ex lending library copy with partially removed label on front end-paper and small neat number on title, else no other markings. Light wear to spine ends and tips, and spine lettering dulled. Still a square, tight, clean, internally unmarked copy. Near very good. BAL 4705

Additional information

Weight 1.75 lbs
Book Author

Hamilton, Gail

Publisher

Ticknor and Fields

Publish Year

Publish Place

Boston

Size

8vo – over 7¾ – 9¾" tall

Book Condition

Binding Type

Hardcover

Language

Edition