From the gorgeous Easton Press "100 Greatest Books" Collection comes this hard to find turquoise color leather-bound volume featuring 22kt gold accents, wonderful illustrations, moiré fabric endsheets, gilded page ends, and a satin-ribbon page markerLW
While their father serves as a chaplain in the Civil War, the poor but happy March sisters -- Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy -- enjoy youthful adventures from parties to ice-skating as they experience sickness, love and loss. This beloved coming-of-age story explores the struggle between loyalty to one's family and oneself. "She unlatches the door to one house," wrote a critic of the day, "and all find it is their own house which they enter." Charming line and wash images by Henry C. Pitz.
Book condition: Near fine/like new condition.