Three Daughters. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1929.
First Edition. F. M. dustjacket art. "What the girls of 1900 thought of their elders, the Victorian generation. They seem so young, so modern, so alive, and so amusing, these girls, that it is with a shock that one sees that , twenty years later, they have become exactly like their parents. As their mother was shocked at them, so they shudder at Sex Appeal and the New Poetry". Uncommon title. Very Good, some light dampstains to cloth, pages with mild wave, in nearly Very Good dustjacket, some light staining and soiling.
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