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The Story of a Mother

£19.99

Product description

The Story of a Mother is a work of fiction by Jane Findlater.

Jane Findlater (1866-1946) is most famous for her work 'The Green Graves of Balgowrie', and as being one of the Findlater Sisters. The Findlater Sisters collaborated on works such as 'Crossriggs'. Her writing is known to show a great attention to detail to everyday life, and the opportunities for women at their time. This is an interesting read and should transport you into the world of 1902.

Condition:
Front and back buckram boards have parts slightly worn away. There is a stain drop on the spine, and part of the buckram has been scraped off. Some signs of shelf wear at the head and tail of the spine, and there are corner bumps. Binding is slightly loose, especially for the first few pages. Some numbers written in the corner of the inside of the front board. Some staining at the edges of a few pages. Only the back free page has been majorly discoloured. Pages in the main body are still white and clear.

Item details

Author(s):
Jane Findlater
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12mo - 7 - 8
Dimensions:
7.75inches x 5.25inches
Edition:
1902
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
291
Publisher:
James Nisbet and Co., Limited
Title:
The Story of a Mother

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About this item

The Story of a Mother is a work of fiction by Jane Findlater.

Jane Findlater (1866-1946) is most famous for her work 'The Green Graves of Balgowrie', and as being one of the Findlater Sisters. The Findlater Sisters collaborated on works such as 'Crossriggs'. Her writing is known to show a great attention to detail to everyday life, and the opportunities for women at their time. This is an interesting read and should transport you into the world of 1902.

Condition:
Front and back buckram boards have parts slightly worn away. There is a stain drop on the spine, and part of the buckram has been scraped off. Some signs of shelf wear at the head and tail of the spine, and there are corner bumps. Binding is slightly loose, especially for the first few pages. Some numbers written in the corner of the inside of the front board. Some staining at the edges of a few pages. Only the back free page has been majorly discoloured. Pages in the main body are still white and clear.

Author(s):
Jane Findlater
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12mo - 7 - 8
Dimensions:
7.75inches x 5.25inches
Edition:
1902
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
291
Publisher:
James Nisbet and Co., Limited
Title:
The Story of a Mother

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