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Girl With A Pearl Earring by Tracy Chevalier - First Edition - 2000 - from Jeff Bergman Books ABAA/ILAB and Biblio.com

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Girl With A Pearl Earring

by Tracy Chevalier

Condition: As New/As New


Dutton, 2000. Book. As New. Cloth. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Mint copy of thev Author's First Book.Beautiful copy..

A sumptuous new look for Tracy Chevalier's bestselling novel. Griet, the young daughter of a tilemaker in seventeeth century Holland, obtains her first job, as a servant in Vermeer's household. Tracy Chevalier shows us, through Griet's eyes, the complicated family, the society of the small town of Delft, and life with an obsessive genius. Griet loves being drawn into his artistic life, and leaving her former drudgery, but the cost to her own survival may be high.




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