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Letters to Alice: On First Reading Jane Austen

by Weldon, Fay

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


New York: Taplinger (1985). Quarter cloth with gilt lettering. 127 pages. Crease to rear jacket flap. Contents clean and tight. "Correspondence with an imaginary niece discusses why it is important to read Jane Austen and what an aspiring novelist can learn from her.". Very Good/Very Good.


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