London: Heinemann, (1959). Reprint. original green cloth lettered in gilt. Fine/pictorial dust jacket (slightly rubbed). Quarto. Illustrated "When 'Elizabeth and her German Garden' appeared in September 1898, the reviewers were intrigued by the mystery of the author's identity, but all of them proclaimed the arrival of a new and delightful literary personality. Eleven editions were printed before 1898 had closed, and many more were to follow. ... Born Mary Annette Beauchamp, in Australia, she ... met Graf Henning August von Arnim-Schlagenthin ... wooed, won and carried off by him to Germany ... Drawing on Elizabeth's own journals, letters and books, and on the writings and memories of her family and many friends, ... Leslie de Charms takes the reader into her intimate circle." -from the dust jacket. (Inventory #: 33926)
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