THE LADY IN THE LOOKING GLASS, a Reflection. In Harpers Magazine, Volume 160, December, 1929, Pp. 46-49
by Woolf, Virginia
(Concord, NH): Harpers Magazine/Harper & Brothers, 1929. Original Wraps. Very Good. Large Octavo. First appearance of Virginia Woolf's short story "The Lady in the Looking Glass, A Reflection", pages (46)-49. The touching story of Isabella, or, "People should not leave looking glasses hanging in their rooms." Also included is "What Should Children Tell Parents?" by E.B. White, pages (120)124, an editorial " From the Lion's Mouth". Bound in orange printed paper wraps. A very good copy; very scarce. Housed in a custom leather backed clamshell.
(Inventory #: 6247)
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