Catalog Record: Under the lilacs | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Under the lilacs / by Louisa M. Alcott ...

Main Author: Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : Roberts Brothers, c1878
Subjects: Families > Juvenile literature.
Dogs > Juvenile literature.
Circus performers > Juvenile literature.
Note: Publisher's illustrated advertisements: [6] pages following text.
One illustration signed H. Wolf.
On the title-page, in the author's list of books, Little men is not followed by a closing quotation mark (i.e. "Little men). Blanck notes this form as well as that printed as "Little men,' with a closing single quotation mark.
Includes dedication; table of contents.
Frontispiece has guardsheet.
First American edition; cf. Blanck, cited below. London edition issued in parts from 1877-1878.
Physical Description: [8], 305, [7] p., [4] leaves of plates : ill. ; 18 cm.
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