Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern. It was previously published by other bona fide publishers, and is now, after many years, back in print.
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Look inside the book: It was she who salted our coffee and sugared our toast; it was she who made puns for us, and wrote verses; it 23 was she who sewed up pockets in overcoats, or stole cigars, or dipped the ends in water; it was she who nursed all the sick children in the house; it was she who cut out frocks, and pinafores, and caps, for unskilful mothers; it was she who was here and there, and every where, the embodiment of mischief, and fun, and kindness; and as she flew past her handsome husband, (with her finger on her lip,) bent upon some new prank, he would look after her with a proud, happy smile, more eloquent than words.
...Some bitter thoughts were doubtless occasioned, by the remembrance of the luxuries of which she had been so suddenly bereft; it was hard to sink like a star behind the hills of adversity—to pass suddenly from a gay and splendid career into the obscurity of a more common-place and quiet life; and we can excuse the sensitive Fanny for some unreasonable complaints; but, thanks to her own and her husband's father, she had the consolation and treasure of a home—a home, which, however modest, was in 28 every respect comfortable, and not altogether inelegant. ...Continua Nascondi