AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (AM): Two Pages from JACK AND JILL: A VILLAGE STORY. Louisa May ALCOTT.

AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT (AM): Two Pages from JACK AND JILL: A VILLAGE STORY

no date [1880]. Manuscript. Two 7-5/8" x 9-3/4" pages of AUTOGRAPH MANUSCRIPT on two lined sheets of paper consisting of @300 words completely in Alcott's hand. In part: "'Jill goes wherever Jack does & he lets her. He's such a good-natured chap he can't say No.' 'To a girl,' shyly added one of the boys who had wished to borrow the red sled & been politely refused because Jill wanted it. 'He's the nicest boy in the world for he never gets mad,' said the timid young lady recalling the many times Jack had shielded her from the terrors which beset her path to school in the shape of cows, dogs, & boys who made faces & called her 'Fraid cat.'" Much more. Minor soiling, Near Fine. Housed in a Fine custom-made blue half-morocco slipcase with raised bands and gilt lettering on the spine. Item #016226

Price: $5,000.00