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Eight Cousins - Preface Post by :ianhollander Category :Long Stories Author :Louisa May Alcott Date :December 2010 Read :3366

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Eight Cousins - Preface

The Author is quite aware of the defects of this little story, many
of which were unavoidable, as it first appeared serially. But, as
Uncle Alec's experiment was intended to amuse the young folks,
rather than suggest educational improvements for the
consideration of the elders, she trusts that these shortcomings will
be overlooked by the friends of the Eight Cousins, and she will try
to make amends in a second volume, which shall attempt to show
The Rose in Bloom.

Louisa May Alcott

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