Growing Up

By: Vorse, Mary Heaton

Price: $100.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good dj

[good solid book, modest shelfwear, light staining/spotting to top of text block, vintage bookseller's label (The Old Corner Book Store, Boston) on front pastedown; jacket has a bit of paper loss at top of spine, extending slightly into the front panel, otherwise just minimally worn]. "A Novel of American Family Life," by this noted journalist, labor activist, and social critic. The New York Times: "It is concerned solely and entirely with the growing up of a small family of children and the trials, perplexities and mooted questions which the parents of those children faced every day of their lives in their effort to do the right thing by their offspring." Deeply involved in radical politics and feminism, Ms. Vorse also wrote romantic fiction for women's magazines of the day; as a journalist she reported on numerous strikes and other labor actions, including the Lawrence Textile Strike in 1912, the steel industry strike of 1919, and the famous Gastonia (N.C.) textile workers strike in 1929; the latter inspired her novel "Strike!" [NOTE that the "3rd printing" is stated only on the jacket; the book itself bears no printing designation.]

Title: Growing Up

Author: Vorse, Mary Heaton

Categories: *NEW ARRIVALS,

Edition: 3rd printing

Publisher: New York, Boni & Liveright: (c.1920)

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Very Good dj

Seller ID: 24143

Keywords: Family Life Fiction: Vintage