The Little French Girl by Anne Douglas Sedgwick, 1924
Sedgwick's most popular work continues her characteristic documentation of national differences in the contrast between the French and the English as the daughter of a worldly Frenchwoman goes to England to make a good match.
The novel was made into a popular silent film the year after it was published.
- 1924 copy of The Little French Girl by Anne Douglas Sedgwick (who also goes by her married name Mrs Basil de Selincourt)
- hardcover, no dust jacket
- fading and discoloration on the cover, though overall great condition