Title: Singing in the Rain [Essays for Thoughtful People]
Author: Anne Shannon Monroe
Description: Stated First Edition. Boards in blue cloth with gilt lettering. Corners lightly pushed. Short gift inscription on flyleaf, else interior clean and unmarked. Dust jacket chipped at head of spine and front bottom corner; other minor edgewear; light soiling on front panel; spine toned; not price clipped ($2.00); in an archival mylar sleeve. pp. viii, 340.
Essays on life, relationships, marriage, children, personal struggles, loneliness, virtues, manners, and what might be called beautiful living. Monroe's writings here, which stress family love and elevated home-keeping, are sympathetic, instructive, and personal.
Anne Shannon Monroe (1873-1942) was an American writer and novelist. Though born in Missouri, she resided in Washington state throughout her youth and early adulthood. After living for a few years in Chicago, she returned to the Pacific Northwest and Oregon in 1907. In addition to writing several novels she was also a contributor to several magazines including the Saturday Evening Post, Good Housekeeping, and the Ladies' Home Journal.
Condition: Very Good+
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Co.
Place: Garden City, New York
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