1928 LITTLE WOMEN Louisa M. Alcott Hardcover
1928 edition of LITTLE WOMEN by Louisa M. Alcott Harcover published by Gin and Company. There is an inscription on the front end page. The boards and binding are structurally sound. There aren't any obvious signs of marginalization or dog-eared pages.
Little Women was challenged when it was first published because Alcott was both an abolitionist and a feminist. She was a supporter of women's suffrage and, subsequently, the first woman to register to vote in Concord, Massachusetts. However, modern-day feminists have challenged the novel for just the opposite reason. They criticize its portrayal of traditional gender roles- specifically, the role of women in the home. If you are a collector of banned books, this is one you will want on your library shelf.