HOW I TWICE ELOPED. An Indiana Idyll suggested by Abraham Lincoln; elaborated by Catherine Eaves. The only novelette ever sketched by Abraham Lincoln

By: Eaves, Catherine

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The Viking Library. Vol.I. No. 1. On Dedication Page: "With an apology to the shade of ABRAHAM LINCOLN for the transgression of descanting upon his INDIANA IDYLL, this dissertation is dedicated to the bright analyst of his character, HON. MURAT HALSTEAD, by the humble Author. Frontis illustration of Sig Coccia's celebrated Staute: Abraham Lincoln as a youth. Seven Chapters dealing with an "Analysis of Abraham Lincoln's character" with Synosis by Abraham Lincoln at the beginning of each chapter. Chapters include: Idyllic Life; Playmates; Love-sick; Knight-errantry; Elopement and Animal Instinct; Second Elopement and Common Horse-Sense; and Awakening. 88 pp. including Appendix. Illustrated front cover with portrait of Lincoln. Lettering in black and red. Mildly soiled, particularly along spine on both front and back, covers dirty to edges and on back. Spine with mild creases, spine ends are torn. Overall covers are Good+. Some browning along page edges. Interior is tight, clean and Very Good.

Title: HOW I TWICE ELOPED. An Indiana Idyll suggested by Abraham Lincoln; elaborated by Catherine Eaves. The only novelette ever sketched by Abraham Lincoln

Author Name: Eaves, Catherine

Categories: Biographies, American Presidents,

Publisher: Chicago, The Viking Library: 1901

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Abraham Lincoln

Size: Size: Approx. 5 1/4" x 7 3/4"

Seller ID: 004123

Keywords: Abraham Lincoln, Biography