Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. The story itself is complete, but the flyleaves front and back and the title page are missing.
A Thorny Path
The pages are legible, though some are stained. The hard covers are stained, and worn at the edges. The endpapers have been used as a notebook, and contain what look like household accounts. This is just on the endpapers, not on the story pages.
A Thorny Path by Hesba Stretton. Victorian novel for children.
Intended as a good read - but also to encourage moral self-improvement in children. Deals with hard family issues, including disability, broken homes and extreme poverty. Hardback edition, published by the Religious Tract Society. Undated, but I would guess it was probably printed in the s or thereabouts. Business seller information. Complete information.
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God is angry with those that go before He calls them Himself, and I was afraid, though I longed to die. What is to become of me? Where am I to go? She was getting excited, and her voice was growing high and shrill.