Boston: James R Osgood and Company, 1871.
First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good- with no dust jacket. Item #14318
Light tone, light rub, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; Printed in double column. "About the theater, actresses, and small town gossip." - Lyle H Wright; American Fiction 1851-1875: A Contribution toward a Bibliography; II, 1338. "Something to Do: A Novel (1871) begins as an interesting story of two sisters, Cecilia and Alice Wilding. They are well-educated women who must work for a living and, as they acknowledge, to give meaning to their lives. The Wildings' conversations with each other and with their suitors are lively discussions of women's rights, corrupt politicians, and Darwinism." - Amy Dykeman, Encylopedia**m. First US Edition of the first novel of Canadian-born, American writer C B Jamison. ; 150 pages.