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First Edition/First Printing 2005. Pulitzer Prize. Rare first print copy-- a stunning unread and very fine copy signed by Geraldine March on the title page in an equally very fine dustjacket- protected in a Brod Art glassine wrapper. This is Ms. March's Pulitzer Prize winning novel based on the character of "Captain March" from Louisa Alcott's "Little Women"---and used as a vehicle to cover the moral complexity and brutality of war. Ms. Brooks gathered much of her information from notebooks of Bronson Alcott, Louisa May's father--who was friends with Emerson and Thoreau. A very collectable first print signed copy.