Rose In Bloom
A Sequel to Eight Cousins
by Louisa May Alcott

Preface
As authors may be supposed to know better than anyone else what they intended to do when writing a book, I beg leave to say that there is no moral to this story. Rose is not designed for a model girl, and the Sequel was simply written in fulfillment of a promise, hoping to afford some amusement, and perhaps here and there a helpful hint, to other roses getting ready to bloom.

L. M. Alcott
September 1876
Table Of Contents

   COMING HOME

   OLD FRIENDS WITH NEW FACES

   MISS CAMPBELL

   THORNS AMONG THE ROSES

   PRINCE CHARMING

   POLISHING MAC

   PHEBE

   BREAKERS AHEAD

NEW YEAR'S CALLS

   THE SAD AND SOBER PART

   SMALL TEMPTATIONS

   AT KITTY'S BALL

   BOTH SIDES

   AUNT CLARA'S PLAN

   ALAS FOR CHARLIE!

   GOOD WORKS

   AMONG THE HAYCOCKS

   WHICH WAS IT?

   BEHIND THE FOUNTAIN

   WHAT MAC DID

   HOW PHEBE EARNED HER WELCOME

   SHORT AND SWEET

 


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