The Blue Flower
by Henry Van Dyke
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
This book is in good condition. Hardcover. First Edition. This antiquarian book has had a long and illustrious journey through time. Please look at the pictures to ascertain the condition and state of this book. If you have any questions, please ask. Blue cloth boards are worn along edges and corners. Hinges tight. Binding sturdy. The text block and illustrations are crisp and clean. Famous book cover designer Margaret Armstrong designed the cover. 297 pages -
--ABOUT THIS ITEM--
"The Blue Flower" is a story by Henry Van Dyke in 1902. The story is about a young artist named Vannavant, who journeys to find the blue flower that he believes will bring him true happiness and inspiration. Vannavant travels through different landscapes and encounters people who offer him advice and guidance on his quest. Along the way, he meets a young girl named Theodora, who becomes his companion and helps him in his search. As they continue their journey, Vannavant and Theodora face challenges and setbacks, but their perseverance and determination lead them to a beautiful garden where they finally find the blue flower. Vannavant realizes that the flower represents the beauty of nature and the importance of love and friendship, and he returns home as a changed and inspired artist. The story has been interpreted in different ways, with some readers seeing it as a metaphor for the search for artistic inspiration or the pursuit of spiritual enlightenment.
Item Dimensions: 8.0 inches x 5.0 inches
LOC B1 S4