The Art of the Possible by Alexandra Stoddard

The Art of the Possible by Alexandra Stoddard


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Alexandra Stoddard is a great author! She's written many books on topics ranging from interior design (her profession) to tea and postcards as well as her many books on self and living a purposeful, graceful life. If you've never heard of her, this book is a great volume to give her writing, wisdom and advice a try! The Art of the Possible, The path from perfectionism to balance and freedom by Alexandra Stoddard. This copy is a first edition hardcover. It is a discarded library edition so there are markings and the dust jacket is covered in the typical clear library binding. The pages with markings are shown in the photos. Copyright 1995, 251 pages. This copy is in good vintage condition aside from the library markings. Please feel free to ask any questions prior to purchase. Happy Reading!

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