The Unvanquished. Drawings By Edward Shenton.

The Unvanquished. Drawings By Edward Shenton.
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New York: Random House, [1938]. 8vo., [vi], [1]-293 pp., title-page printed in black and red with vignette, and seven headpieces. Original gray cloth with vignette stamped in red and dark-blue to upper board, and lettering in red and dark-blue to backstrip, top-edge red, original dust-jacket of similar design. A fine copy in a near fine dust jacket with only the faintest hint of age toning at backstrip. Slipped in is a an article clipped from The New York Times dated Monday, June 4, 1962, “Books of the Times.” First edition. Seven short stories originally published in the Saturday Evening Post, here published for the first time in sequential order. A nice little article about William Faulkner from The New York Times is slipped in. (Item Id: 108680)

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