Titolo: ERIK DORN
Casa editrice: THE MODERN LIBRARY, NY, NY
Data di pubblicazione: 1924
Legatura: FULL LEATHERETTE
Condizione libro: FINE CONDITION
Condizione sovraccoperta: POOR CONDITION
Edizione: LATER PRINTING.
Tipologia articolo: NOVEL
407 + (3 ) PAGES ADS. GREEN SOFT PEBBLED LEATHERETTE COVERS WITH A WELL WORN DUST JACKET. NUMBER 29 IN THE MODERN LIBRARY SERIES. THIS IS A LATER PRINTING OF THE "ERIK DORN" BY THE MODERN LIBRARY AND IS DISTINGUISHED BY THE LACK OF A COPYRIGHT DATE AND 1/2 TITLE PAGE "TO MARIE" BEN HECHT'S FIRST WIFE, MARIE ARMSTRONG. ALSO, THERE ARE ONLY THREE PAGES OF THE MODERN LIBRARY TITLES AT THE END OF THE BOOK. ALL OF THE MODERN EDITION TITLES ARE ALSO PRINTED ON THE INSIDE OF THE DUST JACKET. THE UNCOMMONLY FOUND DUST JACKET IS IN POOR CONDITION WITH A PIECE MISSING FRON RTHE CENTER OF THE SPINE AND SPLITTING OF THE SEAMS AND TEARS AND CHIPPING OF THE SPINE ENDS. THE DUST JACKET IS IN A PROTECTIVE MYLAR WRAPPER. INTRODUCTION BY BURTON RASCOE AND A BLURB ON THE FRONT OF THE DUST JACKET BY BURTON RASCOE. Size: 4 3/8" X 6 1/2". Codice inventario libreria 222037
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