Title Though Time Be Fleet
Book Condition Very Good+ in Very Good dj
Edition First Edition
Publisher Boston/New York Lothrop, Lee & Shepard 1937
Seller ID 8994
(price-clipped) [nice tight copy, minor wear at extremities, light dust-soiling to top edge; jacket shows some wear at edges/corners, a few small tears, minor chipping at top of spine]. "Whatever else it might have been, Marcia Ellsworth's life certainly was not dull. Being born and brought up in a small Middle Western town was not exactly an idea start for a colorful life, but Marcia was a woman of resource and pluck; she had a way of dominating circumstances. Hers is a richly varied career, highlights and shadow, ecstasy and grief, fulfillment and desolation, success and catastrophe. Not only is this an absorbing novel, but it is also a revealing cross- section of American life during the last two eventful decades."
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