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1 Weller, George Anthony Not to Eat, Not for Love
New York Harrison Smith and Robert Haas 1933 NO 4th printing Hardcover Good 
(no dust jacket) [decent reading copy with moderate wear and light bumping at most corners, slight fraying to cloth at top of spine and one top corner, one-time owner's name at top of ffep; hinges a little tender but holding, gilt lettering rubbed on front cover and almost gone on spine]. This novel takes its title from a journal entry by Ralph Waldo Emerson (quoted as the frontispiece), and has been called (by Arthur Schlesinger) "the best book about undergraduate life at Harvard. The central character lives on Harvard Yard, socializes with Boston debutantes, falls in love, then agonizes over sex and subsequently over marriage. The first of several novels by this author, who was later a noted war correspondent. 
Price: 60.00 USD
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2 Weller, George Anthony Not to Eat, Not for Love
New York Harrison Smith and Robert Haas 1933 First Edition Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj 
[nice copy, very minor wrinkling at top edge of a few pages in the middle of the book, light bumping to bottom corners, slight discoloration to half-title page and facing (verso of ffep) due to laid-in newspaper photo of the author; jacket moderately worn, short and unobtrusive splits (tears) at a couple of the foldover points, a handful of other tiny chips and tears, none a serious detraction from the general attractiveness of the jacket]. This novel takes its title from a journal entry by Ralph Waldo Emerson (quoted as the frontispiece), and has been called (by Arthur Schlesinger) "the best book about undergraduate life at Harvard. The central character lives on Harvard Yard, socializes with Boston debutantes, falls in love, then agonizes over sex and subsequently over marriage. The first of several novels by this author, who was later a noted war correspondent; quite scarce in any sort of decent jacket. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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