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1 Brill, Edith New Bed
New York Greenberg: Publisher (c.1934) NO 1st (U.S.) edition Hardcover Good 
(no dust jacket) [reading copy only, considerable general wear, bumping to corners, scrape on fore-edge with resultant gouging to page edges in about half the book, etc.; apparently an ex-rental library book, stamped on ffep with bookshop name (The Boulevard Book Shop, Sherman Oaks, Calif.) and a charming bit of advice ("Please treat me as you would any guest in your home")]. Novel in which a spirited 18-year-old London girl, for some reason or another, enters into a platonic marriage with a dour, puritanical older man, and goes off to live with him in the bleak north country of England. Complications ensue when the husband's cousin, a "madcap musician," comes to stay. The New York Times critic found it "replete with all the faded trappings of a fiction school that should be allowed to rest peacefully and undisturbed in its grave." [Originally published in London, 1931.] 
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