Man Wants But Little

By: Wright, Wilson (pseud. for William Reitzel)

Price: $200.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj

[light shelfwear, spine slightly turned, faint dust-soiling to top of text block; jacket slightly edgeworn and age-toned]. Agrarian novel of sorts, about a young Spanish farmer who emigrates to Cuba, "where the rising wave of a boom-period sweeps him tempestuously into the drama of Cuban life. He answers the confusion of American mines, local politics, sugar boom, and local revolution with a stubborn simplicity." The Time magazine reviewer observed that "sinister echoes of U.S. big business [and] Havana terrorism are felt only in the background of this pastoral tale of Cuban peasantry," also noting that the author had spent a year in Cuba circa 1928, where he "wandered the countryside, spoke the language, watched the people instead of the politicians." A particularly nice example of the scarce and somewhat fragile dust jacket.

Title: Man Wants But Little

Author: Wright, Wilson (pseud. for William Reitzel)

Categories: Fiction: Vintage,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Albert & Charles Boni, Inc.: 1933

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good+ dj

Seller ID: 20139

Keywords: Cuba Havana Farm Life Cuban Revolution