New York, Farrar & Rinehart: (c.1938, 1936)
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 16072
Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dj
[good solid copy, light wear to corners, minor soiling and age-toning to page edges, spine very slightly turned, original owner's name and address on front pastedown; jacket moderately worn at edges, lightly soiled, small tears at several corners, minor paper loss at lower rear hinge]. "This is not only the story of two girls and the man they love, but of a small town divided against itself, of a people struggling to free themselves from the feudalism of ex-State Senator Sutton, and the dangerous escapades of the 'fast' younger set, led by Larry Dexter." View More...
[a lovely clean copy, with no significant wear but the very faintest spotting to the bottom page edges (less squinty eyes would call it Fine with nary a pause); jacket lightly soiled at the rear panel, with some light wear and a couple of tiny tears along the top edge, very attractive nonetheless]. "A Panoramic Novel," sayeth the dust jacket -- which is another way of saying that the ever-popular Miss Baldwin (or her publishers) was not above pulling one of the oldest New-York-novelist tricks in the book, that of concocting a stew of "interrelated stories" about a wide array o... View More...