Title: These 13
Publisher: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, New York
Publication Date: 1931
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Second Printing
358 pp, 8vo. Cloth. Second printing, September, 1931. Ex-lending library, w/ remnants of lg bookplates to pds and stamp to ffep. Edgeworn, scuffed and soiled, spine sunned, corners bumped w/ splits/fraying to cloth. P.o.'s name to fpd, part of dj flap pasted to ffep, lt soil/staining to some pgs. Red marker scribble to foot of one pg, bleed-through to preceding pg. Front hinge split, few center hinges gently split, repaired as possible by seller. Faulkner's first collection of short stories. Bookseller Inventory # 148458
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