Previous owner's names to FFEP and FPDEP. Red top-stain. Corners lightly bumped and worn through. Age-tanning to soft deckle fore-edge and board edges. Dustjacket fair. A 2.25 x 2" piece of jacket bottom spine missing. Length of jacket spine almost completely torn but held together in mylar covering. Color illustrated jacket front of Genji in Japanese kimono. Label with black lettring affixed to orange cloth spine of blue and white decorative boards. 333 pp. Brief synopsis of the four parts in The Tale of Genji, to rear. Clean, stong binding. Genji has decided to find a husband for his ward Tamakatsura. Yugiri (Genji's son) is still in love with Kumoi (To no Chujo's daughter) ; but To no Chujo is more ambitious on her behalf, and would like to establish her in the Emperor's Palace," (rear page). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: BLUE TROUSERS : BEING THE FOURTH PART OF "...
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Publication Date: 1928
Book Condition: Very Good
Book Description Houghton Mifflin Boston, 1928. First edition US. Blue-patterned paper-covered boards with orange cloth backstrip, black type to paper label to spine. 334 pages. Two faint red marks to upper board. VG. Seller Inventory # 66783
Book Description Houghton Mifflin, 1928. Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Translated by Arthur Waley. Thicker book, orange cloth spine with tiny blue spots at spine bottom half, lightly soiled patch at spine top, blue pattern and decorations to front and back covers, 333 lightly browned heavy pages. Very slight wear to top front tip, microtear to bottom back edge. Entire set of four volumes available. Near Very Good. Seller Inventory # 29863
Book Description George Allen & Unwin Ltd, London, 1928. Translated from the Japanese by Arthur Waley.Reprinted, November 1928.8°, pp. 333 (3). Legatura edit. in tela con tit. oro al dorso e sovrac. Minimi strappi e due piccole mancanze al dorso della sovrac. Minimi strappi al dorso. Seller Inventory # 37856