CRY FOR JUSTICE An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest

Sinclair, Upton, editor; Introduction by Jack London

Published by John C. Winston Company (c1915), 1915
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Title: CRY FOR JUSTICE An Anthology of the ...
Publisher: John C. Winston Company (c1915)
Publication Date: 1915
Binding: Cloth
Illustrator: Black & White Plates
Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket
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Sinclair, Upton, editor; Introduction by Jack London
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Book Description John C. Winston Company (c1915), New York, NY, 1915. Cloth. Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket. Black & White Plates (illustrator). ........ 12mo., 896 pp., cover rubbed, bumped & frayed, page staining, yellowing, rippling The Writings of Philosopher, Poets, Novelists, Social Reformers, and Others WHo Have Voiced the Struggle Against Social Injustice Selected from Twenty-Five Languages Covering a Period of Five Thousand Years. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS268347

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Book Description John C. Winston Company (c1915), New York, NY, 1915. Cloth. Book Condition: G/No Dustjacket. Black & White Plates (illustrator). ........ 12mo., 896 pp., spine faded, front endpaper cut. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS278338

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Sinclair, Upton [Upton Beall Sinclair, Jr.], 1878-1968 (editor). Jack London [John Griffith London], 1876-1916 (Introduction).
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Book Description Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, Publishers, 1915., 1915. Full title - THE CRY FOR JUSTICE; AN ANTHOLOGY OF THE LITERATURE OF SOCIAL PROTEST. THE WRITINGS OF PHILOSOPHERS, POETS, NOVELISTS, SOCIAL REFORMERS, AND OTHERS WHO HAVE VOICED THE STRUGGLE AGAINST SOCIAL INJUSTICE. SELECTED FROM TWENTY-FIVE LANGUAGES, COVERING A PERIOD OF FIVE THOUSAND YEARS. EDITED BY UPTON SINCLAIR . . . WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY JACK LONDON . . . ILLUSTRATED WITH REPRODUCTIONS OF SOCIAL PROTEST IN ART. Presumed first edition (no direct statement provided as was Winston Company's usual practice) being a FAMILY ASSOCIATION COPY INSCRIBED, SIGNED, AND DATED BY UPTON SINCLAIR TO BROTHER-IN-LAW ORMAN KIMBROUGH. 891 pages. Hardcover: H 20.5cm x L 13.75cm. Lacks dust jacket. Handsome dark red cloth with bright gilt stamped lettering to spine and front board, slight scuffing at spine ends, front board's bottom corner bumped, strong shallow ding at rear board's top edge adjacent to spine. Edges toned with foxing spots to top edge. Light toning to endpapers. Author's five-line ink inscription upon the front free endpaper: "To Orman Kimbrough | with the sincere | gratitude of | Upton Sinclair | July 28th, 1915." Some scattered light foxing mostly occurring at margins of plates and/or their adjacent pages; interior pages are otherwise quite clean. Binding is firm. A very good copy. Inscribee Orman Lanier Kimbrough (1884-1949) was the immediate sibling (among a brood of ten children) of Mary Craig Kimbrough Sinclair (1882-1961) who was Upton Sinclair's second wife. Raised in Biloxi and Greenwood, Orman and Mary Craig remained close throughout their lives despite her career as activist and writer with husband Upton primarily in California and Orman's career as a lawyer in Mississippi. Please note that this thick book has an approximate shipping weight of 3 pounds (1.36 kg) and will require additional postage and insurance for any postal class other than domestic Media Mail. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-07713

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