Printed wraps. Pagination runs 213-300 plus ads. LACKING most illustrations throughout. A single issue of this noted literary magazine, featuring the first part of 'Death in Venice' by Thomas Mann, as well as work by Bertrand Russell, George Santayana and others. This is the first English language appearance of Mann's story. With art by e.e. cummings (A drawing of Charlie Chaplin) and Jack B. Yeats (Irish Life). All other art called for in the magazine MISSING, cut out by a former owner. POOR condition. Rear wrapper DETACHED but present. Lacking the aforementioned art. Minor soiling, scuffing, staining and creasing to the wraps, a bit heavier to the rear. Minor chipping and and tearing along the extremities. Pencil check mark to the upper front cover. Text block solid with minor toning. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Dial. March 1924. Volume LXXVI Number 3....
Publisher: The Dial Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 1924
Book Condition: Poor
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