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Lummox

Hurst, Fannie

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ISBN 10: 0452263255 / ISBN 13: 9780452263253
Published by Leipzig: Tauchnitz Edition, Vol. 5011, 1931, Leipzig, 1931
Condition: Very Good Soft cover
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Trade Paperback. Very Good/Wraps. Signed by Author. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Signed in red thick ink on the front cover: "To the Miss Bagly, Fannie Hurst". A card is laid in with the same red ink in the author's hand: " Dear Miss Bagly, I haven't forgotten that I promised you a book. This isn't my latest and alas, this edition is also all that Mexico has to offer. Accept it with my regards. Please also convey to the Ambassador and his lady that our visit with them added immeasurably to our stirring Mexican Adventure. Fannie Hurst". Bookseller Inventory # 008663

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Title: Lummox

Publisher: Leipzig: Tauchnitz Edition, Vol. 5011, 1931, Leipzig

Publication Date: 1931

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Wraps

Signed: Signed by Author

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1923. Hurst, an American author, is noted for her sympathetic, sentimental novels including Lummox, Back Street, Imitation of Life and God Must Be Sad. Lummox begins: Nobody quite knew just what Baltic bloods flowed in sullen and alien rivers through Bertha's veins-or cared, might be added. Bertha, least of all. She was five feet, nine and a half, of flat-breasted bigness and her cheekbones were pitched like Norn's. Little tents. There must have been a good smattering of Scandinavian and even a wide streak of western Teutonic, Slav, too. Because unaccountably she found herself knowing the Polish national anthem. Recognized it with her heart as it rattled out of a hurdy-gurdy. In her carpetbag, an outlandish one with a steamship stamp on it, were a bit of Bulgarian embroidery, a runic brooch, a concertina with a punctured bellows and an ikon in imitation mosaic. Old world.

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