A Misunderstanding

Farrell, James T.

Published by New York: House of Books, 1949, 1949
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Unpaginated. This is a very short tale by the author of Studs Lonigan and other works; it's opening sentence is, "Even though they put me here in a lunatic asylum, I know that I'm not crazy." He killed his wife, but. This copy is no. 188 of a limited edition of 300, signed by the author with an inscription. It is a hardcover in olive cloth with gilt titles on the front and spine, fine; no dust jacket. The book is no. 10 of the crown octavos (7 1/2" x 5") published by the House of Books and printed by the Anthoensen Press in Portland, Maine. Bookseller Inventory # 1209KH16

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Title: A Misunderstanding

Publisher: New York: House of Books, 1949

Publication Date: 1949

Binding: Hardcover

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

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