Title: The Rib and Adam
Publisher: J. B. Lippicott Company, Philadelphia
Publication Date: 1959
Illustrator: Edward Shenton
Book Condition: Good Plus +
Dust Jacket Condition: Fair
Signed: Inscribed By Author, w/ Sketch
Edition: First Edition
Tan cloth covers have a small illustrated decoration on front cover, over red cloth spine with olive green lettering. Covers have a few small spots of soil, but otherwise very clean. Extremities are slightly dust soiled and rubbed. Spine is bumped and rubbed at head and foot. Inscription on the ffep. as follows, accompanied by a sketch, "For Miriam/ with love/ from/ The Rib (Barbara)/ and Adam (Ed)/ and to make it official/ Edward Shenton/ May 1959." Endpp. are slightly affected by offaet from the d.j., otherwise very clean and tight. D.j. is a bit worn and has been mended with masking tape. Flap folds, spine folds are very rubbed, creased, and chipped. Extremities are worn, including chipping, rubbing, cerasing, and small closed tears. Digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 002972
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