GORDON, CAROLINE. The Strange Children, New York: Cooper Square, 1971. 303 p. Cloth. No dust jacket. Very good. Later printing. Inscribed "To Barbara, on her birthday, with love, Caroline Gordon. The Red House. March 19, 1972." The "Red House" is a well-known early house in Princeton that Caroline Gordon owned and occupied after her divorce from Allen Tate. The recipient was the mother of a friend of Gordon's who lived in a separate section of the house. Bookseller Inventory # 14617
Title: Strange Children
Publication Date: 1971
Payment Methods Accepted by Seller
Check Bank Draft Bank/Wire Transfer
Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA
Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Seller Since February 25, 2000
All material is offered subject to prior sale. Prices are net. Condition is carefully described. Where no condition statement is provided, the item is in very good, collector's condition. Orders shipped within New Jersey will be charged 7% sales tax.
Payment may be made by check, bank draft, or wire transfer; we also accept MasterCard, Visa, and American Express. Recognized institutions can be billed to suit their budgetary needs. Joseph J. Felcone Inc. has been in the antiquarian book business ...[More Information]
Shipment within the continental United States is by USPS Media Mail. The charge is $6.00 for the first book. Please inquire about USPS Priority Mail or UPS delivery. International customers should inquire about shipping options outside the United States.
Store Description: Joseph J. Felcone Inc. has been in the antiquarian book business since 1972. Please visit our website at www.felcone.com for a history of our firm.