The Three Things: The Forge in Which the Soul of a Man Was Tested

Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews

Published by Little, Brown & Co., 1915
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Tan paper-covered boards with brown backstrip and black letteirng. Rubbing to all edges and tips of corners. Spot of soil to front board. Light scuffing. Previous owner gift inscription to front endpaper dated 1916, previous owner signature to front pastedown, text is otherwise clean and bright, no marks. "The three things were ever subjects of disagreement between Philip Landicutt and his mother, class pride, unbelief in God, race prejudice. His passionate pity for the oppressed and his chivalry led him to the defense of Belgium. In the horrors of war, he lost his class pride, found his God, and came to realize that humanity is greater than races." (from Publishers Weekly, 1915) The book was made into the 1918 silent film "The Unbeliever" directed by Alan Crosland for the Edison Company. It stars Raymond McKee and Marguerite Courtot. Bookseller Inventory # C102415

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Title: The Three Things: The Forge in Which the ...

Publisher: Little, Brown & Co.

Publication Date: 1915

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Edition: First Printing.

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