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Cargoes for Crusoes

by Overton, Grant

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Appleton / Doran / Little, Brown, September, 1924. Hardbound . 1st Printing. BINDING/CONDITION: bright blue cloth with paper paste-on titles for both front and spine; a faint damp stain affects a portion of the book; Good condition. Includes nine black and white plates. Books on books. Author Grant Overton was a literary critic and editor of fiction at Collier's. Chapter headings include: The knightliness of Philip Gibbs; The Art of Melville Davisson Post; Jeffrey Farnol's Gestes; The Twentieth Century Gothic of Aldous Huxley; Cosmo Hamilton's Unwritten History; That Literary Wander, E V Lucas; A Reasonable View of Michael Arlen; Edith Wharton's Old New York; Mary Johnston's Adventure; and more. small 8vo (about 7.75 inches tall) 416 pages. Indexes.
  • Bookseller: The Bookworm US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 002879
  • Title: Cargoes for Crusoes
  • Author: Overton, Grant
  • Format/binding: Hardbound
  • Book condition: Used
  • Edition: 1st Printing
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Appleton / Doran / Little, Brown
  • Date published: September, 1924


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