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UNCLE REMUS: HIS SONGS AND HIS SAYINGS by  Joel Chandler HARRIS - First Edition - 1881 - from Charles Agvent and


by HARRIS, Joel Chandler

Condition: Clean, tight copy with just a touch of wear to the spine tips and bumped lower corners. Near Fine

New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1881. First Edition. Hardcover. Clean, tight copy with just a touch of wear to the spine tips and bumped lower corners. Near Fine. F. Church and James Moser. Decorated green cloth. BAL 7100: First State; GROLIER AMERICAN HUNDRED 83. Illustrated with 8 plates and text engravings by F. Church and James Moser. Early owner signature dated 7 January 1881 on the front blank.

The dialect, lore, and flavor of black life in the nineteenth-century South is portrayed as it appeared to Georgia-born Joel Chandler Harris in Uncle Remus’s "Legends of the Old Plantation."


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