The Vanishing Hero: Studies in Novelists of the Twenties
by O'Faolain, Sean
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Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press. 1957 1st ed. 204pp. beige & black cloth 8vo: Good in a generally Good dj [shelf rubbing along bottom edges & corners; some age browning; else a clean, complete & tight copy; dj = p-c; some edge tears; else G] Essays on the work of Evelyn Waugh, Aldous Huxley, Graham Greene, Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Bowen, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and William Faulkner by the prolific Irish writer O’Faolain (1900-91).
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