Fine condition 5.5" x 8.5" stapled paperback. 128 pages of dense print. Contents: 1. Preface to first ed. 2. Preface to second ed. 3. Childhood. 4. Youth. 5. Genius. 6. Marriage. 7. Revolt. 8. Utopia. 9. Wandering. 10. Exile. Other items: a) "World's End" impending: notes on the writing of "World's End." b) Lewis Browne reviews "A World To Win" by Upton Sinclair. c) Concerning Lanny Budd by Upton Sinclair: in which the author discusses the growth of his hero. d) Upton Sinclair: Creator of modern life in literature by Irving Stone. e) To solve the German problem--a free state? by Upton Sinclair, from the NY Times, 1943.
First edition. Good: Book shows staining/fading of panels/spine, bumping of panel corners-edges/spine ends. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.
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